75.7 F
University Center
Monday, August 14, 2017


Cardinal Talks Extended allows leaders to shed light on experiences

“If you are a leader, you should never forget that everyone needs encouragement. And everyone who receives it – young or old, successful or...

Ming Chuan University excited to begin ‘Chinese Corner’ events

The Ming Chuan University on SVSU’s campus is offering free Chinese culture and language classes, available to all students and staff. The classes will...

KTE works to break the silence of domestic violence

Thirty percent of Americans say they know a woman who has been physically abused by her husband or boyfriend in the past year. This...

SVSU men’s soccer tops Tiffin in matchup of top GLIAC teams

After starting the GLIAC season 0-2, the SVSU men’s soccer team is back on top of the conference following its sixth straight win, as...

Cards Party captivates again

Every fall semester, students can anticipate free entry into the Cards Party, a gathering of local businesses and on-campus organizations reaching out to the...

Five shot at party in Campus Village

A celebration of SVSU’s Axe Bowl win Saturday night turned to chaos about 2 a.m. Sunday morning as 16 shots were fired during an...

Men’s soccer off to 2-0 start after weekend games

The SVSU men’s soccer team began their season 2-0 for the third consecutive year this past weekend. After a 2-1 win over Lewis University...

Women’s soccer opens the season 2-0 after wins against Cedarville, Lewis.

The SVSU women’s soccer team took full advantage of their season opening weekend, defeating both Cedarville University and Lewis University, to begin the season...

Football falls in season opener 37-19

SVSU kicked off the 2016 campaign with a trip to Findlay on Saturday night. Their trip ended in defeat, falling to the Oilers 37-19. Head...

Cardinal volleyball splits season’s first weekend

This weekend, the SVSU volleyball team traveled to the golden coast to play in the Point Loma Invitational in San Diego, California. The team...