By Caralyn Geyer For college students, it can be typical to wonder, “How in the world did I […]
By Kayla Williamson Across from the President’s office and past three cubicles lies the office of a Texan […]
By Luke Richardson and Emily Spencer Finding out some of our professors went to Spring Arbor University (SAU) as college students […]
By Collin Caroland
“If you were to throw a rock at a group of 10 college students, the odds are good you would hit one of the eight students who has changed or will change their major, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.”
By Celeste Fendt
The Halloween celebration we know today can be traced back over 2000 years to the ancient Celtic festival Samhain.
By Carly Thompson
Adventures on my semester abroad
Ever wonder how the school makes money and where tuition money goes? President Ellis answers all your questions.
Ever wondered why there’s a 30,000 lbs rock at the front front of the school? Or how these donors discovered Spring Arbor when some of them are not alumni? President Brent Ellis explains the stories behind each facility.
By Amber Cekander
The Pulse had an opportunity to participate in a national conference call about the annual Our Ocean conference.
Three Spring Arbor University (SAU) students decided to let their roommates pick their outfits for this week. Naturally, […]