Police briefs are written according to reports from University Police. These indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents. »
As he lay on his couch with a knife to his wrist, Michael Rocha knew he had a problem.
“I really felt I couldn’t talk to anyone about what I was feeling,” Rocha said. “I thought if my friends found out, they’d make fun of me or leave me.” »
The RFoC was alive Wednesday with soul, tradition and the smells of home cooking.
That day, the cafeteria hosted the annual Black History Month’s Taste of Soul and offered Southern delicacies from three local chefs and recipes from SVSU staff members, allowing the campus community to experience some of their homecooked traditions. »
As spring break approaches, some look forward to a week of relaxing. But about 50 volunteers will spend that week around the world working with social issues. »
Students returned last week with awards from the North American Model United Nations’ 25th annual conference at the University of Toronto. »
With the winter semester almost halfway done, student organizations are reviewing their budgets and preparing for next year. The Program Board is no exception. »
Pop trio Salt-n-Pepa might have had its heyday, but one group on campus recently took its hit single’s advice:
“Let’s talk about sex.” »
The typical college fundraiser involves moderately priced baked goods or T-shirts that make sexual innuendos out of lacrosse equipment. Only one fundraiser involves a long-haired, bearded man clad in orange camouflage pants and a long-sleeved Bob Marley shirt. »
Purple signs have dotted the courtyard, and Relay for Life is quickly approaching.
Last year, the American Cancer Society event raised upwards of $48,000 for cancer research. This year, the Relay committee is challenging the SVSU population to raise more than $50,000. »
Grocery store shelves stocked with Cadbury eggs and snow melting from the ground — that combo can only mean one thing: spring break. »
After students finish their final exams, many may pause their learning for the summer. Korey Force will travel to Mexico to research a massacre from more than 40 years ago. »
As the economy continues to challenge families across the nation, one group sometimes overlooked is college students. While tuition increases and higher education funding decreases, many SVSU students have turned toward other resources to pay for college. One such resource is scholarships. »