The “regular” flu shot is gaining popularity while many await availability of the H1N1 influenza vaccine.
Students and faculty received “regular” flu vaccinations on campus last week as the season rages on.
The H1N1 influenza pandemic prompted President Obama to declare a national emergency Saturday as the country fights to stay healthy. »
All stories in this issue
- H.W. Brands brings times of crisis lecture to SVSU
- Homeless realization hits home
- Involvement in politics up despite ‘Rights’ panel turnout
- Nursing demand should hold
- Electronic textbooks not a hot seller yet
- Police briefs
- New initiative to offer commuters involvement opportunities
- Interns get inside look at criminal system
- Remembering Katrina with film, activists
- Writers pen their way past final drafts at open mic night
- Professors needing new approach write own course textbooks
Photos from this issue
Five panelists held an open forum Thursday night to answer questions about campus-affecting political issues. Here, Student Association President Ryan Kanine, left, and Speaker of the House Becky Griffin listen in.
Students Cassie Lalla (right) and Eric Maher (left) hone their nursing skills by working on “Sim Man” in SVSU’s Clinical Simulation and Learning Resources Laboratory while Robin Wildman (back right) records her assessment. The simulation lab creates a lifelike setting for students to practice outside the clinical setting.