Thursday night in the Rotunda, Verlillan Daugherty discovered a new interest in social science while chatting with sociology professor Robert Thaler, a talk the nursing freshman described as her first casual interaction with a faculty member. »
Moot Court teams end inaugural season with successes at regional competition in Ohio
Before this fall, SVSU never had students compete in Moot Court. When the school’s two pioneer teams went to the regional competition in Ohio two weeks ago, they had the same modest goal — beat one other team. »
Several SVSU graduates who teach English in South Korea were recently exposed to an event that made international headlines.
On Tuesday, Nov. 23, the island of Yeonpyeong was bombed by North Korea. Eighteen people were injured and four were killed, including marines and civilians. The attack marks the first direct military assault on South Korea since 1953 when an armistice halted the Korean War. »
Snowflakes in the air signal the start of a new season – one that taxes cars more than any other. Between the abrasive salt, the way the cold drains batteries, and the threat of liquids freezing, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. »
Student Association has kept busy this semester by staying involved on campus and in the community.
Julie Boon, president of SA, said that the organization has had a good semester and is proud of SVSU students. »
Police briefs are written according to reports from University Police. These indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents. »
A star was born at the Models Inc. showcase last Monday night.
The top four members of Models Inc. had the opportunity to strut their stuff at the showcase. The theme of the night was high-fashion celebrity nightlife. »
A white elephant gift exchange, Christmas-themed snacks, board games and a game of Ninja were just some of the things students could find at the Standing in the Gap Christmas party. »
On Tuesday, Nov. 30, some students realized they didn’t have to be theater majors to stand out. They just needed to join the frozen flash mob. »
TALL Readers are spreading the importance of literacy in the community.
TALL Readers stands for Teaching All to be Life Long Readers, an RSO that recently has started up again. »