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    • Sault High alums keep the future bright for local students

      August, 17 2014

      Each year, the LSSU Foundation sends out an appeal to Sault High and Loretto (Catholic) High alumni who may be interested in supporting this very special fund. Each year, the fund receives up to $10,000 in donations.

    • 12th annual Lakerpalooza is set for Aug. 22

      August, 15 2014

      Community groups and businesses are invited to meet new LSSU students at the 12th annual Lakerpalooza on Aug. 23. The annual information and resource fair welcomes new students to the community while showing what is available to them here in the twin-Saults.

    • LSSU responds to MDE superintendent concerns about charter schools

      August, 13 2014

      LSSU is dedicated to offering high quality educational experiences both on and off campus and is working with the state superintendent's office to alleviate its concerns.

    • NEW! Aug. 13 TV story - Shaoxing University students get the Lake Superior experience

      August, 12 2014

      Seven medical and nursing students from Shaoxing University, LSSU's partner university in China, are in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., for a summer program that offers glimpses into American health services and culture. See the Aug. 13 television news story!

    • LSSU receives largest gift, biggest single bequest in its history

      August, 11 2014

      In establishing the scholarship, the late Sault Ste. Marie resident Larry Regan Smart and his family requested that the amount of the gift remain confidential, but LSSU Foundation staff say it will help an incredible number of students in the coming years.

    • European Frog-Bit invades the EUP

      August, 6 2014

      Lake Superior State technicians have found that the invasive alien water plant in Raber Bay in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Biologists hope public education, some strategic pulling, and a yet-to-be-determined herbicide will curb the plant's impact on the Great Lakes region.

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