Spring Break is fast approaching, and SVSU's Ryder Center's extended hours of operation are helping students get in shape for the beach. »
Committee of student representatives will work with designers to finalize Cage summer renovations; bank relocation definite
An open meeting was held Wednesday night to discuss what could possibly be done to accommodate the students with the remaining space available in the Cardinal Cage. »
ITS says Daylight Saving Time change will affect some systems
After months of planning and weeks of testing, Information Technology Services is preparing to launch ResNet "Overdrive" over the course of this week and into next. »
During spring break, four groups of SVSU students will give up their week off school to help others in need as part of the Alternative Breaks program. »
Applications for seats in next year's Student Association are available starting today and will be available to all students. The deadline for submission is March 16 at noon in the Student Life Center. Elections will begin April 2 and end April 4. »
Valley Vanguard Editor-in-Chief Jason Wolverton has announced his resignation after two-and-a-half years with the publication.
Wolverton made the announcement during Friday's regularly scheduled Professional Journalistic Practices Committee (PJPC) meeting and cited time conflicts as his reason for stepping down. Wolverton has accepted a full-time position as the editor of the Internet news site MidlandOnline.com where he has worked part-time since December. »
Property damage, more medical calls last week
Wednesday, Feb. 14
- Hit and run car accident in J-2 lot.
- Medical call. Individual reported burn on arm in RFoC.
Thursday, Feb. 15
- Medical call. Individual tripped and fell in Wickes Hall stairway.
- Traffic violation on Fox Drive. Officer stopped when a vehicle was spotted in a snowy ditch. Driver was arrested for driving without a license.
- Roommate difficulties reported in First Year Suites.
- Breaking and entering in University Village. Prescription drugs taken. Incident is still under investigation.
- Larceny of money and shoes from Ryder Center.
Students looking to better their leadership skills converged on Curtiss Hall this weeekend to participate in Seeking Alliances through Leadership and Diversity, or SALAD. »
Students had a chance to sharpen their gambling skills and win prizes at Casino Night, the latest program put on by the University Residence Association and Valley Nights. »
New four-way stop on campus
There is a new four-way stop on campus. It is located at the outlet of Wickes Circle Drive and College Drive. »
1.17 percent of student body has signed up for Michigan organ donor program as part of 'Challenge'
For the past two weeks, the Student Life Center has given SVSU students the opportunity to participate in the Gift of Life University Challenge registry. The challenge is an annucal competition between several of Michigan's colleges to see who can get the most students signed up to become organ donors. SVSU has participated in this competition for the past two years. »
The Disney College Program will be recruiting students to participate in its semester-long internship this fall on Thursday, March 1. The presentation is open to all students. »
The University Police held an open forum on Tuesday and no students attended, but the department doesn't see that as a bad thing. »
Last October, 34 volunteers helped secure the tarp coverings of two greenhouses located between SVSU's campus and North Michigan Avenue. And although both greenhouses have outwardly appeared complete ever since, their interior assembly has been an ongoing project that is just now nearing completion. »