In today's super-competitive job market, a bachelor's degree is often not good enough for students to land high-paying jobs. More and more, students are electing to continue their education in order to open up more opportunities. »
Some mid-Michigan retailers report they have witnessed a slump in profits over the Thanksgiving weekend.
This is different from the rest of the country according to a survey conducted by the National Retail Federation, which says most other areas throughout the United States experienced a significant increase in sales. »
The Program Board-sponsored Coffeehouse series returns, this time in the new Starbucks
The classic combination of coffee and live, local music in a cozy shop has returned once again to SVSU through the reinstallation of the Program Board-sponsored Coffeehouse series. »
As the holidays draw nearer, there is still plenty of time for members of the SVSU community to help those less fortunate by adopting families through the United Way. »
Campus intruder invades Townhomes
An SVSU student woke up early on Nov. 18 and found an uninvited guest exposing himself in her bedroom. This incident occurred in the Cardinal Townhomes early in the morning and is the latest in a series of unlawful entries. »
Program Board has elected Stephanie Mudel as their third president of the semester.
After a low-attendance concert caused budget problems earlier in the semester, Program Board began to have internal changes. First, Crystal Dillard resigned as president, having a few members also follow in that resignation. Next, new member Shane Williamson took over as interim-president, but only for a month until Stephanie Mudel was named the new leader of the organization. »