Grand Valley State University student Kristen Kelling strives to live every day to the fullest.
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Grand Valley State University’s “Projection: The Film Series” aims to cater to a diverse group of students to stimulate dialogue across disciplines.
Although tradition plays a substantial role in the Native American culture, it is not the only aspect that keeps this historical heritage alive today. Grand Valley State University’s own Office of Multicultural Affairs will be hosting five events in honor of National Native American Heritage Month.
Heather Winia wakes up at 6:22 a.m. because 22 is her lucky number. She wears something different each day - whatever makes her feel good on that particular day.
Walking into a room full of different nationalities can often make people uncomfortable. That is the struggle that Grand Valley State University’s Alpha Phi Alpha and Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity Inc. tried to abate Oct. 31 with a presentation on taking down cultural barriers.
Heather Winia wakes up at 6:22 a.m. because 22 is her lucky number. She wears something different each day - whatever makes her feel good on that particular day. She is a mother to four girls, and takes this responsibility very seriously. Her success story is her own.
Chances are, with cold season just around the corner, you might find yourself attempting to dispel the most unpleasant symptoms.
Islam, which comes from an Arabic root word meaning “peace” and “submission,” teaches that one can only find peace in life by submitting to God (Allah) in heart, soul and deed.
Grand Valley State University will lay undisturbed Thursday as many students head home for the Thanksgiving holiday. As a tactic to rejuvenate the mind before coming back to campus and starting preparation for finals, most students strive to get away, visit family and hometown friends, eat home-cooked food and leave campus.
During the winter months, Grand Valley State University students may become more susceptible to develop a form of depression known as Seasonal Affective Disorder.
At Grand Valley State University, the adjustment from fall to winter semester isn’t the only anticipated change.
Rough and tough. Built with muscles that can withstand anything. A “real man” is someone who is ultra-macho, super cool and extremely violent.
For the first time in the university’s history, Grand Valley State University will cancel all classes held on Martin Luther King Day to promote participation in King’s plan for peace and justice. Dwight Hamilton, assistant vice president for affirmative action at GVSU, said that in previous years when the holiday was observed a majority of the students were unable to attend the multiple events hosted by the university due to class being in session.
We’ve heard it our whole lives. “If you don’t wash your hands, you’re gonna get sick!” But is this really our only defense to keep healthy during the winter months?
Spoken word artists are artists that experiment and collaborate with words, music and poetry. They are artists that use emotion and vibrant rhythm to convey a message.
“100 Best and Brightest Women in Corporate America,” according to Ebony Magazine, is only one of the titles used to describe Judge Glenda Hatchett.
Whether it’s re-inventing what the payphone means to New York City or turning the South Bronx area into a green space, Majora Carter has a driving passion to make a difference in the area that she once hated.
About 200 members of the Grand Valley State University community listened Thursday as urban revitalizationist Majora Carter shared her story of growing up and why she developed a passion for a historically red-lined area. “‘The Burning Bronx,’ which was sort of infamous in my childhood, symbolized the arson that ran rapid in the South Bronx,” Carter said.
As February draws near, so does the well-regarded celebration known as Black History Month. Black History Month recognizes the achievements made by black Americans, and it’s also a time for distinguishing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. As Grand Valley State University holds this month tribute, the Allendale Campus will be hosting a wide spread of events Feb. 5-28.
Cold lake-effect weather goes hand in hand with hot coffee at Grand Valley State University’s Java City.
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