For the week of March 29, 2004
From the 6th floor
|A few rainy days can sure make a difference on snow levels. As you can see from the photo on the left, we're down to not much white and a whole lot of brown. Not all that attractive to look at. The photo on the right, taken out the window across the hall shows that there is no reportable ice in the harbor. Some areas of shoreline do still have some floating chunks of ice, but that, too, has greatly decreased over the past week. Not necessarily the prettiest time of the year in the UP but it is a sign of spring. And for that, I know I'm glad.|
New president hopes to visit campus in April
Wong says he is moving to Marquette for warmer weather. Not too many people
can say that. NMU's 13th president is coming from North Dakota, so the
move to the UP is to a warmer environment.
was appointed NMU President last Wednesday following a unanimous vote
by the NMU Board of Trustees.
Tickets to go on sale Monday, April 12th for Lions events
You'll want to make sure you're available Friday, May 21st to check out the Detroit Lions Headquarters and Training Facility with head coach Steve Mariucci '77.
Coach Mariucci is offering Wildcats a rare opportunity inside the home of the Lions in Allen Park, MI.
Details are still being worked out, but make sure you Save The Date!
Tickets will go
on sale Monday, April 12th at 9:00 a.m.
Space is limited****Purchase your ticket early****No tickets will be sold at the door.
Tickets will be made available online and by phone.
To get on the list
for an email invitation, drop us your
Marquette County to receive Livable Community designation
for Livable Communities will announce this decade's America's Most Livable
Communities at a National Press Club awards ceremony and press conference
on April 20. At that press conference, Marquette County will be recognized
as one of American's Most Livable Communities.
America's Most Livable Communities is a project of Partners for Livable Communities, a national non-profit organization working to restore and renew America's communities. For nearly three years, the Lake Superior Community Partnership in cooperation with the Marquette Community Foundation have worked with PLC in its Creative City program. By working with PLC staff and consultants, the Marquette County community was able to play a role in identifying priorities, learn more about branding and created a countywide marketing plan in conjunction with a PLC marketing consultant.
Look for special coverage in USA Today later this week.
Fraternity story makes national magazine
Remember the great
story about Don Kromer and Lambda Chi Alpha?
(If you didn't read
the original story, it's not too late to check it out:
The touching story is this month's cover story in Cross & Crescent, the Lambda Chi Alpha national magazine.
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