Poetry readings, musical performances, and prize ceremonies are just a taste of what is to come during the Theodore Roethke Poetry and Arts Festival, a triennial celebration of the late Pulitzer Prize-winning poet from Saginaw. Sponsored by Saginaw Valley State University, the festival venues will stretch across the Great Lakes Bay Region from March 23-28.
Saginaw Valley State University will welcome one of its graduates to share her compelling personal story as part of Black History Month events.
Saginaw Valley State University students rose to the challenge and delivered inspiring performances at the Michigan DECA conference in Grand Rapids.
Brad DeRoche, an active concert guitarist, appearing as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral soloist across North and South America will strum his way onto the stage of the Rhea Miller Recital Hall at Saginaw Valley State University Thursday, Feb. 15 at 7:30 p.m.
Four Saginaw Valley State University student flute musicians will take the stage in Founders Hall on Friday, Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Under the direction of Townes Osborn Miller, an instructor of music at SVSU, they will showcase their talents through flute solos and duets.
One of the most talked about elections in modern American politics will be the subject of the next installment of Saginaw Valley State University's Visiting Scholars and Artists Series.
Saginaw Valley State University has been nationally recognized for its welcoming, friendly and fun residential community.
Saginaw Valley State University is commemorating Black History Month by hosting a number of events throughout the month of February. All events are free of charge and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.
Saginaw Valley State University's nationally-ranked moot court team achieved new milestones for the program at the American Moot Court Association national tournament at UNT Dallas-College of Law in Dallas, Texas Jan. 19-20.
Saginaw Valley State University will host the Great Lakes Bay Regional Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Wednesday, Jan 24. At 7 p.m. in the Malcolm Field Theatre for Performing Arts.
The student staff of Cardinal Sins, a student-run literary arts journal at Saginaw Valley State University, have seen their hard work rewarded with a top national award. The American Scholastic Press Association honored the publication with its Most Outstanding University Literary-Art Magazine for 2017. Only two college journals nationwide are selected for the award.
Two up-and-coming writers will share their stories during a reading at Saginaw Valley State University.
“This was one of our strongest showings we have ever had,” said Ric Roberts, SVSU professor of theatre.
Saginaw Valley State University moot court program expects to face its toughest challenge yet during its ninth year competing in the national tournament.
"It's been kind of eerie, how I'm back here like this," said Knous, a clinical coordinator for exercise science students at Saginaw Valley State University.