The Ryder Center was buzzing Tuesday as the American League champion Detroit Tigers made a stop at SVSU as a part of their annual statewide Tigers caravan tour. Tigers fans were given the opportunity to see many of their favorite players up close and hear them talk about a few of their favorite moments from last seasons memorable run to the World Series. »
Independent investigation suggests substance was a false alarm
Officials have determined that a white powdery substance found on the second floor of Curtiss Hall in late November was a glucose-based substance - most likely the fiber supplement Metamucil or a powdered sports drink. »
The start of the Winter 2007 semester marked the beginning of the expanded hours in the Ryder Center and Fitness Center. »
University police are still investigating a rash of breaking and enterings that occurred in residential housing last semester.
In early December, the University issued an alert stating that an unknown subject entered several resident hall rooms without permission. »
"What happens to a dream deferred?"
This question was posed with suggested resolutions to an audience of 350 people at a banquet in Curtiss Hall last Wednesday. The event was one of several at SVSU aimed at celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The evening's keynote speaker, Dr. Manning Marable, a professor of history, political science and policy at Columbia University, conveyed the message "Vision 2007: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and His Vision of Multicultural Democracy." »
Rash of campus larcenies reported
Tuesday, Dec. 5
- Two cases of breaking & entering and one case of a suspicious situation in Living Center South.
- Breaking & entering in First Year Suites.
ResNet users frustrated with slow downloads, choppy games, and sluggish Web browsing will have access to faster connections this semester - for a price. »
The next big musical act to play at SVSU will be decided soon.
Program Board is currently working with a middle agent and will look to select a performer for its year-end concert within the next couple of weeks. The decision will be based on several factors, including cost and the availability of both the act and the Ryder Center facilities. »
While some students were relaxing Friday night, others were getting tips on how to become a better salsa dancer as Valley Nights and the Hispanic Interest Student Organization sponsored a Cardinal Carnival in the Multi-Purpose Room. »
Fire up the optical scanners: Kochville Township voters will soon be facing a special election - again - on Tuesday, May 8 to fill a vacant seat on its five-seat Board of Trustees. »