A few more freshmen moved their belongings into their dorms this fall than they had in previous years. This year's on-campus freshmen population is at an all-time high of 1,029 students living in the First Year Suites, Living Center North, and most of Living Center South. In all, the number of residents living on campus this fall is up to 2,202. »
When Director of Admissions Jim Dwyer came to SVSU in 1980 the University was only 30 percent of its current size and only a few scholarships were being awarded. »
19-year-old incoming freshman 'knew what she wanted out of life'
Erica LaMay was barely old enough to vote when she opened her 401(k) plan, complete with savings from her part-time Abercrombie & Fitch and Citizens Bank of Saginaw jobs. »
Saginaw's City Council may undergo a major roster change this November: SVSU alumnus Dennis Woods is running for a seat, and hopes to change the way the council works. »
"Angels in America," a play put on by SVSU faculty and students of the theatre department recently won the Community Pride Award at the Sixth Annual Oscar Wilde Awards in Detroit. It was awarded in light of the play continuing on in the midst of heavy opposition to the play's content. »
Students fill up on coffee, tea, and local music
Wednesday, Sept. 5, marked the start of this year's Coffeehouse Series. The Coffeehouse Series is a twice-monthly event hosted by Program Board where students can lounge in the Cardinal Cage and watch local talent perform. »
Breaking and entering, burglary reported
Thursday, August 23
- Breaking and entering alarm in Zahnow Library.
- Department assist. Vechicle accident on Bay and Kochville Rds. One individual was injured in the collision. »
Judge to give lecture
Judge Leopold Borrello will deliver the 2007 James E. O'Neill Jr. Memorial Lecture at SVSU on Thursday, September 20 at 7 p.m. in the Malcolm Field Theatre for Performing Arts. His talk is titled "The Man, the Educator, the Legislator: A Tribute to James E. O'Neill." »