Read senior Elizabeth Pruitt’s final farewell to the SAU community.
SAU recently started a new student run radio station, 89.3 The Arbor, which focuses on sharing the story of SAU through student broadcasters and Christian music.
College students are not immune from being diagnosed with a chronic illness, and I, like many other students, had to learn that the hard way.
The SAU Admissions Team has joined TikTok and is creating fun videos to get high schoolers interested in attending the university.
The Big Brain Time Podcast, started by a few SAU students, semi-seriously debates frivolous topics, such as pineapple on pizza, the morality of the campus squirrels, and if cyclops wink or blink.
Each May, millions of twenty-somethings are thrust into the real world, but for the class of 2020, they were thrust into a world shut down by COVID-19. How did SAU’s Class of 2020 handle it?
After weeks of keeping the virus at a low rate, Spring Arbor University has seen an influx of positive COVID-19 cases since early October, which numbers reaching up to 29 students testing positive and 172 people in quarantine.