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In the world of sports, there are results known as “good wins” and “good losses” depending on how each team played.
Although the Grand Valley State men’s basketball team (3-1 overall) defeated the Grace Bible College Tigers (4-4) by a seemingly dominate 88-74 final score Thursday, Nov. 16, the mood with the coaching staff and players defined their performance as a "bad win."
After dominating the NCAA Regional Championship, the Grand Valley State cross-country teams were all set to travel to Evansville, Indiana, in hopes of claiming the NCAA National Championship this past Saturday, Nov. 18.
Although they had a successful regular season, the Grand Valley State volleyball team ended their playoff and season hopes at the GLIAC Quarterfinals match against Wayne State on Wednesday, Nov. 15.
However, four Laker volleyball players didn’t end their season empty-handed, as senior Katie Olson, junior Staci Brower, senior Sydney Doby and junior Shannon Winicki were all awarded All-GLIAC team honors, announced Saturday, Nov. 18.
The Kirkhof Center Grand River Room was turned into a culturally collaborative festival Friday, Nov. 17, for the Global Gala presented by the Iota Chapter of Delta Phi Lambda Sorority Inc. The annual gala featured performances from a plethora of Grand Valley State University cultural clubs and teams, all assembled by the sorority.
At Grand Valley State University, students, faculty and staff will finally have the opportunity to identify themselves how they want and in a way that is most in keeping with how they view themselves by requesting a preferred name through Banner, the site that houses students' most important information.
To raise money for hurricane relief, there will be a benefit concert hosted by vocalist group Jubilee at Bethany United Reformed Church in Wyoming, Michigan, on Friday, Nov. 24. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. While there is no cover charge, donations are encouraged.
The Grand Valley State University art exhibit "Art Is a Drag: The Library Is Open" is set to conclude its residence in the Mary Idema Pew Library Exhibition Space on Wednesday, Nov. 29. Until then, students at GVSU are able to see the artwork all day long.
Grand Valley State University history professor Jim Goode and biomedical sciences professor Aaron Baxter presented their emblematic "Last Lectures" for student senate’s annual event Thursday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. in the Loutit Lecture Halls.
Starting a new job comes with many responsibilities, and these stressors can be a lot for new workers. An element that is often overlooked in the workplace is how to deal with personal questions. For this reason, Grand Valley State University professor Michael DeWilde will be facilitating an event called “Navigating the Politics of Workplace Topics."
The annual Presidents' Ball was a topic of discussion at the Grand Valley State University student senate general assembly Thursday, Nov. 16. More specifically, the senators discussed two different awards that will be given out at the event.
With frigid air blowing through the quaint, little college town known as Allendale, a wealth of Grand Valley State seniors gathered with what was left of the student section following a 45-7 trouncing of the Tiffin University Dragons on Saturday, Nov. 11, at Lubbers Stadium.
Though some of the Laker football players knew it would be their last time setting foot on the field as players, there was also the creeping suspicion it could be their last time gearing up as Lakers.
For various reasons, people may want to be identified by a name other than their legal name. Starting in February 2018, Grand Valley State University students, faculty and staff may request a preferred name through "myName" on Banner.
In a disappointing end to a thrilling season, the Grand Valley State soccer team lost in the Elite 8 of the NCAA Championship Tournament to No. 1 Central Missouri.
Grand Valley State University students do not have to look far to find exciting new performers and artists to discover. Grand Rapids has a growing art scene, and two artists are at the forefront with their national spoken-word tour. Calling it the “Unpacking Tour," the Michigan natives are traveling all over the nation, including places as far as Texas, Colorado and Washington.
There are seven committees on student senate, and they are as follows: senate resources, finance, campus affairs, educational affairs, diversity affairs, external relations and public relations. Here are some highlights from our committees, written by a member of the public relations committee.
The Grand Valley State volleyball team dropped a nail-biter to the Wayne State Warriors three sets to two on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at the Fieldhouse Arena in the GLIAC Tournament, ending their season.
Students' comfort in the classroom can often be overlooked. Nevertheless, how well students are able to focus on what a professor is saying, rather than how they are sitting, can make or break a grade. According to a recent survey conducted at Grand Valley State University, tablet chairs found in certain classrooms are negatively impacting learning for some students.
For the Grand Valley State men’s basketball team, it felt good to finally be home.
The Lakers’ towering height, offensive attack and stifling defense led GVSU to an easy 96-64 home-opener victory over Olivet College on Tuesday, Nov. 14. With the victory, GVSU's overall record improves to 2-1.
Grand Valley State University celebrated Transgender Day of Remembrance on Monday, Nov. 13. To highlight the national holiday, Susan Stryker was brought in by the Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center to give a keynote lecture on transgender issues and history.
This will be quite the senior year for Grand Valley State men’s basketball guard Myles Miller as he prepares to end his final season with the Lakers in a memorable style.