Many little girls want to be a princess at one point in their lives.
Last weekend, the sisters of SVSU’s chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma helped 70 girls in the Saginaw area fulfill that dream through their event “Princess For a Day.”
This was the sorority’s second time putting on this event and it was for girls aged 3 to 8.
The girls came to SVSU dressed as whichever princess they want to be and spent the afternoon playing games in small groups lead by members of Phi Sigma Sigma.
Vanguard photo | Pakeitha Oldham
SVSU’s chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma held their annual Princess For a Day event on SVSU’s campus, bringing in dozens of young girls for a
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Students in all three of Patricia Kilbourn Haller’s sections of ENGL104 are learning strategies for more than just academic success.
They’re learning ways to be better people and have undertaken a project to communicate what they’ve learned to the campus of Saginaw Valley and beyond.
One of the readings that Haller assigned to her students, “Choosing Civility” by P. M. Forni, identifies 25 rules to use in considerate conduct. These are considered essential in connecting effectively and happily with others.
Forni’s text spurred Haller’s students to action, inspiring them to develop Project Civility.
The project debuted Thursday, Feb. 10. The students set up a table outside of the Marketplace at Doan to promote their messages of considerate conduct.
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The women’s basketball team finished last week going 1-1 against the Grand Valley State University Lakers and the Ferris State University Bulldogs.
The split brings the Lady Cardinals’ record to 13-10 overall and 11-9 in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC). SVSU is ranked fifth in the GLIAC north division.
Saturday’s contest against Ferris State saw the Cards get off a quick start before letting the Bulldogs take control in the second half.
Vanguard photo | Cody Shrader
Senior guard Kristen Greene (No. 20) was second on the team in scoring on Saturday with 14 points. Greene also had three rebounds, four assists and one block while leading the team in minutes played. In the 85-73 loss to the
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If you’re looking for the latest trends in the world of beauty and fashion, one student is able to assist.
Business senior Alexandra Chrzan has been producing videos under the alias of “alleighchrzan23” for nearly two years on her YouTube channel. What started as a simple love for fashion soon morphed into a full-time hobby for Chrzan.
The channel mainly began as a curiosity for Chrzan, who explored many other channels similar to the one she would later create.
Vanguard photo | Logan Mooney
Business senior Alexandra Chrzan has been making videos on her YouTube channel for nearly two years under the alias alleighchrzan23, which is nearly at 1,000 subscribers.
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While winning on the court is always a goal, the SVSU Club Tennis Team has made sportsmanship another important element of its game.
The SVSU Club Tennis Team competed at the 2014 USTA (United States Tennis Association) Midwest Tennis on Campus Championships, hosted at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, late last month. For the first time in school history, SVSU won the bronze bracket of the tournament. The club was also honored with the Midwest Team Sportsmanship Award, an award given out to only one of 32 teams in the tournament.
Sophomore and club president Brandon Mazzola said that the team’s performance on and off the court was key in not only winning the tournament, but being honored with … Read More…