Before 10 o’clock even hit, students filled the hall outside the Student Activities Room in anticipation for comedian Dean Edwards on Wednesday. »
When Kathleen Straus was a student at Hunter College in New York City, textbooks for a semester totaled about $4, but not because she scoured the Internet for a great deal. The virtual trade of textbooks was still a few decades in the making. »
The word tenure has a long history in the realm of higher education.
The concept, conceived in the Feudal Ages, first applied to a person who held land in exchange for a service they provided. Its application in schools began at Harvard University as early as the 1700s. The word itself comes from Latin root tenere, meaning, “to hold.” »
You may have seen him at basketball games, theater performances or even at campus bake sales, but don’t let that fool you. A quick glance at SVSU President Eric Gilbertson’s schedule could humble even the busiest college student. »
An average of 4,030 vehicles park on campus during a normal school day, according to Joyce Payne, parking and student employment service coordinator. »
As state legislatures seek to finalize a budget, SVSU students can count on tuition to rise.
“It’s only a matter of how much,” SVSU President Eric Gilbertson said Friday, following a hearing on campus of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Higher Education. »
“With man gone, will there be hope for gorilla? With gorilla gone, will there be hope for man?”
That quote will serve as the slogan for a new group on campus. Members call themselves the Friends of Ishmael. »
Plans to remodel Lot E may open 500 new parking spaces, according to reports at the President’s Forum on Monday, Feb. 15. »
February may be nearing its close, but Black History Month at SVSU isn’t over yet.
Among the events remaining are »