Police briefs are written according to reports from University Police. These indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents. »
University police cover many of the most important aspects of campus security in its annual Security and Fire Safety Report. »
SVSU’s event filled homecoming week concluded on Saturday, Oct. 9, with the homecoming dance.
Homecoming week got off to a great start on Sunday, Oct. 2, with the flag run, and Yell Like Hell, and the NPHC Yard Show which featured six Greek organizations performing for more than 550 students that were in attendance. »
Cardinal Radio is putting SVSU on the radar. This registered student organization is broadcasting live on the SVSU website to all students on campus. »
With elections coming up, both sides of the political spectrum are stressing how important it is to be aware of the people and proposals that will be appearing on the ballot. That is the belief of three county clerks from the Tri-City area who spoke at a conference for women in leadership roles. »
Coming up with an idea to better society could land an SVSU student money enough to give the idea a shot. »
Hundreds of high school students filled the Ryder Center on Tuesday, Oct. 5, for Saginaw’s annual college night.
At the event, there were representatives from 54 colleges, technical schools, and military programs to talk to local high school students about their various offerings. »
The word “Hispanic” encompasses more than the common associations with Mexican heritage.
The true meaning of Hispanic identity was discussed Monday night in the Regional Education Center in a panel discussion entitled, “Defining Hispanic Identity: Rethinking the American Experience”. The event was part of Hispanic Heritage month and open for students and faculty. »
Dunya Mikhail, an Iraqi-American author and poet, told her story Oct. 5 through readings and interpretations of her published work. »