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.
The Big Brain Time Podcast, started by a few SAU students, semi-seriously debates frivolous topics, such as pineapple on pizza, the morality of the campus squirrels, and if cyclops wink or blink.
The jazz band, choir, and concert band are classes that rely on blowing or singing and they are experiencing many changes.
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?
Gainey and Lowell students will dress up in theme related outfits for Spirit Week this Oct 25 to Oct 31.
On October 14th, the Spanish Club hosted a dance to get students out of their dorms and get them moving.
Be sure to stay updated as each issue of The Pulse will include local and online discounts offered to college students for restaurants, activities, clothing, and even Christmas shopping ideas.
After weeks of keeping the virus at a low rate, Spring Arbor University has seen an influx of positive COVID-19 cases since early October, which numbers reaching up to 29 students testing positive and 172 people in quarantine.
Campus Vote Project stated the new generation has a lower voting rate because they miss the deadline or lack information.