SVSU biology lecturer Mandy Ross continues to share her love of fitness with students despite the COVID-19 outbreak. Ross teaches Turbo Kick, PiYo and Insanity Live, among other courses, at the Ryder […]
An SVSU student was recently awarded for his work as a residential assistant. Jarod Morse, a biology junior, won Student Staff Member of the Year from the Great Lakes Affiliate of College […]
Learn about all the different ways you can walk and do yoga. We’ll coordinate better next time – promise. Abby Lawson: Yoga I am absolutely not flexible. I do not love traditional […]
Click on photos to enlarge. Grocery store photos taken by Nicole Vogelpohl. SVSU photos taken by Kaitlyn Farley.
Below are the latest updates on how COVID-19 affects SVSU students.
The Pride Center, SVSU’s LGBT+ resource center, is looking for a graduate student to provide leadership for the fall semester. Lucy Mercier, former Pride Center director and master of social work program […]
Provost Deborah Huntley sent out an email March 19 stating that students can decide to go pass/no-credit or graded for the winter semester. Undergraduate students will be able to chose which courses […]
Vanguard readers sent us questions after SVSU decided to move online-only for the rest of the semester. We met with J.J. Boehm, the interim executive director of University Communications, to answer reader […]
A March 18 email from SVSU Housing indicated that SVSU will begin offering pro-rated refunds to students who move out before April 19. The email stated that Housing and Dining Services will […]
SVSU students are signing a petition asking administrators to allow students to elect whether they want their courses for the semester to be pass/fail or graded. Pass/fail grading, opposed to receiving a […]