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.
The University of Oxford in England is one of the top universities in the world. Journey Joslin, an SAU student, has the privilege of completing her 2021 spring semester at this prestigious university. Today, Joslin tells us about her experiences studying abroad in Oxford and how she is both commemorating and sharing her stories with others through her blog.
Junior Visual Communication major Lily Bauman finds beauty in everything. When her digital influence course required her to pick a sustainable interest to promote online, Bauman said she knew right away that she would choose photography. Bauman created a photography Instagram account and developed a website to showcase her work.
In-person chapel is canceled, face-to-face interaction is limited, and the stress of this school year is finally catching up to us. What we need now more than ever is a connection to the Spirit and fellowship with other Christ-followers. Here are several Bible studies available on campus to help you get your Jesus fix.
Senior Communication Studies major Brandon Durnell offers goal-setting advice and accountability.
Fifth year super senior Emily Smith has an important story to tell. She transferred around to several different colleges before eventually landing at SAU. As a Communication Studies major, Smith is writing a blog about her personal struggles and triumphs for her Digital Influence course.
COVID-19 affects all aspects of our everyday lives, including our mental health. Carrie Dashner, SAU’s Director of Counseling Services, explains the impact of COVID-19, offers advice, and details opportunities available to students on campus.