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On Tuesday, Jan. 16, former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics (USAG) doctor Larry Nassar's victim survivors began to give their impact statements in front of a Lansing judge for Nassar's sentencing on sexual abuse charges, which include the molestation of underage girls while he was serving as a doctor. Based on the early impact statements, several things are clear.
This past weekend, the Grand Valley State men's Division II club hockey team brought in yet another skilled player to the squad to help bolster their roster for a championship run.
Junior goalie Dylan Knox had a strong performance in his Laker debut on Saturday, Jan. 13, as he only allowed two goals and saved 92 percent of the 25 shots on goal in the win against Indiana University.
The Grand Valley State men’s club wrestling team participated in a three-team match on their home mats at the Fieldhouse Arena on Sunday, Jan. 14.
In a season that has already seen its wide range of highs and lows, the Grand Valley State men’s basketball team has seemingly found its groove at just the right time.
Whether it’s been the recent scoring explosions from senior point guard Myles Miller, Stephen Curry-esque 3-point shooting from sophomore Hunter Hale, or freshman Jake Van Tubbergen emerging as the potential future of the program, these players stepping up when needed has helped discover the one trait they’ve been yearning for all year: how to mix all their different talents together to not only compete, but to win as a team.
The recent punishments and bans of Grand Valley State University fraternities Delta Upsilon and Sigma Phi Epsilon have cast a shadow over Greek life at GVSU.
Students in the Greek community have come forward with their thoughts on the events and expanded on why they think these incidents should not affect people's opinions of Greek life as a whole.
Grand Valley State University researchers have found that the percentage of uninsured residents in Michigan has dropped below 10 percent. The effect on West Michigan’s health economic forecast was also studied, with researchers finding that the downward trend is the lowest the rate has been in years.
The Grand Valley State University student senate convened Thursday, Jan. 11, for its first general assembly of the semester. The evening’s agenda included two guest speakers from the university, a public comment period, president and vice president reports and a working general assembly session.
Kicking off the first guest artist recital at Grand Valley State University in the new year, pianist Mika Sasaki will be performing Friday, Jan. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the Sherman Van Solkema Recital Hall in the Haas Center for Performing Arts.
On Dec. 19, 2017, the city of Grand Rapids saw one of its youngest elected officials in its history sworn into office. In November of 2017, at the mere age of 19, Ivory Lehnert was elected to the Grand Rapids Public Library Board. On the same day, Michigan State University students turned out to successfully elect 21-year-old MSU student Aaron Stephens to the East Lansing City Council. Across the country, young people are running to make a difference in their local communities. Now, it’s your turn.
Before I became a student at Grand Valley State University, I was scared that college meant nothing was going to be the same again. In many ways, I was right. Some things are just never the way they were before. As we enter college, we meet new people, learn new things and go through all sorts of new experiences. In many ways, college is a journey that is constantly evolving. However, with all this newness, some things never change. For me, these things are traditions, and whether they are small or big, each one leaves a lasting impact.
The Grand Valley State track and field team was back in action this weekend when they hosted the Bob Eubanks Open on Friday, Jan. 12, at the Kelly Family Sports Center. This is the first meet since the winter break, and the first of three straight home meets.
As has been the case since his election in November 2016, President Donald Trump continued to be in the news over reported inflammatory comments.
The first week of the winter 2018 semester is officially over, and the Grand Valley State men's Division II club hockey team has gotten right back to its winning ways, defeating Indiana University on Saturday, Jan. 13, by a score of 5-2.
The effects of the Holocaust still plague the world years later. For cellist Stefan Koch, the story of composer Richard Stöhr’s life and legacy is a testament to this notion, and his journey to illuminate the shadows inflicted by the Nazis will come to Grand Valley State University on Wednesday, Jan. 17, with the Academy Trio’s performance of Stöhr’s Piano Trio, Op. 16. The concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Sherman Van Solkema Recital Hall in the Haas Center for Performing Arts.
Starting at the beginning of this year, the consequence for first-time offenders charged with a minor in possession (MIP) in the state of Michigan has changed from a misdemeanor to a civil infraction. This legislative overhaul is a necessary step toward more accurately reflecting shifting societal attitudes about the relative severity of alcohol possession and consumption.
As the season is winding down for the Grand Valley State swimming and diving teams, the level of performance is increasing.
After a dominant performance against rival Wayne State last weekend, GVSU imposed its will on former GLIAC rival University of Findlay. This weekend had more implications than one, as 12 seniors competed for the last time in the Fieldhouse Arena on Saturday, Jan. 13, in Allendale.
Riding the highs of a five-game winning streak, the Grand Valley State men’s basketball team headed to the state of Ohio to face off against GLIAC foes Ashland University and Tiffin University.
The Lakers’ winning streak would end after a closely contested 89-80 loss to the GLIAC heavyweight Ashland Eagles on Thursday, Jan. 11, but a new streak began after GVSU took down Tiffin 80-71 on Saturday, Jan. 13.
The new year tends to bring many changes along with it, and not just resolutions. In Michigan, this new year has brought about a change to minor in possession (MIP) laws.
Grand Valley State University theater professor Roger Ellis will be performing “Anton, Himself: First and Last” in the Linn Maxwell Keller Black Box Theatre in the Haas Center for Performing Arts.
Grand Valley State University's "It's on Us" organization will hold an event titled "Stalking Awareness Month - Get Informed" on Tuesday, Jan. 16, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Kirkhof Center, Rooms 2215/2216.