Police briefs are written according to reports from University Police. These indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents. »
During this time of the semester, many students are feeling the pressure of papers and presentations, not to mention preparation for finals week. »
For some students, registering for classes can be a nailbiting, heart-pounding competition.
It’s no secret that by the time most students can register, many of the required courses are already filled. Freshman take an especial hit, because their turn comes last. »
Projected renovations may open up new space for student life activities, said President Eric Gilbertson at the President’s Forum on Thursday. »
Susie Serbus has been wearing a button that says, “Ask me about O.T.”
That’s because throughout April — Occupational Therapy month — the graduate student and her classmates are promoting awareness of their field of study. »
Basketball fundraiser to support scholarship honoring memory of SVSU student
• Saginaw Valley State University will host its fourth annual fundraiser for the scholarship honoring Abou Traore, a beloved student whose spirit of service has endured after his death in a 2007 accident. »
“You get a degree, but where it takes you, you’ll never know,” said Jim Dwyer, assistant vice president for student services. »
On Thursday, April 22, the Green Cardinal Initiative along with other student organizations will be hosting Earth Day events, starting at 2 p.m. in the Rotunda. »
Hundreds of elementary school students were in for a cultural treat Thursday.
SVSU’s Passport to the World event gave 360 local children a chance to experience the many cultures of the international students of SVSU. And in exchange, the exchange students could practice their English. »
Sociology freshman Scott Merrow’s bills are now paid, thanks to the money he won at the 13th annual Writing Awards Reception held Tuesday. »
Program Board voted unanimously Wednesday to elect John Reno to his second term as the organization’s president. The electrical engineering junior joins the nine other student executive board chairs to bring new events and speakers to campus this fall. »