A group of nine Grand Valley State University students presented their research at the annual statewide conference of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters (MASAL) at Oakland University on Feb. 28.
In response to the Feb. 17 report of racist graffiti written on a whiteboard in the Copeland Living Center, the University Academic Senate and faculty at Grand Valley State University are planning a Teach-In. Read More
More than 94 percent of American Chemical Society certified programs in the U.S. have a biochemistry major along with their chemistry major. Grand Valley State University is the only school in Michigan that doesn’t. Read More
The Student Senate is working to create a better relationship between Grand Valley State University and the residents of Allendale Charter Township. To do so, the Political Affairs Committee is changing its name to the External Affairs Committee and ... Read More
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A group of nine Grand Valley State University students presented their research at the annual statewide conference of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters (MASAL) at Oakland University on Feb. 28. Read More
Staying true to its name, Grand Valley State University's Intercultural Festival will include many events having to do with all different cultures that are on campus. Throughout the week, there will be a number of different events from student organizations ... Read More
The announcement of a "teach-in" in conjunction with the present Intercultural Festival greatly excited us. We're all for fighting ignorance and righting misunderstandings. Read More