Crowds of children packed into the Grand Valley State University fieldhouse with their parents on Saturday to attend the first ever Winter Wonderland event.
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If you are one of the Grand Valley State University Lakers who wants to get involved in an on-campus organization but think it might be too late, the Campus Life 2.0 event is for you.
The Women and Gender Studies department is holding the event, “Women, Media & the Art of Inquiry: You Have Struck A Rock!” on Jan.
Grand Valley State University’s Office of Student Life and Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society will host the annual Campus Leadership Week this week to promote the many different forms of leadership displayed on GVSU’s campus.
Are you ready for a Pazcki? Lucky for you, Fat Tuesday is almost here. Fat Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday, is traditionally a “last hurrah” before Lent, and fasting, begins, according to AmericanCatholic.org.
On Wednesday, Feb. 13, Grand Valley State University Interfraternity Council welcomed 49 new men into Greek life.
Have you ever been interested in fellowships? Have you ever wondered what a fellowship was, or had questions about pursuing one?
From Feb. 8 to Feb. 10, the Grand Valley State University DECA Chapter attended the Michigan DECA Career Development Conference in Battle Creek.
More than 600 Grand Valley State University volunteers are planning on participating in the university’s fifth annual Community Outreach Week from March 18-23. Sponsored by the Alumni Association and the Community Service Learning Center, COW will consist of Lakers from around the world contributing to service projects in their communities.
Students packed into one of Lake Michigan Hall’s two lecture halls on March 19 to hear Dr. Erika Edwards’ lecture, “Sex and the City: Black Women’s Honorable Intentions,” on Afro-Argentine populations in Buenos Aires during the 1700s and 1800s. People overflowed the space, with some even seated on the floor.
Activists, students, faculty and staff came together to discuss literature, politics and reform at EqualiTea, an annual event held in honor of March being Women’s History Month. The event was presented by the Grand Valley State University Women’s Center and co-sponsored by The American Association of University Women Grand Rapids Chapter on March 26 from 3-5 p.m.
As a part of Sexual Assault Awareness week, the student group Eyes Wide Open hosted the event Sex Signals at Grand Valley State University.
This past weekend, the Grand Valley State University Dance Troupe put on their spring recital, titled “Dance for a Dream.” Performances were held April 12 at 8 p.m., and April 13 at 2 p.m.
Follow the yellow brick road! Grand Valley State University’s Homecoming theme has been chosen for the 2013 school year, and the winner is “The Wizard of Oz: There’s No Place Like the Valley.” The process of choosing a Homecoming theme was entirely student-driven.
The word ‘farming’ usually brings to mind images of open fields, cows and, of course, big, red barns. But certainly not city streets. Located in downtown Grand Rapids, the non-profit organization Well House has been providing safe, affordable housing to the homeless for over 36 years.
Megan Lendman didn’t always know that she wanted to be a photographer, but setting foot on foreign soil opened her eyes to a world of opportunities.
College students usually fill the gap between winter and fall semester by working at local fast food joints or at the mall.
"Healthy Aging in the Community," a health fair recently organized by a group of second year students in the Grand Valley State University occupational therapy program, demonstrated July 15 to local community members how to age comfortably in their own homes. The event, which took place at Pottawatomie Park in Grand Haven, was put on in accordance with the requirements of the GVSU occupational therapy program, in which students are required to complete a master’s thesis.
The Grand Valley State University Padnos International Center is kicking off the school year by making the Study Abroad option a little easier for students. Along with planning several new events to raise awareness of opportunities abroad, the center has also developed a new search engine that helps students more efficiently browse for an appealing study abroad experience.
The Grand Valley State University Office of Multicultural Affairs will be providing students a chance to mingle with people of all ethnicities and learn about other cultures. The annual Intercultural Student Reception will be held Sept. 12 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Grand River Room of the Kirkhof Center.
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