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Grand Valley State University recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month in many unique ways, and student organizations are the front runners for events planned to raise funds for different charities. This year, the month of October will be filled with a plethora of events, ranging from Greek life activities to Relay for Life.
Today, President Donald Trump's Twitter account has 39.4 million followers, and a cursory look over his recent activity reveals that he frequently tweets a handful of times a day, including 12 tweets Wednesday, Sept. 20, alone.
The question is, should the president of the U.S. use Twitter to communicate with the people?
Grand Valley State University’s health programs are constantly revolutionizing the experience of health sciences students, and given the enrollment growth in these programs, the university is expanding its health campus with the construction of Raleigh J. Finkelstein Hall.
Grand Valley State University, in partnership with the American Red Cross and Michigan Blood, will be holding blood drives on the Allendale Campus.
With the start of the fall season, many people are looking forward to the leaves changing color and the cool, crisp weather, but flu season follows closely behind. To lessen the stress of flu season, the Grand Valley State University Family Health Center is holding flu shot clinics on campus.
As the semester continues, an artistic event such as a poetry reading may offer students a chance to be entertained in the midst of studying for exams, as well as an opportunity to be engaged with thought-provoking ideas. To encourage this, Grand Valley State University will host a spoken-word event featuring award-winning poet Denice Frohman.
Grand Valley State University’s chemistry department will be hosting professor Brian Shoichet Thursday, Oct. 5, and Friday, Oct. 6, for a public lecture and seminar on the discovery of drugs and the advancements and challenges of modern medicine.
So far in this young season, the championship dreams of Grand Valley State men's club hockey are looking like they could become a reality.
After a blowout Friday, Sept. 22, in the opening game of the season, the hockey team continued its solid start to the 2017-18 season this weekend in two matchups against Bradley University.
Less than 24 hours after their comeback win against Michigan Technological University, the Grand Valley State volleyball team (8-7, 5-2 GLIAC) took to the court again to face the Northern Michigan Wildcats (11-4, 5-2 GLIAC) Saturday, Sept. 30, at the GVSU Fieldhouse.
To put it bluntly, it wasn’t looking good for the Grand Valley State women’s volleyball team.
Down two sets to one against Michigan Technological University, the Lakers entered the fourth set knowing it was either to win and force a decisive fifth set, or lose and go back home.
Rivalry games always have an added edge.
Playing host to Ferris State, the No. 5 Grand Valley State women’s soccer team held on to grab a 1-0 victory Sunday, Oct. 1.
A motor vehicle crash on Grand Valley State University's Allendale Campus left one person hospitalized Thursday, Sept. 28.
How professors teach their classes, and the level of interest and engagement they show, has a significant impact on student success. Just like how a student's level of interest and motivation can make or break their performance and experience in a class, so can the professor's.
You might notice that Grand Rapids' ArtPrize Nine, now well underway, has had lower attendance than previous years.
Fireworks on the Fourth of July. Lions football on Thanksgiving. Battle of the Valleys on the gridiron.
Some traditions are timeless, and the No. 9 Grand Valley State Lakers (3-1, 3-0 GLIAC) and Saginaw Valley State Cardinals (2-2, 0-2 GLIAC) are preparing to partake in one of the biggest traditions each school has to offer Saturday, Sept. 30.
Grand Valley State University's annual Shakespeare Festival, set to run from Friday, Sept. 29, through Saturday, Nov. 4, will include performances of "The Tempest"; a play from Bard to Go, the touring performance group; a documentary film screening; and more.
Oprah Winfrey, as special guest correspondent for "60 Minutes," helped to conduct a political focus group of 14 people with varying political opinions and backgrounds. The episode aired Sunday, Sept. 24, and featured a Grand Valley State University staff member and a professor.
To foster learning and interaction with diverse content, the Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons will host various exhibits during the fall semester. Sponsored by Grand Valley State University libraries, “Reading Time Across Words and Numbers: Visualization Projects by Heather Corcoran” will be the next exhibition available to view from Sunday, Oct. 1, to Sunday, Oct. 29.
Renee Zettle-Sterling, professor of jewelry, metalsmithing and foundations at Grand Valley State University, co-authored the new book "Cast: Art and Objects Made Using Humanity’s Most Transformational Process."
Grand Valley State University multimedia journalism professor Jeffrey Kelly Lowenstein is currently in the process of writing a book about Khulu Radebe, a South African king whon he was able to meet last summer.