Alivia Combs is no stranger to delighting audiences with her vocals. It’s a scenario that dates back further than her memory can recall.
For SVSU’s Writing Center, what began as a seedling of an idea two decades ago has sprouted branches that today touch communities on the other side of the planet.
The accolades are piling up for one of SVSU’s most decorated student leaders.
Like the late artist whose life’s work she oversees, Marilyn Wheaton sculpted a legacy of her own in the arts world.
Coming off her final — and best — season on the SVSU women’s cross-country team, Allison Dorr is eyeing a school record.
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.
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.
A sisterly bond and love of competition helped the Francisco siblings make a splash on SVSU’s swimming and diving team in 2018.
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.
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.
After a devastating knee injury, Emily Wendling could have abandoned her college basketball career. Instead, she aimed for SVSU’s record books.
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.
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.
To find himself, theatre major Donté Green first had to transform into someone else.