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Student hit by car on 48th

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Student hit by car on 48th


Brooke Tomcsik, a student at Grand Valley State University, was walking home when she was struck from behind by a motor vehicle near the intersection of 48th Avenue and Pierce Street. After the accident, the car drove away without hesitation, making ...

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GV waits to inform students of sexual assault


A Grand Valley State University student was raped in her apartment on Sunday, Sept. 7 just before 4 a.m. The student’s apartment in Country Place Apartments was broken into, and then the student was sexually assaulted. Though the GVSU student ...

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Secretary of State office comes to GV


The Grand Valley State University Student Senate is collaborating with the Office of Student Life to bring a mobile Secretary of State office to the Allendale Campus this week as part of the 2014 mobile office college tour. 

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Reaction from GVSU's letdown at Lubbers


On Sept. 4, the Grand Valley State University football team dropped a 26-23 double overtime heartbreaker against then-No. 22 Azusa Pacific University. After Saturday’s loss against No. 10 Ohio Dominican University, there isn’t much Laker heart ...

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Student hit by car on 48th


Brooke Tomcsik, a student at Grand Valley State University, was walking home when she was struck from behind by a motor vehicle near the intersection of 48th Avenue and Pierce Street. After the accident, the car drove away without hesitation, making ...

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Sports

Reaction from GVSU's letdown at Lubbers


On Sept. 4, the Grand Valley State University football team dropped a 26-23 double overtime heartbreaker against then-No. 22 Azusa Pacific University. After Saturday’s loss against No. 10 Ohio Dominican University, there isn’t much Laker heart ...

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Laker Life

Making a difference in the community


It’s no secret that Grand Valley State University students are heavily involved on campus. With over 350 student organizations and many volunteer opportunities, it’s not hard for a student to get involved.

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INTERVENE


Recently in the area surrounding Grand Valley State University there have been several incidents involving GVSU students.

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