Two Cardinals put their mouths to the test in the OíNeil Arena on Saturday during the 15th annual Sigma Pi games. The fraternity hosts the games to raise money for local causes. The $700 raised this year went to the Mid Michigan Childrenís Museum in Saginaw. Throughout the gamesí history, the fraternity has raised more than $35,000 for organizations, including the Salvation Army and United Way. »
The results are in and surveys say SVSU is going strong with enrollment and student satisfaction.
At the Board of Control meeting Monday, Student Services and Enrollment management released the results from the Official Enrollment Report for Winter 2010, as well as the results from the Student Satisfaction surveys that were distributed in the fall. »
Allie Seager wants commuters to know that, in the university experience, going to class can be just the beginning.
The nursing freshman, along with the four other members of the Student Commuter Board, signed papers two weeks ago to start a registered student organization for commuter interests. With the help of Eltaro Hooper, assistant director of the Student Life Center, the group is drafting a constitution and bylaws to bring the RSO to campus this winter. »
If you walk into Living Center South, itís hard to miss the large hydroponic system affectionately known as the SECS machine. »
Every year, students can study in a different country for a lower cost or in some cases for free.
Most students donít know about SVSUís sister schools. Stephanie Sieggreen, assistant director of international education study abroad coordinator, said that the study abroad office prefers to call them exchange programs. »
Police briefs are written according to reports from University Police. These indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents. »
Annual cancer research fundraiser to kick off
ē The annual Relay for Life fundraiser with the American Cancer Society will kick off at 10 p.m. Monday in the Student Activity Room. Those interested in helping may also attend a meeting Monday, Feb. 22, in the Unity Room. »
The secret to good writing is at a desk on the libraryís third floor.
And for the past five years, the Robert S. P. Yien First Year Writing Awards have been given to students who could figure out that secret for themselves. On Thursday, the Roberta Allen Reading Room had nearly every seat filled with friends and family of this yearís eight winners. »
If thereís a better excuse than the
Student Associationís Winter Formal
to get dressed up, share a meal with
a date and get down on a dance floor
that glistens with spilt beer in the
glow of flashing disco lights, SVSU
students havenít heard it. »
One of the most hotly debated topics in the workforce today is the issue of gender equality. Some say that women are making progress in the workplace, yet others say women have a long way to go. »
Cardinal Radio has its sights on one day leaving the nest.
SVSUís Web-based music station broadcasts online to students and staff on campus, but its goal is to be available to anyone in the world. »