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    • Innovative and topical theatre springs onto LSSU arts center stage

      March, 28 2015

      LSSU's theater department presents Dead Man's Cell Phone, a metaphorical play about how we memorialize the dead. Performances run on the Arts Center stage March 27-29, with Friday and Saturday shows at 7:30 p.m. and a Sunday matinee at 2:30 p.m. PERFORMANCE TONIGHT!

    • LSSU presents 14th annual Environmental Summit on March 27-28

      March, 27 2015

      Find out how the St. Mary's River and region are being conserved and protected, how you can help, and ways that you can enjoy the river during the 14th annual Environmental Summit. New this year, LSSU senior Josie Fegan and the Sault Tribe Community Health Program will present the Health and Harvest Fair.

    • Border Crossing to host public launch party for fourth volume

      March, 26 2015

      Everyone is welcome when the staff and contributors of LSSU's literary journal Border Crossing celebrate the release of its fourth volume. Join them 7 p.m., March 31, at Bayliss Public Library.

    • Nursing students, LSSU Foundation spearhead emergency fund boost

      March, 25 2015

      Seniors Joy Rath and Abbie Bates' efforts to help a fellow student with expenses after a family loss leads to a broader effort to boost existing and proposed grants for student emergencies.

    • LSSU continues 45-year tradition of burning snowman to welcome spring

      March, 23 2015

      Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Mayor Tony Bosbous, left, joined Lake Superior State University President Tom Pleger on March 23 in torching a 12-foot effigy during LSSU’s 45th annual burning of a paper snowman on to welcome spring. The tradition, an LSSU staple since 1971, takes its inspiration from the Rose Sunday Festival in Weinheim-en-der-Bergstrasse, Germany, and featured the English Club faculty and students reading poetry and leading the crowd in seasonal songs. NOW WITH UPDATED PHOTOS, MEDIA REPORTS, including March 25 report by the Weather Channel!

    • School of Nursing hosts health night for Chippewa County 4H kids and families

      March, 20 2015

      Kids and families from the MSUE Chippewa County 4-H chapter were guests of LSSU’s School of Nursing for activities that, among many other things, explored the basics of health awareness and reduced the anxiety of dealing with health care professionals.

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