By Kayla Williamson Every morning, Chief Information Officer Chris Blackstone runs a report that pulls a list of all email accounts that have forwarding rules set up. He then looks at the name of each email account that is forwarded for any clue it might be a fake email. “The challenge with all this is that it’s kind of like a dam that’s cracking and trying to put your finger in the holes,” Blackstone said. “It’s kindRead more
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By Kayla Williamson Over the summer, the Information Services team launched a $1 million project to overhaul Spring Arbor University’s (SAU) Wi-Fi network. Completely funded by the Information Services budget, this network rebuild replaces every Wi-Fi box on campus and more than doubles the number of access points on campus. This means Wi-Fi signals should range farther and be stronger across campus. The dorms’ boxes have already beenRead more
By Nathaniel Salsbury The Department of Biology and Chemistry upgraded one of its labs in Whiteman-Gibbs over the summer to create a more modern environment thanks to donors and a grant. Spring Arbor University (SAU) decided a renovation was needed because Whiteman-Gibbs was built nearly 50 years ago. “The facilities are older than I would like and so I’m rejoicing that we have aRead more
By Elise Emmert
This is an extended version of our interview with Richard Harris and Catherine Galloway, the newly-elected SGA President and Vice President.
By Alex Anhalt
It is time for housing applications again at Spring Arbor University (SAU)
By Makana Geppert
“Chartwells, the meal service provider at Spring Arbor University (SAU) recently invited all students to participate in a focus group to survey students’ feelings about their food.”
By Celeste Fendt
With the general election less than a month away, now is an important time for registered voters to consider how they plan on submitting their votes.
By Heather Clark
Oct. 1 marked the opening of Spring Arbor University’s (SAU) new undergraduate nursing lab.
By Emily Spencer
Ganton Art Gallery is hosting Spring Arbor University’s (SAU) first Alumni Graphic Design Show.
By Heather Clark
Radio host Al Kresta visited SAU to discuss the dangers of loving a material world.