Life tossed James Peoples a curveball at the age of 3, when he was diagnosed with cancer. Now the SVSU baseball team is helping him swing back.
Developing the cover of a magazine is never an easy task. Here is the story behind the latest cover of Reflections.
Scott Carmona and his family made a name for themselves as entrepreneurs and philanthropists. Now that name will be associated with SVSU’s business education.
One year after the tragic death of Evan Willman, a tight-knit group of students honored their fallen friend, and a university granted his mother’s wish.
A sense of fatherly duty led John Leonard to mentor his daughter’s high school robotics team. Inspiration kept him in the role long after her graduation.
At Garber Nissan — and in life — Marquis Evans knows the value of a fast start.
As SVSU and Garber Management Group become more engaged with the community,
both are discovering commonalities leading them to share resources and join forces.
Leaders say a $25M expansion project at SVSU is more than an investment in the business college. It’s a shot in the arm for the region’s economy.
General Motors’ global social media guru answered our questions in a forum she knows well: Twitter.
An SVSU professor’s book explores the historic significance of a weekly produced by black Americans in the wake of the Civil War.
Sometimes history happens by accident. Just ask SVSU’s original student.
More than two decades after his death, Napoleon Lewis Sr. remains a beloved figure for a campus community that considered him a father figure.
Judge Manvel Trice III wields a gavel for justice in his hometown. But his community ambitions reach beyond issues of law and order.
To find himself, theatre major Donté Green first had to transform into someone else.
As America descends into a deadly opioid drug epidemic, an SVSU-led health clinic is offering hope for addicts such as Theo Hoxie.
In SVSU’s archives sits a photo catalog that captures significant moments in the histories of Saginaw, blacks in America, and photography itself.
At SVSU, Matt LaFleur and Nick Caserio occupied the same football sideline. Fifteen years later, they found themselves on opposing teams in the biggest game of them all.
Disease wrecked her childhood and tragedy nearly ended her life as an adult, but for Jaeleen Davis, adversity is a cue to spread her wings.
International student enrollment is on the rise at SVSU. The result: a campus with a more worldly flavor.