By Jasmine Harper The traveling exhibit “What We Carried: Fragments and Memories from Iraq and Syria” opened in […]
By Kaelyn Hale The second-hand shopping industry reached a record high of $24 billion in 2018. Sales have […]
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 […]
By Caralyn Geyer Three judges, two poems, one microphone. What’s at stake? Two movie tickets to the Jackson […]
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.
Caitlin Stout, class of 2017, grew up in Jackson and first learned about SAU through her church.
By Nathan Salsbury On December 4, a group of five faculty members from various schools in the region […]
By Kayla Williamson and Hannah Shimanek It started with a girl her son brought home. It should have ended with a Facebook post. But that was […]