Bottle bombs, suicidal person, vehicle impounds
Tuesday, April 10
- Personal injury in Office of International Programs. Individual had two staples in finger.
- Vehicle impound in bookstore parking lot for unpaid parking tickets. »
The Student Technology Center, located on the second floor of Zahnow Library, has been open for about five years. Though it offers a wide variety of creative tutoring for multimedia presentations and projects, and even loans out equipment, some students don't even know what it is. »
Student Association recently passed a resolution which will allow it to appoint representatives in the fall, rather than hold schoolwide elections. »
"Expect something that you've never heard before," promises Cardinal Broadcasting Association President and communication senior Charles Moser. He hopes the CBA organization will give SVSU its first on-campus Internet radio station. »
At this weekend's Relay for Life, hundreds of people ascended on SVSU's campus and raised $27,000 toward cancer research.
For more than 20 years, the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life has raised money to work toward finding a cure for cancer. This year marks SVSU's fourth year of participation. »
Tuesday, April 10
Saturday afternoon Sigma Pi hosted the twelfth annual Pi Games. The events were in and around the Ryder Center. The event was held to raise money in benefit of The Salvation Army, Sigma Pi's sponsor, and ran from 1 p.m. until about 6:30 p.m in the Ryder Center. »
Political science senior Christine Macey worked in the state capitol as an intern for the U.S. House of Representatives last summer. Now she is moving to the nation's capital for the "internship of her dreams." »
Many students are aware that the Ryder Center made a decision to expand its hours of operation during the last semester. »
Valley Nights teamed up with Program Board to bring comedians Jay Black and Jen Kober to SVSU. The two performed for students in the Multi-Purpose Room on Saturday night. »
Matt Kiley used to walk by the Alumni Lounge his freshman year and see a group of Christian students singing songs and raising their hands in reverence to God. »