We hate to beat a dead horse, but it seems every time the University has apparently stopped growing, more actions are taken to keep expanding and improving SVSU. »
Throughout this school year, SVSU's Student Association has taken praiseworthy action time and time again, ranging from alcohol abuse awareness to the Battle of the Valleys. Add another to the list, as a resolution sponsored by President Armen Hratchian amended SA's 2004-2005 budget to essentially give each representative $1,000 to use as they see fit. As simple and fun as that may sound, the importance of it was underlined thoroughly. »
Successful Iraqi elections yesterday only a start
I wish we could have a "greatest day in the history of this country." Well, kinda.
The United States of America, of course, has had several "greatest days." But there hasn't been something like what Mowaffak al-Rubaie was referring to when he said the above quote to CNN. And I'll admit it we finally did something right in Iraq. »
Every once in a while when roaming the campus premises, you hear a student talking or complaining about something in regards to the University the way things are run, or other ideas on what could be done to make SVSU better. Sometimes I overhear these ideas and think, "Man that's a great idea!" but usually, those who come up with them never pursue them further or take action on them; instead, they leave it as an idea. »
There is an old proverb that ponders the question, "If a tree falls in the woods, and no one is around, does it still make a sound?" »
I have lived in the City of Saginaw for about a year now and must confess that the first 12 months have been reminiscent of The Beverly Hillbillies. Now, it wasn't as if I was eating raccoon and swimming in my "cement pond," but certainly there were a few changes I needed to get accustomed to. »