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The No. 6 seeded Northwest Missouri State Bearcats ran the ball. Then they ran it again. Then again. Then they ran the No. 3 seeded Grand Valley State Lakers out of the playoffs, beating them 42-17 in the first round of the Division II football playoffs. The Lakers' season record ends up at 10-2.
Dr. Rick Rediske, senior program manager and professor, GVSU Robert B. Annis Water Resources Institute. Rediske gave his opening statement at the "Local, State and Federal Response to PFAS Contamination in Michigan” in Grand Valley State University’s Loosemore Auditorium on November 13, 2018.
On Tuesday Nov. 13, Michigan Senator Gary Peters held a hearing titled "Local, State and Federal Response to PFAS Contamination in Michigan” in Grand Valley State University’s Loosemore Auditorium. The hearing was called to address a report about looming PFAS contamination that was submitted in 2012 by geologist Robert Delaney but did not see state action until just last year.
The Grand Valley State football team lost in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday, Nov. 17, as the Lakers fell to the Bearcats of Northwest Missouri State, 42-17
Despite a trio of Lakers scoring in double digits, the Grand Valley State women’s basketball lost for the first time this season, falling to the Lewis Flyers 74-66. With the loss, the Lakers post a 2-1 record heading into Thanksgiving break.
In a player survey handed out before the season, GVSU volleyball head coach Deanne Scanlon asked her players who came to mind when they heard the words "respected, hardworking and great teammate."
The Grand Valley State men’s basketball team was able to keep the ball rolling on Friday, Nov. 16 as they came away with a 97-81 victory over the Tiffin Dragons in a back-and-forth game at GVSU's Fieldhouse Arena.
Grand Valley State University recently announced its appointment of Teri Behrens to Executive Director of Philanthropy. Behrens assumed the new role as head of GVSU’s Dorothy A. Johnson Center on Oct. 22.
Grand Valley State University’s applied Medical Devise Institute (aMDI) is devoted to innovation and the overall improvement of human health. aMDI is a collaboration of students, faculty and the GVSU community that connects students, education and health care to the community.
Temperatures are dropping quickly and snow has officially fallen at Grand Valley State University, a sure sign that winter is near. For the last few years, students at GVSU have used these chilly conditions as an opportunity to enjoy the season and learn more about indigenous cultures — games and reindeer included.
“In most cases, it’s family members who will notice certain changes in a loved one’s personality, and these changes can be among the major indicators of early dementia or Alzheimer’s.”
There are several paths a high school graduate can take when deciding how to further their education or career. For some, it is leaving home to attend a college or university for a degree. For others, it is leaving home to serve their country.
The Grand Valley State football team has won 10 out of 11 games in 2018. Over those 10 wins, the Lakers have defeated three of last year’s NCAA Division II Playoffs participants. Seven of those victories are by double digits and six are by at least 21 points.
Inspired by the success of Semester in Detroit, a University of Michigan program that is open to GVSU students in the fall, the Brooks College Office for Community Partnerships and Student Professional Development has established a new program called Semester in Grand Rapids.
As the GLIAC champions for the 14th consecutive year, the Grand Valley State women’s soccer team earned the No. 1 seed to start off the NCAA tournament. Their first game was against No. 8 seed Rockhurst on Friday, Nov. 9.
While living in the #MeToo era, more and more people feel empowered to use their voice and stand up for themselves when they are assaulted and are feeling more safe to be vocal about their past experiences.
The Grand Valley State University women’s volleyball team traveled to Houghton, Mich. to take on Michigan Tech in the first round of the GLIAC tournament on Wednesday, Nov. 7. The match saw the Lakers take the court for the last time this season as they lost in three sets 25-15, 25-23 and 25-23.
Last weekend’s alarming notice that an alleged drugging and rape had occurred near campus left the Grand Valley State University community feeling startled and confused, and the confusion continued into the following week when it was determined by Ottawa County police that the incident did not actually happen.
Editor's note: The following is a letter sent to Greek Life among all of Grand Valley State University immediately following the Town Hall on Oct. 31 which imposed sanctions upon the community. The letter was penned by Associate Dean for Student Life Bob Stoll.
Celebrities, artists and experts on all things pop-culture flocked to Grand Rapids this during the weekend of Nov. 9 for the third annual Comic-Con. Comic-Con is a national convention that showcases multi-genre entertainment as well as everything from the gaming and comic realms.