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It’s safe to say that nobody cares about space anymore. Can you blame us? Years worth of budget cuts and NASA’s ½ a-penny-on-the-tax-dollar budget cuts have made our foray into spacy very…limited, to say the least.
Students from Grand Valley State University, and all over the Grand Rapids area have a chance to show off their advertising skills and compete for a unique internship.
Riding The Rapid is always an interesting experience. I ride the bus every day and I love it. You see, public transportation is a dice roll... and I’m a man of chance.
I think Halloween is just one of those things I’ll never fully understand. The thought of being visited by a demon is more exciting than scary for me.
They were all there for an event hosted by the GVSU chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, that threw its second annual Def Jam GVSU Edition variety show. The event offered more than just entertainment to the packed auditorium.
Creativity is a concept that is easily defined, and not as easily practiced. Artist John McDonald combines creativity with humanity in his upcoming exhibit, “Humans”.
I’m getting really tired of people calling me childish. Yeah, I hangout in full-body pajamas while watching Adventure Time, so what?
Last week Disney announced its $2 billion acquisition of Lucasfilm and its plans to start a new Star Wars trilogy by 2015.
Davy and Peter Rothbart are two brothers that have developed a love for things that are “found.” The siblings collect everything from grocery lists to birthday cards, displaying their collection in their appropriately titled “Found Magazine”.
The Occupy Movement and The Arab Spring are just two of the many social movements that have gained worldwide attention in the past three years.
It seems to me that everything has been way to intense lately. I’m growing tired of seeing well... everything escalate.
While games like caribou jumping and lassoing could be seen simply as rural pastimes, in many cultures around the world these activities have a deeper and almost sacred meaning.
The word hypnotist often conjures imagery of spirals, strange moustaches and overall imposing figures. Tom Deluca is a person that not only challenges such tropes, but also manages to keep his audience smiling while he does it.
Turkey day is over, and the dreaded subsequent pseudo-holiday sets us at the less-than-20-day mark for that supposed 2012 cataclysmic disaster. I don’t know about everybody else but I have a lot of mixed feelings when it comes to the imminent end of our species.
I hate Christmas. I’m not a fan of snow, ham or hearing the same seven horrible songs over and over every year.
Hang in there guys, spring is around the corner. Soggy socks and living in darkness mark the beginning of this, the strangest of semesters.
I had one of those moments the other day - you know, when you’re going about your pointless daily tasks and stumble upon something great.
Cinematic censorship in America is usually reserved for films that feature nudity or graphic scenes. In other countries, however, governments use censorship to suppress dissenting opinions and to bury inconvenient truths.
Hate to be a downer but… can we stop romanticizing the past? It’s getting hard to sit by and listen to the whole ‘things are getting worse’ argument time and time again without saying something.
The Apophis asteroid came and went two weeks ago without as much as a sideways glance by most people (don’t worry, it’ll be back in 2036). No harm, no foul. However, the latest nuclear threats by North Korea means the clock for our species is ticking. Disarmament talks with Iran that have come to a grinding, pessimistic halt means that said clock is running a bit fast.