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?
Meet Merry Castle, one of the staff writers of SAU’s student newspaper “The Pulse”.
Whether you are planning to to keep with the traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating, participating in a trunk-or-treat, or, or holding a small gathering at your house, we can all agree that Halloween 2020 is still about the children and everyone is committed to making it a memorable one.
The SAU cheer team has welcomed Jessica Dowling as the new head coach. She has big plans for her team and the SAU cheer organization.
Caralyn Geyer As a senior that would have “graduated” last week, I look back fondly on my time […]
By Sarah Williams During Spring Arbor University’s (SAU) spring break, SAU students went on mission trips to Guatemala, […]
By Kaylee Clayton Until 2018, the United States shipped roughly 7 million tons of plastic to China each […]
By Libby Koziarski After 34 years of teaching, Dr. Jonathan Bruce Brown, Spring Arbor University’s (SAU) music department […]
By Caralyn Geyer On Thursday, February 1, 10 students dodged punches and blocked kicks as they attended the newly […]
A worn green armchair sits in the corner surrounded by shelves of encyclopedias, devotionals and Biblical commentaries. Papers, reading glasses, three used mugs and a ping pong ball are scattered on a desk across from it.