SVSU official clears up rumors about Pine Grove snake incident in spring
Wouldn't it be exciting if a rampant snake infestation occurred in Pine Grove Apartments? Apparently a few SVSU students thought so, and what began as a minor snake incident grew unrealistically during retellings. Students with little factual knowledge of the events in Pine Grove have passed along the story until the current version, recently printed in the Vanguard, bears little resemblance to the actual events. »
Student counseling center to sponsor numerous assault-awareness related displays and events
"After students are made aware [of sexual assault], prevention can begin," says 21-year-old junior, Kristi Hunt, who made reference to a statistic in the most recent National Crime Victimization Survey: one in every four college women have been victimized by sexual assault. »
Student Association has a new president. Program Board has an old one.
Jeremiah Stanghini and Crystal Dillard both came away victorious in last week's presidential elections. Stanghini will be taking over for the graduating Andy Suszek as SA president, while Dillard will continue to head Program Board for her second consecutive year. »
Steven Orlowsky might be blind, but he sure has a vision for a trilogy of his own mystery-based fiction novels. »
Top employers will make an appearance on SVSU's campus this month, taking part in an Employment and Networking Fair.
According to Mike Major, assistant director of Career Placement and Planning, this year's Employment and Networking Fair will host some of "the most successful organizations from the region and the nation." Some of these will include Apple Mountain, Flint City Police Department, Saginaw Spirit Hockey Team, and NBC 25. »
Local bands seek campus exposure, community support
SVSU is home to many creative and artistically gifted students. Whether it is through Cardinal Sins, the art department or otherwise, all of these students are given several outlets for their creativity. »
SVSU students perform at Program Board's soon-to-be monthly music and open-mic event
Plagued with cancellations and small crowds in the past, Program Board held their final installment of this semester's Coffee House Series with a standing-room only crowd and a packed list of performers. »
In the midst of recent University-wide elections, the University Residence Association held internal elections for their executive board.
Over the course of two weeks, URA elected six members to the six board positions. »