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Sigma Rho Cow

Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Societies, Sigma Rho Cow [What appears to be a papier mache cow may be this fraternity's mascot?]

Scanned: May 11, 2010


MTU - International Club

Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Societies, Persons Members of the International Club discuss the final plans for Cosmopolitan Night, a public program to be held in the Memorial Union Ballroom at Michigan Tech. From left are Helmuth Berger, Shashi Sha, Satish Aurora, Nitu Patolia and Sumber Mehta. [Members of the club stand in front of a large map of the world.]

Scanned: October 10, 2007


Sigma Rho Fraternity

Societies, Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Forty years ago, when the institution was known as the Michigan School of Mines, a group of men linked together by the bond of school fellowship and interest in the same profession founded Sigma Rho fraternity. Since that time, it has become national and in addition to being the oldest fraternity on the campus, it is the oldest mining, metallurgical and geological engineering fraternity in the United States. [Photo of the Sigma Rho Fraternity House, as it was in 1934.]

Scanned: July 3, 2012


Mining Club A.I.M.E.

Societies, Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, The Mining Club, a branch of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, was organized in the winter of 1930, so that mining students might hear men of experience in mining work and might discuss and demonstrate modern methods. Membership is limited to the mining and geological students at present of twenty four. It meets every other week in the club house if conditions permit. During the past year a new program was put into effect. Every other meeting was a business meeting, which included a discussion by the student members of some interesting topic. At the other sessions an outside speaker discussed with the club members some engineering subject of interest to both the guest speaker and the club. A member of the Mining club need not also be a student associate member of technical magazines and papers published by the Instutute concerning mining in all its phases. Upon graduation the student association may obtain a junior membership in the A.I.M.E. [Photo shows a group shot of the 1934 Mining Club]

Scanned: July 3, 2012


Clubs - Michigan Tech Ski Club

Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Persons, Societies Michigan Tech Ski Club. First Row: Officers, Pres. Kelly Moyan, V.P. Alpine David Spotyar, VP X-C Todd Schlefer, VP Rec Rop Montomery, Tres Alice Schaub, Sec Gary Lindberg. [Group photo of the 1984 Michigan Tech Ski Club]

Scanned: April 6, 2012


MTU Accounting Club and Business Ad Club

Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Persons, Societies Accounting Club - Row 1: S. Tidwell, B. Ponga, M. Stein, J. Christophersen. G. Baroni. Row 2: W. Atwood, E. Larche, R. Glanville, G. Turnquist, W. McCauley, J. Feira. Business Ad Club - Row 1: A. LaHaye, D. Hostrop, J. Masini, M. Verville, J. Kirkeszner. Row 2: G. Hall, E. Kuhary, L. LaHaye, D. Wilson, B. Farrant. Row 3: T. Smith, J. Reckoela, P. Kaine, D. Becher, J. Davison, R. Bentley.

Scanned: September 29, 2009


MTU Accounting Club

Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Persons, Societies The Accounting Club, organized in 1955, supplements the class work of accounting students with practical observations and experience. Pictured, left to right: seated: Lloyd Doney - treasurer, George Turnquist - secretary, Richard Glanville - president, Don Johnson - vice president, Hugh Makens - reporter. Row 2: Robert Chynoweth, Carl Niska, Laurence Hempton, George Somnitz, Samuel Bernard, Richard Payne, James Schram.

Scanned: September 29, 2009


MTU Accounting Club and Society for the Advancement of Management

Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Persons, Societies Accounting Club promotes accounting and supplements class work with practical applications observed during field trips to well-known accounting firms. The Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) creates an effective medium for the exchange of information on the problems confronting students preparing to go into business. [Please see comment section for a list of members of each group.]

Scanned: September 30, 2009


MTU Accounting Club

Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Persons, Societies Accounting Club, Row 1: J. Slattery, S. Tidwell, J. Richard, R. Piiparinen, J. Lukonich, J. Brack, Pres., K. Rowbotton, G. Switeer, T. Korpi, L. Morgan, R. Marcell. Row 2: R. Smith, J. Grenfell, D. Banfield, E. Robinson, R. Ferrando, J. Grasseschi, G. Pintar, J. Telschow, C. Neff, M. Sloan, D. Robinson. Row 3: D. Govednik, J. Soczek, W. Kivi, H. Johnson, J. Gourlie, J. Stroup, P. Sopsich, K. Gervais, J. Makinen, T. LaFleur, N. McLean, J. Good.

Scanned: September 29, 2009


MTU Business Club

Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Persons, Societies Michigan Tech Business Club - Row 1: E. Robinson, E. Elliott, Pres.; S. Otis, G. Pinter, J. Makens, R. Chandler, T. Joley. Row 2: D. Lauts, R. Hailala, J. Klass, R. Marcell, R. Johnson, S. ChoCkalingam, R. Sullwan, B. McClintoch. Row 3: C. Neff, O. Kingsbury, J. MacBride, D. Condon, B. Steinmeier, B. Frick, D. Johnson, M. Mahajan, R. LaBarre. The Business Club is a new organization on the Tech campus dedicated to the furtherance of student interest in current business issues.

Scanned: September 29, 2009