The University will host an open forum for Thomas Crady, candidate for the position of vice president of student services and enrollment management, in the Emeriti Room at 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 11. »
Campus organizations set relief goal of $10,000
**JANUARY 15, 2009**
News that a massive earthquake had devastated Haiti hit too close to home for SVSU students Hansel Vedrine and Wilnic Georges. »
These days, travelers are finding airports synonymous with the security measures inside.
But an attempted terrorist attack on an incoming flight to Detroit may have brought changes in security for some travelers from SVSU. »
In a job market turned ultra competitive by a lousy economy, Shane Stout was once no stranger to rejection.
As a junior in SVSU’s communication program, Stout had big dreams for his future. »
Applications trickle into the housing office as the deadline to apply for next year’s Affinity Housing approaches.
The project began in 2008 in response to growing student interest. Petitioned by the Greek organizations on campus, the Office of Housing and Residential Life saw potential in a program that allowed students to live in communities with other members of organizations in which they were active. They created this community for students by designating a section of Pine Grove to house applicant groups. »
Martin Luther King Jr. Day comes the third Monday every January, but SVSU will host something a little sooner.
SVSU has merged its annual celebration of the civil rights activist with those from other organizations throughout the Great Lakes Bay Region. It’s scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 13. »
Data from the University Police log from August through December 2009. MIP cases include arrests, MIP issues and internal sanctions: »
Every January, all around the world, procrastination addicts go cold turkey.
Dreams become goals, and good intentions vows: on Jan. 1, the gloves come off. »
Deserted streets. Broken-down car. Dead cell phone.
These might be chilling in a horror film. But if you faced them tonight, you might be chilled in another way and find your life at stake. »
When some students head home after the winter semester ends, others will take off to travel the world.
These travelers are set for faculty-led study abroad programs, which have slowly risen in popularity in recent years. These trips present the opportunity to gain credits toward graduation and experience as world travelers in an ever-widening and redefining classroom. »