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The Lawrence Technological University Student Government is recognized by the University administration as the official representative for the entire student body. It offers the opportunity for students to better themselves and their University through involvement in campus activities. All interested students are encouraged to attend meetings and express their views.
StuGov actively endorses all Lawrence Tech clubs and organizations that are beneficial to personal and scholastic achievement. The Student Administration consists of a president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary, who are elected in a spring campus-wide election.
Members of the Student Senate include official representatives from each recognized student organization and four senators-at-large. (All full time enrolled students can run for office as a senator) Senators are the only voting members at Student Government meetings. All business concerning the Student Government is brought before the Student Senate for approval.
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The Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) has tabulated the coaches’ votes, and several basketball players from Lawrence Technological University have been recognized for excellence on and off the court. The LTU men’s basketball team picked up two awards, while the Lady Blue Devils earned five.
Lawrence Tech’s first foray into Canada to compete in the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race (GNCTR) proved to be memorable as the rookie team brought home three awards and the bragging rights as the world’s second fastest concrete toboggan.
The Lawrence Tech Women’s Basketball Team set a school record for most points in a game with the 116-87 victory over Madonna University at LTU’s Ridler Field House on Feb. 19.
The Texas-based Flatlands Dance Theatre will perform “Ordinary Wars,” which explores the personal experiences of American women, on Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. in the Mary E. Marburger Science and Engineering Auditorium in LTU’s Science Building.
When it comes to potholes, help is on the way, thanks to modern road construction technology. That’s the word from Nishantha Bandara, assistant professor of civil engineering at Lawrence Technological University.
Lawrence Technological University (LTU) has surpassed the $100 million mark in its “Proud Heritage, Bold Future” capital campaign, and construction is scheduled to begin in the fall on the first phase of the A. Alfred Taubman Engineering, Life Sciences and Architecture Complex (TELSA).