GVS(You) Week will conclude tomorrow on Friday, Feb.20 with a Spirit Day competition encouraging students to wear Grand Valley State University gear for prizes.GVS(You) Week, which is hosted by the Future Alumni Association, is the third annual week-long celebration dedicated to honoring the donors that helped make GVSU possible for students.Today marks the last day where students are given the opportunity to write letters of thanks to those who donated to the campus.Students are also encouraged to follow the FAA on Twitter (@FAA_GVSU) to help spread the word.
Grand Valley State University regrets to inform that Christine Hernandez, procurement services assistant, passed away on Feb. 14 at the age of 50.Hernandez, who lost her life to cancer, began her career at GVSU in 2004.
President Haas along with other Grand Valley State University leaders held a meeting with the director of the Peace Corps to discuss ways to benefit students who are interested in joining the Peace Corps.
As a part of the Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Celebration, Grand Valley State University will present a workshop concerning the issues of voting and how to get students more involved.Theresa Q.
On Wednesday, Grand Valley State cross country standout Jessica Janecke was honored with the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division II Women’s Scholar Athlete of the Year award.
On Thursday night, Ryan Sabin snapped a streak of 42 consecutive free throws made with 0:09 left to play in GVSU’s 60-54 win over Northern Michigan at Fieldhouse Arena. The stretch, a school record, spanned more than 15 games. It lasted 289 minutes and 8 seconds -- 4.82 hours of game clock.
On Friday, three Grand Valley State student athletes were honored with Fall 2014 GLIAC Commissioner’s Awards. Andrea Strauss, the goalie for GVSU's soccer team, and cross country runners Alan Peterson and Jessica Janecke were recognized for their work both on and off the field.