Each morning, just after 7, Ty Carson leaves his home in Pinconning and boards a Bay Metro bus bound for SVSU. »
Regardless of the economy, students are still building debt. What’s changing is the way debt accumulates.
According to recent studies, SVSU parents are borrowing more to pay for their children’s education. »
Gov. Jennifer Granholm plans to tour the state during the next two weeks, visiting college campuses to address the unfunded Michigan Promise Scholarship. Among her scheduled stops — Saginaw Valley State University. »
For Lisa Maroni, international relations senior, a semester in the Middle East was the only way to fly.
That might seem an unlikely destination for an American student, given the common U.S. news reports of violence in certain areas. »
Students put their networking skills to the test Tuesday at “Don’t Drunk Dial HR.”
The presentation in the Rhea Miller Recital Hall gave tips on how to approach the job search. (In this instance, “drunk dialing” involves calling someone without knowing what you will say or even what you want.) »
• Two males were arrested and taken to jail Sunday, Nov. 8, after they tried running from police officers. »
• SVSU’s Student Association hosted a Student Association of Michigan conference Saturday to plan a proposal to take to a student rally in Lansing tentatively planned for late March or early April. »
Picture sitting in London for a Shakespearean play, or awaking to the sunrise atop the Great Wall of China.
These are the joys SVSU students can have when attending faculty-led study abroad trips. »
Four-year college undergraduates are becoming an endangered species.
National statistics reveal that more than 70 percent of college students pursuing a bachelor degree now take five or more years to do so. »
Students lined the halls outside the Real Food on Campus cafeteria Nov. 10 to get a taste of something new. »
Most college students have experienced some difficulty learning. But what happens when you need help you can’t find in the classroom? »