Proposal 2 supporters, opponents spar over ban on preferential treatment
The question of whether or not to amend the constitution banning affirmative action in public education, hiring, and contracting brought together opposing sides Tuesday in the Regional Education Center's Alan W. Ott Auditorium. »
Since beginning the overhaul of SVSU's Web site this spring, the staff behind the redesign and restructuring of the University's online identity has been refining appearance and functionality. »
A Student Association-sponsored panel discussion on eminent domain - the expropriation of private property by the state - was held Tuesday night in the Malcolm Field Theatre for Performing Arts. »
Paper honored with 23 awards for print, online content
The Michigan Press Association recently named the Valley Vanguard the best college newspaper in Division II competition.
The Vanguard took home a total of 23 awards including nine first-place finishes in categories ranging from news and sports stories to design and photography. The competition considered work from the 2005-2006 school year. »
Museum hopes to raise $15,000
The Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum held its annual fund-raiser Friday night under the theme "Saints, Sinners & Spatzle."
Held in the Arbury Fine Arts Center, the event featured a silent auction to raise money to fund programs at the museum with over 40 artists donating nutcracker or music box-themed pieces to auction off. »
Health benefits of spirituality to be discussed in lecture
Dow visiting scholar Dr. Harold Koenig will be presenting "Spirituality in Patient Care" Thursday, Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Rhea Miller Recital Hall. »
Friday, Sept. 29
- Criminal sexual conduct complaint in First Year Suites.
- Three MIPs issued in University Village.
- Tires slashed on a total of 13 vehicles in residential parking lots J-3 and J-4.
- Individual found driving without a license during traffic stop at College and University drives.
Dow Visiting Scholar Stephen Prothero lectured on his book American Jesus: How the Son of God Became a National Icon to a large crowd in the Rhea Miller Recital Hall last Monday. »
Science and its place in society was the topic of chemistry professor Deborah Huntley's lecture, entitled "Disturbing the Equilibrium: The Interplay of Science and Society," which took place Thursday in Founders Hall. »