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After Grand Valley State University began the conversion of the university's employee email system from Groupwise to Outlook in June, potential difficulties have surfaced for Mac users, who now must update all of their Microsoft Office programs in order to use the new system.
Making an impact on the environment can seem like a daunting task, but one Grand Valley State University professor believes making small changes in her classroom can have a big impact.
In this age of promiscuity and casual sex there is a group of young adults who are saying no and promising to be true to their one and only.
"It's time to play the music, it's time to light the lights..."
Sophie Ni, a senior theater major at Grand Valley State University, has been in almost every theater production that GVSU has put on in the last four years, from the Shakespeare productions to the main stage shows.
The Chiaroscuro film series is bringing enthusiasm to learning through humor with this year's theme: "Humor Around the World."
The feature films being screened in the Chiaroscuro Film Series are highlighting humor in countries around the world, but the short films preceding the main attractions are shining a light on local talent.
The locally-made documentary film "Up From the Bottoms: The Search for the American Dream" by Grand Valley State University's Jim Schaub will be aired Sunday on PBS at 8 p.m.
The Sierra Club's Michigan Chapter and Grand Valley State University's School of Communications are joining forces tonight to screen a film that they hope will educate a whole new generation about environmental issues and motivate students to join the fight for a healthy environment.
Grand Valley State University will bring pianist Jeffrey Brown to campus on Sunday as part of the William Brown Lecture Series.
"I had never met Mr. Baldocci, but he had the opportunity to read through some of my works after we got in touch through a common friend," Lupis said. "He particularly liked a set I wrote called 'A Few Excuses,' so I decided to write a new composition for him called A Few More Excuses, which he was very enthusiastic about playing."
"Anyone can join," said DeLain Bomer, president of GVSU's Film and Conversation Club. "We encourage students from all majors to come and give us their viewpoint on the films we watch." The idea for the club came in fall of 2009 from film major Nikki Martin, who wanted a place where people could gather to discuss "under-the-radar" films that many students don't often get a chance to see in theaters. Along with Bomer, Martin developed the club and it became a registered student organization by the Fall 2010 semester.
The Women's Center annual Call for Art has begun. Winners have their art displayed for the entire year in the Women's Center office, located in the Kirkhof Center.
Grand Valley State University’s Nerf Club is hosting “the largest Nerf game” on the Allendale Campus’ Kelly Family Sports Center at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday.
The second film in a series of joint screenings by Sierra Club's Michigan Chapter and Grand Valley State University, "Last Call on the Oasis," a documentary about the global water crisis, will be screened tonight at 7 p.m. at the Loosemore Auditorium on the Pew Campus.
If you have ever seen a group of students do a flash mob on Grand Valley State University's campus, then you've experienced Euphoria.
While many dream of seeing their work on screen, either in front of the cameras or behind the scenes, a group of Grand Valley State University students will have that chance when the film "Message Sent" debuts at Celebration Cinemas North on April 27.