Police briefs are written according to reports from University Police. These indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents. »
Mind your own beeswax.
Or at least that’s what Joseph Shlien — beekeeper extraordinaire — is recruiting students to do, because all around the world, the food-pollinating insects are dying at an alarming rate. »
Students crammed into the Rhea Miller Recital Hall on Wednesday, March 31, to see TLC star Amy Roloff speak about overcoming disabilities. »
If you asked around, you probably wouldn’t find anyone with “philosopher” as a line on a résumé.
Schools around the country are dropping philosophy and similar majors from their offerings, blaming lack of interest and limited job options. »
“Food Inc.” film to be shown
• SVSU will host a showing of the Academy Award–nominated film “Food, Inc.” in Wickes 115 at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 7. »
Many people get a boost from their iPods when they exercise. A team of electrical engineering seniors is working to give the boost back to its iPods. »
SVSU hosted its third annual Special Olympics in the Ryder Center on Thursday, April 1.
More than 330 students ages 8 and older came to SVSU from around the Saginaw area to participate in the athletics, which ranged from running and throwing events to wheelchair races to the aquatic competitions, which were new to the games this year. »
“Cameras don’t solve crimes,” said Chief Ron Trepkowski. “People do.”
On campus, many incidents happen that, in the police briefs, are labeled as still requiring further investigation. »
With an idea that arrived during a conversation at Starbucks, three students have started a new publication for the political science department. »
Lectures, textbooks and exams are out of the question for Gary Clark’s Marketing 331 class.
Instead, these students learn advertising principles through real life experience. »
Chatroulette is a new social networking Web site — sort of.
When users log on to Chatroulette.com, the site randomly pairs them up with a stranger anywhere in the world for a live video chat. If a person gets paired with someone they don’t want to talk to, the user has the option to hit a “next” button, and be re-paired with someone else automatically. »