Police briefs are written according to reports from University Police. These indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents. »
A person can wake up early on a Saturday to good things, such as a good breakfast, good friends and maybe even a good job. What drove me out of bed Saturday was a good cause, the Barefoot Olympics hosted by the TOMS Shoes Club. »
Sometimes, once is just not enough.
English and creative writing majors gathered to hear about the benefits of a second, advanced degree, as well as potential sacrifices necessary to continue their education. »
Knowing your career options is essential to planning your undergraduate studies.
When 14 Michigan health science organizations attended the Health Sciences Job Fair last week, students had the chance to obtain information on those options. »
For 103 SVSU students and faculty members, saving a life came down to a cheek swab at the Bone Marrow Registry. »
Scheduling classes can be time consuming and stressful. President Eric Gilbertson assured students that the university is doing the best it can to help alleviate that stress. »
For more than ten years, the Physical Education Club has stayed active on campus.
The club was revamped in 2000 by Ann-Catherine Sullivan, an education professor and the group’s faculty adviser. She allowed for more than just physical education majors to join, which in turn allowed more than 270 members to stay energetic in promoting physical education and wellness in the community. »
Students drew lessons from the lives of two African-Americans who were instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement.
Kenneth Jolly, an associate professor of history, presented his ideas and research about Marcus Garvey and William Sherrill in his lecture entitled “By Our Own Strength: William Sherrill and the Politics of Black Self-Determinism.” »
If you’re looking to expand your knowledge and interest in programming and computers, the Computer Science and Information Systems department at SVSU has you covered with its new computer tutoring program. »