Here are six tips to help you survive finals week and prioritize your mental health.
On April 17, SAU’s Women in Leadership Conference returned to campus after being canceled last year due to COVID-19. The event, which is open to women of all ages and backgrounds, is designed to help women fulfill their potential as leaders by allowing them to listen to speakers, attend educational workshops and network with other women. This year’s theme was Legacy of Light.
PorchFest 2021 is quickly approaching. This longstanding campus tradition, the comic event formerly organized by the late Ormston Hall, will be hosted by Andrews Hall on Wednesday, May 5, from 7-9 pm on the plaza.
SAU’s Spiritual Life Department is hosting a Spring Cleaning Clothing Drive and needs students to donate gently used clothing items through Monday, April 12th.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Starting this week, Spring Arbor University is hosting three events to spark conversations and educate students about this important topic.
Erin Scroggs, the SGA Director of Events, shares what students can expect.
Spring Arbor University is once again hosting its annual Focus Series event.
Jenna Spek, the Resident Director of Lowell Hall, shares what Women’s History Month means to her.
SGA President Clifford and Vice President Douma share their goals for the next school year.
February is Black History Month. This annual month-long observance is an opportunity for all of us to celebrate and acknowledge the achievements of African Americans. Here at SAU, Australia Smith, the Lead Intercultural Advisor for the Office of Intercultural Relations, tells us what Black History Month means to her and the ways we can celebrate it on campus.