Dan Schudlich Interview – MTU Winter Carnival 2019 February 6–9, 2019

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Houghton, Michigan – Todd Pazz interviewed Dan Schudlich, president of Blue Key National Honor Society at Michigan Technological University,  to talk about his organization’s involvement in the annual Winter Carnival 2019 with biggest focus this week between February 6–9, 2019.  Originally a one-night circus-like show called Ice Carnival starting in 1922, Winter Carnival has become a multi-week celebration for the entire community. Blue Key assumed the responsibilities for running the carnival in 1934, and it has grown ever since.

“Known for huge, intricate snow statues around campus and the community, Carnival also brings Huskies together to compete in broom-ball, comedy skits, human ice bowling, and a queen coronation.”

Listen:

Among the events discussed:

    • Ice Statues
    • Beards Contest (started in December)
    • Winter Carnival Stage Revue with MC Collin Moulton
    • SnoBall Crash Course
  • Broomball
  • Winter Carnival All-Nighter Party
  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Curling
  • Speed Skating
  • Winter Carnival Karaoke
  • Downhill Skiing
  • Winter Carnival Snowmobile Freestyle Show
  • Human Dog Sled Races
  • Ice Bowling
  • Snoccer
  • Ice Skating
  • Film Board Presents Ralph Breaks the Internet
  • Ice Mass with St. Albert the Great Ice Chapel on the Lawn
  • Snow Volleyball
  • X-Games Snowmobile Freestyle Show
  • Snowboarding
  • Tug of War
  • Winter Carnival Queen & Miss Congeniality Contest
  • Winter Carnival Comedian 2019 Jaboukie Young-White
  • Ice Mass and Chili Feed
  • Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides
  • Torchlight Parade and Fireworks
  • So much more — Read About MTU Winter Carnival 2019
  • Detailed Events Listing: https://www.mtu.edu/carnival/2019/
Dan Schudlich Interview - Winter Carnival 2019 February 6–9, 2019

Dan Schudlich Interview – Winter Carnival 2019 February 6–9, 2019

 

 

 

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