By Heather Clark
Radio host Al Kresta visited SAU to discuss the dangers of loving a material world.
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By Carly Thompson
Director of Campus Safety Scott Krebill announced a new $50 fee for parking permits this year.
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You may have already seen Joey Dearduff (JD) and Alessandra Varelis’s (AV) interview in the current issue of “The Pulse” (go and pick up a copy if you haven’t yet!). Here a couple of extra questions that didn’t make it past the editing and cutting down process. The Pulse (TP): What are some of the main goals you want toRead more
You might not have noticed it, or ever thought anything of it. But when driving on Interstate 94 heading towards Spring Arbor, it’s almost impossible to miss certain billboards that advertise peculiar services. Bold yellow and pink letters over a solid black background promote an Oriental Health Massage parlor. While seemingly innocent enough, the strange part comes further down theRead more
Wir laden Sie ein, Deutsch zu entdecken! (We invite you to discover German!) A recent addition to Spring Arbor University’s World Languages Department is Deutsch club (or German club) led by Prof. Kim Bowen, which was officially recognized last semester. Students can look for the German flag outside Ada’s Kitchen (in Poling Lobby) on Tuesdays at 11:30 a.m. to practiceRead more
SPRING ARBOR, Mich.—Spring Arbor university art students have 42 works displayed in the Small College Invitational Art Exhibition that opened February 8 in the Ganton Art Gallery. The exhibition includes Spring Arbor University, Sienna Heights University, Hillsdale College and Cedarville University. Spring Arbor University students won the award in the painting, sculpture, graphic design and drawing/printmaking categories. A Sienna HeightsRead more
Around 9:00am on Monday morning, students at Spring Arbor University (SAU) received an email explaining that because of a bomb threat at the Spring Arbor Free Methodist Church (SAFMC), Chapel had been cancelled. Early in the morning, SAU students reported seeing caution tape and police vehicles in the SAFMC parking lot. Damon Seacott, Chief of Staff at SAU, said, “OurRead more
Facts: Spring Arbor University (SAU) has laid off 21 full-time staff members in the wake of a five percent budget cut due to decreased enrollment. In addition to the 21 full-time positions, several open positions will also not be refilled and some current positions have had hours reduced. Ellis said over the last five years there was a 10 percentRead more