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The Padnos International Center will hold its annual study abroad fair Wednesday, Oct. 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This event will take place in the Kirkhof Center Grand River Room and will feature the plentiful study abroad programs and internship options for students in every major and minor, ranging from two weeks to a full year abroad.
Despite our ability to search online for jobs, it can be quite difficult to find employers while in college, no matter how close you are to earning your degree. In an effort to provide students of all ages and grade levels with the opportunity to network with more than 230 employers, Grand Valley State University is hosting its fall career fair Thursday, Oct. 19.
With six total tackles, one sack, an interception and a fumble recovery resulting in a 37-yard defensive touchdown during the Lakers' 34-6 victory over Saginaw Valley State, it would be an understatement to say it was a quiet day for Grand Valley State football player Garrett Pougnet.
When an English teacher asks students to take out their books, their request is usually followed by animated groans and rolled eyes. In my pre-college schooling, required reading was never enjoyable and I, like many of my classmates, got stuck in the trap of online summaries and SparkNotes.
The BISSELL Pet Foundation will pay all fees for pet adoptions Saturday, Oct. 14, at more than 75 locations. Dogs and cats everywhere are currently looking for homes, and many West Michigan shelters are participating in the “Empty the Shelters” event to help encourage pet adoption.
The Kenowa Hills Board of Education will host a candlelight vigil for Las Vegas Thursday, Oct. 5, where local leaders will motivate the community and speak out against unwarranted violence.
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
It’s a simple line of legislation, at least from the standpoint of the men who ratified our Constitution’s Second Amendment almost 230 years ago.
But times have changed.
Grand Rapids has recently been named one of the United States’ fastest-growing economies by Forbes. With a 4.4 percent change in employment between 2015 and 2016 in the city, totaling in a labor force of 575,563, it’s no wonder that people are looking for work in the Grand Rapids area.
With the fall semester already underway, there are some changes to parking at Grand Valley State University.
Another year, another Battle of the Valleys victory on the gridiron for the Grand Valley State Lakers.
With a final score of 34-6 on a brisk Saturday, Sept. 30, evening, the No. 9 ranked GVSU Lakers secured their sixth consecutive win over the Saginaw Valley State Cardinals and fourth straight win this season. The Lakers move up to 4-1 (3-0 GLIAC) and knock the Cardinals down to 2-3 (0-3 GLIAC).
The Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM) will host two Halloween showings of the 1925 movie "The Phantom of the Opera" Friday, Oct. 13, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 14, at 2 p.m. in the Meijer Theater.
At Grand Valley State University, one frequently expressed cause for stress is the same among students, guests, staff and faculty alike: campus parking. With more than 25,000 students currently enrolled at the university, finding a parking spot on campus can be nearly impossible some days.
Director of Public Safety and Grand Valley State University Police Department Chief Renee Freeman gave her last public address to the student senate general assembly Thursday, Sept. 28.
Renowned writers David Brooks and Ronald C. White are scheduled to come to Grand Valley State University’s Pew Campus to participate in a discussion about the characteristics of a president in the second "Character and the Presidency" event. This event will be held Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. in the L.V. Eberhard Center, Room 215.
The Grand Valley State University organization Bard to Go, a traveling Shakespeare troupe, will be performing throughout the state and even in a different country this year.
Just one week after hosting the 2017 ITA Regional Championship, the Grand Valley State women’s tennis team was back on the courts again for their first match of the season against Davenport University at home Saturday, Sept. 30.
It’s true. Not a single one of us has an infinite mind with the exact knowledge of everything there is to be known. This is, from what I understand, a pretty well-understood fact. Yet, there are people who still believe that they know much more than they really do.
While I could list several types of people whom I’ve seen with this mindset, there’s no one who really jumps out at me more than online conspiracy theorists.
The Grand Valley State University Student Academic Success Center (SASC) will be hosting the “Ace That Test (Midterm Prep) Workshop” Tuesday, Oct. 3, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Kirkhof Center, Room 1104.
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (OURS) is sponsoring its ninth annual Undergraduate Research Fair Tuesday, Oct. 3, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Grand River Room of the Kirkhof Center.
As part of their hands-on efforts to help local honeybees, members of Grand Valley State University’s Beekeepers organization harvested, extracted and bottled more than 360 pounds of honey in early September.