Students will be raising money for the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital during SVSU's third-annual "Up 'til Dawn" letter-writing party next Monday from 6 p.m. until midnight in the Multi-Purpose Room. »
Detroit student faces six years in prison on multiple offenses; says police and council members overreacted
An SVSU student who made headlines for being tasered during a struggle at a Saginaw City Council meeting after refusing to remove his hat is telling his side of an unusual series of events that has left him facing criminal charges that could result in several years in prison. »
The second President's forum of the semester was sparsely attended, as a few students, some administrative deputies, and President Gilbertson gathered to discuss some of the goings-on about campus. »
New Bay Road electronic sign, Wickes student services remodel on horizon
Renovations to the baseball and softball fields are approximately 75 percent complete, University officials say.
Construction workers are currently pouring concrete for the $890,000 project that will add new dugouts and bleachers to both fields, says Director of Engineering Services Gerald Stuart. Stuart says the project, which began in mid-September, is on schedule and should be completed for the beginning of the season. »
The University recently completed a biannual parking survey that indicates there is sufficient parking on campus for both commuters and residents. »
Drama fraternity Alpha Psi Omega held its annual "Fall Ball" Friday in the Alumni Lounge as both an organizational fundraiser and food drive, as those who brought canned goods received a discount on admission. »
Traveling exhibit of racist imagery accompanied by lecture
Racism was the theme of a lecture given by Dr. David Pilgrim as part of the "Hateful Things" traveling exhibition on Tuesday. »
Student art exhibit cancelled
SVSU fine arts majors Paolo Pedini, Erno Klajo, and Dee Howell had planned to present an art exhibit last Friday night at the Resurrected Vintage shop on Court Street in Saginaw. »
Sunday, Nov. 12
- Vandalism reported in University Village. Side mirrors broken off a vehicle.
Monday, Nov. 13
- Personal injury in RFoC. A Dining Services worker suffered a shoulder injury.
- Damage to vehicle in J-1 lot. Lugnuts removed from a vehicle.
"A Christmas Carol: Marley's Redemption" will be performed in the Malcolm Field Theatre for Performing Arts beginning Dec. 1.
The story was originally written by Charles Dickens in the 19th century about a cold-spirited old man named Ebenezer Scrooge who has no Christmas spirit. Scrooge is visited by his old deceased partner, Jacob Marley, and later by three more spirits that help Scrooge redeem his good heart. »
Traditional foods from 16 different countries were available in the RFoC last Tuesday during lunch hour at the International Food Festival. The festival was put on by the International Student's Club and sponsored by the ISC and TCF bank. »