Flair bartending competition features participants from all over country
Your mother always told you not to play with your food. But she never said anything about drinks.
The first ever "Midwest Showdown" took place Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Shooters of Saginaw, featuring over a dozen of the country's best bartenders battling one another in a flair bartending competition for cash prizes. The competition was presented by local company Flair-Tec, owned and operated by SVSU marketing major Ryan Stokes. »
New director brings only pieces of J.K. Rowling's fourth installment to the big screen, cuts the rest
Anyone who has ever doubted the quality and merit of sequels need only look to the Harry Potter franchise to see that sequels are not always rubbish. Of course, since these movies are based upon the books by J.K. Rowling, the storylines are already perfected well before the movie is even considered. »
Dr. Nathan Garrelts, an associate professor of English at SVSU, is a devoted video game player. Unlike many button-pushing fans, however, he has made a career out of studying a field with yearly revenue rivaling that of the movie business. »
Drums majors Amanda King and Dustin Mallory led the SVSU Cardinal Marching Band in their 30th Annual Indoor Concert on Monday, Nov. 21 in the Performing Arts Theatre. »
It's difficult to put a label on System of a Down. Are they remnants of the late 90s nu-metal fad that included such forgettable bands as Limp Bizkit and Deftones? Or are they an Armenian-rock band? Or are they sociopolitical rock in the vein of Rage Against the Machine or Tool? »