As the city of Grand Rapids begins to see a much more bustling patronage on its sidewalks, city planners are looking to food trucks to help add more life to the downtown cityscape.
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Grand Valley State University's Elena Lioubimtseva has been appointed to the Higher Education Panel by the U.S.
Integrity, loyalty, decisiveness, dependability, endurance, courage; these are the core values of the 38th recruit class at Grand Valley State University’s Police Academy.
It's official: the Grand Rapids City Commission passed an ordinance regulating concession sales on private property in the city Tuesday night - the great food truck debate has come to a head.
I'm not sure about you, but when I hear "three, two, one," I start looking around for something to go "BLAST OFF!" So when the new crosswalk lights don't turn into rocket ships and shoot off into the sky - well, I feel a little disappointed.
Tucked away at the very end of Hillburn Avenue, behind the Highlands Golf Club in Grand Rapids, is the Blandford Nature Center, a 143-acre plot of land that is home to 30 permanent wildlife residents; including hawks, owls, and a bobcat.
All right, class, by show of hands, who would like to look for buried treasure? Everybody? Good. Now, don’t get disappointed, but the treasure we’ll be looking for isn’t buried...it’s just hidden.
Grand Valley State University’s Sustainable Agriculture Project has built a second “hoop house” to allow the growing season to extend into the academic year as far as December and begin again as early as February.
One of the most difficult parts of the college experience is sitting down and deciding what to study and how to study it; but from choosing a major and minor to scheduling which classes to take and when, Grand Valley State University has resources to help its students.
Grand Valley State University’s Beekeeping Club is hosting a “Harvest Party” Sept. 16 from 6 p.m.
The Grand Valley State University Cycling Club is avidly seeking to open a bike repair shop that will bring the university one step closer to being a ‘bike-friendly’ campus. “There is a master bike plan that was developed by a consulting firm working with the GVSU facilities planning department a couple years ago,” said Lindsey DesArmo, who works for Human Resources and is heading up the application process to make GVSU a recognized ‘bike-friendly’ institution. “The bike repair stands…are partly a result of the recommendations from the report. A move in the right direction.” The bike repair shop will be an extension of the bike rental program instituted by Pew Campus Operations last year.
Football games leave excessive amounts of trash in their wake. From concessions and dropped tickets to all the litter tailgate parties can generate, a single game can leave the field and parking lots looking like a garbage bomb was dropped on the area.
As home to the Sustainable Community Development Initiative, Grand Valley State University’s Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies has the honor of being both the month of September’s and the university’s first “Sustainability Spotlight.”
This is just one of many scenarios that the Grand Valley Police Department and Facilities Services have expressed growing concerns about in regard to pedestrian and cyclist safety on Allendale Campus.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences stands in the Sustainability Spotlight for the month of October. With six seminars and 32 classes offered that relate to sustainability, the largest college in Grand Valley State University has truly been decreasing its footprint and ‘going green.’
One year after the untimely death of Grand Valley State University student Shane Peoples-Welch, students from GVSU and members of the Grand Rapids community gathered together Saturday in Ah-Nab-Awen park to commemorate their loved ones who have suffered or currently suffer from heart-related ailments. The park, located behind the Gerald R.
With the presidential election closing in, several topics are on the minds of young voters, and the least of these is sustainability.
The Ecological Representatives, a group of student volunteers representing each Grand Valley State University housing community, have banded together to promote sustainable initiatives in their living centers.
The Turkish Consul General to Chicago visited GVSU to discuss Turkey's role in world affairs and relationship with the U.S.
The Business Ethics Center of Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business is hosting its first Ethics Week from Oct. 22-26.