After humble beginnings, Cardinal Sins over the decades evolved into one of the nation’s most distinguished campus literary-art magazines.
The twosome that founded SVSU’s literary-arts magazine is still collaborating more than three decades later.
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.
At Garber Nissan — and in life — Marquis Evans knows the value of a fast start.
Two education alumnae are applying lessons learned at SVSU to a children’s book series that is taking them — and readers — to thrilling new places.
General Motors’ global social media guru answered our questions in a forum she knows well: Twitter.
Sometimes history happens by accident. Just ask SVSU’s original student.
After graduation, Kelli Thompson thought SVSU would remain a beloved part of her past. Then an opportunity showed her a new role in its future.
Quiet, rural landscapes surround Kingston High School. Inside its classrooms, though, Matt Ferguson is pushing the boundaries of science, technology and artificial intelligence.
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.
Injured by a mortar explosion in Afghanistan, 27-year Army vet Gretchen Evans returned home looking for a new mission. She found it with the help of (wo)man’s best friend.
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.
Before building a successful business and a passionate following as an exercise advocate, Sarah Fechter faced a family tragedy that changed her world.
An existential mystery inspired Billy Dexter to retrace his path to success. The footprints led him back to SVSU.
Some might say Julie Berkobien’s life reads like a Hollywood movie script. And she wants to be the screenwriter.