Opened in 1970, the village is comprised of four "towers" with nine rooms each, for a total of 288 beds. It is co-ed by unit and has 36 suites consisting of four bedrooms, a commons area and a bathroom. The towers are named after Albert Senter, Ernest Kemp, Stephen Youngs and Raymond Chelberg, all charter faculty members of LSSU.
Lake Superior State University
Automation of Brake-Rotors Sand-Cores Manufacturing Process
2004 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition:
ASME Manufacturing Engineering Division