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GVSU pair to star in Grand Rapids production

It's not every day a student's dream comes true of starring in a popular production held at the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre, but for two Grand Valley State University students, the dream became a reality.

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From Last Laker Standing to LaughFest

From Last Laker Standing to LaughFest

Annually, Grand Valley State University’s Spotlight Productions searches for the funniest student or faculty member through the Last Laker Standing competition.

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Reasons to Be Pretty gives intimate performance

Reasons to Be Pretty gives intimate performance

Students from the Grand Valley State University Theatre department organize multiple performances each year, and under the direction of GVSU student Cody Robinson, they premiered “Reasons to Be Pretty” this weekend at the Louis Armstrong Theatre.

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Making the cut

Making the cut

Between two days of vocal ensemble concerts and an audition day, this week is a big one for Grand Valley State University’s Music department.

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Tom Caltabiano returns to GVSU

A multi-talented, Emmy award-winning writer will make his fifth return to Grand Valley State University. Tom Caltabiano, a stand- up comedian, lectures at many universities, but this time when he visits GVSU, he will work closely with professor Frank Boring to develop a new lecturing style.

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GVSU student project to screen "Girl Rising"

GVSU student project to screen "Girl Rising"

It started with an assignment from Lorie Tuma -- break up into committees and work together to coordinate a major event. Now, a little over a month into the semester, Tuma’s section of HTM 240 (Intro to Meeting and Event Management) is planning to screen the documentary "Girl Rising" at Grand Valley State University in March to celebrate national women’s month.

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Changing the scene

Changing the scene

Grand Valley State University student Kyle Norton began playing instruments at a young age, and when he came to college he decided to use his musical talents to form the one-man band the Nortroniks. After years of developing as a solo electronic music artist, Norton has expanded the band to include drummer Christian Grow, who is also a GVSU student.

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