Student organizations, administration work together to make 'safe' tailgating environment
University officials reported no major problems during tailgating Saturday, two weeks after incidents during the Sept. 9 game against Gannon led to discussion of possible changes. »
The University Police Department is urging students to keep an eye on their bicycles after a rash of bike thefts across campus. »
Dr. Malcolm Field was on hand Thursday for the dedication of SVSU's performing arts theatre, which bears his name.
He used the event to give a lecture from the O'Neill Lecture Series entitled "The Quest for a Cure," placing attention on his work, rather then on himself. The "Cure" which Field and his colleagues are researching is for a form of brain cancer called Glioblastoma Multiforme. It is a tumor that grows in the brain and is often fatal. »
Laughter filled the Multi-Purpose Room Thursday night as comedian Bernie McGrenahan kicked off the Homecoming events with his Happy Hour Comedy routine. »
As Ben Lanning dresses in his army fatigues, he casually mentions that he was being shot at the last time he wore them. And while most would be surprised at the nonchalant manner in which he discusses putting his life on the line, it doesn't take long to recognize that he tells most his stories this way. His truck exploding in Beiji, Iraq, being awarded the Purple Heart and Bronze Star Medal - all told with the same sense of duty. For Lanning, it was just about doing his job. »
A Study Abroad Fair was held last Thursday in the Alumni Lounge, where information on 20 fall and 14 spring/summer programs was made available to students. »
Concert to be held in Founders Hall
Flutee, the professional artists-in-residence flute quartet at SVSU, will present "Flutee: For the Birds!" on Sunday, Oct. 1. The concert begins at 4 p.m. in Founders Hall. »
Wednesday, Sept. 13
- Theft of student art from Arbury Fine Arts Center.
Thursday, Sept. 14
- Traffic accident in E-lot.
- Individual reported disturbing the peace in the Ryder Center.
- Theft of key from Ryder Center.
- Suspicious person near Living Center North.
President Eric R. Gilbertson and a number of University staff and students were present for the first President's Open Forum of the year last Tuesday. Discussion ranged from tailgating to pathway lighting to recycling bins and bike racks. »
Information Technology Services has been working on two projects over the course of the past couple of weeks - one of which has operated relatively under the radar and the other of which everyone seems to know about. »
Homecoming and Student Association online elections will be held Tuesday through Friday this week.
Students can go online (voting.svsu.edu) beginning tomorrow at 8 a.m. to elect this year's Homecoming king and queen as well as five new SA representatives. In order to vote, students will need to log in to the system using their regular user name and password. »