SVSU's Model United Nations is witnessing some downtime this winter due to a lack of Model U.N. national gatherings. But, this doesn't mean SVSU students involved in the program can don Hawaiian shirts and start drinking cocktails just yet. »
Five pop icons have captured the heart of Rebecca Kimble, elementary education senior, since she was 12 years old. With the long-awaited reunion of Baby, Posh, Sporty, Ginger, and Scary, she may finally have her chance to meet her idols, the Spice Girls. Kimble is trying to use as many media outlets as are available, including local news sources and the popular social networking site Facebook, to spread the word that she wants to meet the Spice Girls. »
Patricia J. Williams says she fears race and gender are taking center stage in the Democratic presidential primaries.
The James L. Dohr Professor of Law at Columbia University School of Law made the issue her primary focus in her speech Wednesday during a banquet in Curtiss Hall. »
The recent enactment of SVSU's new smoking policy has produced many reactions among smokers and non-smokers alike on campus.
The policy, which began Jan. 1, prohibits smokers from lighting up any place except for in designated parking lots. The former policy prohibited smoking only in areas 25 feet from campus buildings. »
She could be sitting right next to you in your psychology class; he could be across the cafe from you at Starbucks. Scattered throughout classrooms and around campus are the few students that society defines as non-traditional. »