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Grand Valley State University students faculty and staff had the chance to sneak a peek at the Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons before the newly constructed library officially opens.
Grand Valley State Universitys eleventh annual Relay for Life raised over 80000 in the fight to find a cure for cancer over the weekend.
Grand Valley State University is preparing to fight cancer again with the 2013 Relay for Life. Relay will take place April 12 from 6 p.m.
As final exam stress creeps up at Grand Valley State University campus leaders are raising awareness about alcohol abuse affects and responsible consumption as some students might turn to alcohol for a release.
With finals looming and another semester quickly coming to an end many Grand Valley State University students have reached a new level of stress.
Grand Valley State University will host an award-winning researcher in the field of chemistry during an Ott Lectureship in Chemistry lecture.
Work continues on Grand Valley State Universitys annual climate survey designed for learning about students staff and facultys experiences on campus. The university-wide survey was conducted over two years ago but GVSU faculty are still analyzing and interpreting answers.
Waking up at 630 a.m. with course registration numbers in hand and with high hopes of open seats and no early morning classes many students have completed registration for yet another year at Grand Valley State University.
On a snowy Wednesday afternoon more than 30 Grand Valley State University students and faculty including President Thomas Haas gathered in front of Zumberge Library to honor the memory and work of Csar Chvez through a silent march.
For many Grand Valley State University students playing hookey and slacking on assignments can become a frequent problems.
On March 14 Grand Valley State University students will get the opportunity to see first hand what it takes to enter the world of health-related professional schools.
Breaking stereotypes inclusive faculty and diverse role models were some of the main topics discussed during Grand Valley State Universitys Asian Women in Higher Education talk Feb.
Educational programs, free screenings to be held on GVSU campuses for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week
Through a series of programs hosted by Grand Valley State University organizations and on-campus centers university leaders hope to bring awareness to students about eating disorders and food habits during this years National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
As part of its larger Fireside Chat series the Grand Valley State Universitys Womens Center will host an event that aims to create thoughtful discussion about the role of Asian women in the world of U.S.
Volunteering promoting service and breaking stereotypes are just some of the activities of Grand Valley State Universitys student organization Hunger and Homelessness.
Grand Valley State Universitys efforts to educate extend beyond the campuses in Allendale and Grand Rapids.
With registration right around the corner Grand Valley State University students may be seeing different classes on the roster this year.
The eighth annual Art and Science of Aging Conference held on Feb. 8 hosted students professors and researchers from Grand Valley State University and other institutions around the U.S. to discuss the different aspects of aging healthily.
If youre walking by Grand Valley States Universitys Kirkhof Center room 2215 Feb. 8 around 6 p.m. dont be surprised to hear screams of No and Stay backTheres no reason to be alarmed.
To welcome back Grand Valley State University students from their semesters abroad the Padnos International Center hosted a dinner to reconnect students to the university and to share their stories with others who studied abroad.