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For the third time, the Grand Valley State University National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) team placed first in the annual NSAC competition. The team, which has placed every year since GVSU began participating in the competition 10 years ago, also made it past the semifinals round Thursday, May 4, and will move onto nationals in New Orleans Wednesday, June 7.
The Grand Valley State athletic department made the big announcement Wednesday, June 1, 2016 that it would be renewing its contract with Adidas, which has been a partner with GVSU since 2004, through Sunday, March 31, 2024.So what does that mean, exactly?
To aid in raising mental health awareness and advocacy, the Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan will be hosting its 2017 "Stomp Out Stigma" 5K walk Saturday, May 20, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Grand Valley State University's L. William Seidman Center, located in downtown Grand Rapids across from GVSU's Pew Campus.
Sustainability is usually talked about in terms of taking something away, but sometimes adding something is important, too.
Life can be very busy sometimes. For a college student, this is very obvious. We have homework, essays, exams, all that good stuff. For those of us with jobs, our work schedules add even more pressure to our days. And you know what? As I’m sure we’ve all been told at some point, it doesn’t get much better out in the real world. There have been many times throughout my college career when I’ve felt bogged down with all my responsibilities and found myself almost dreading the road ahead. For this reason, I feel it’s important to always take time away for yourself.
Between working part time or full time and taking summer classes, many Grand Valley State University students might be finding their "vacation" time less relaxing than they had hoped or anticipated.
The winter 2017 semester may have ended, but the Grand Valley State University Laker Dance Team is getting started on a new season. The dance team will have tryouts for the 2017-18 season from Friday, May 19, to Sunday, May 21, on the Allendale Campus.
The Grand Valley State University Laker Marching Band (LMB) is one of the largest and most visible NCAA Division II marching bands in the country and has provided music and entertainment for football fans since 1977. This year's auditions for the LMB drumline will begin Saturday, May 20, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and continue Sunday, May 21, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Room 1515 of the Performing Arts Center on the Allendale Campus.
Although there weren’t any Lakers selected in the 2017 NFL draft, four graduating members of the Grand Valley State football team were worthy enough to receive camp invitations. All four players play on the defensive side.
GVSU won its first Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse League trophy in team history Saturday, April 15. After beating the University of Chicago 11-8 and taking care of rival Oakland 12-6, they faced off against Bethel College in the final.
The Grand Valley State men’s golf team won the GLIAC Championship by a large margin, shooting an 890 (+26) at the Virtues Golf Club in Nashport, Ohio, Friday, April 21, through Sunday, April 23.
In mid-April, the Grand Valley State baseball team seemed to hit a stride winning seven of eight games against Ashland and Lake Erie. Since then, the Lakers have split five consecutive doubleheaders, including a split against rival Saginaw Valley State Friday, May 5.
For the first time in program history, the Grand Valley State lacrosse team members were not GLIAC Tournament Champions.Despite being the No. 1 seed in the GLIAC Championship Tournament, the Lakers dropped the conference championship game to the No. 2 McKendree Bearcats by a score of 12-8 in Allendale Sunday, May 7.
The Grand Valley State women’s track and field team produced dominant performances across the board during the three-day GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships to win their eighteenth consecutive conference title in front of a home crowd Wednesday, May 3, through Friday, May 5.
The No. 1-seeded Lakers (32-16, 17-5 GLIAC) defeated the No. 8 Findlay Oilers 7-4 in the first round of the GLIAC Championship Tournament Friday, May 5, for their 20th win. The next day, the Lakers were upset by the No. 5-seeded Ashland Eagles in the second round.
The 44,000 square foot addition on the east side of the Performing Arts Center that will include a black box theater, theater support spaces, two theater classrooms, three ensemble rooms and a student study space will be completed and occupied by August, according to James Moyer, associate vice president for facilities planning at Grand Valley State University.The $20 million construction project was approved by the Board of Trustees in April and began in May.
The use of opioid drugs is rising nationally, and the state of Michigan is reserving money specifically to combat the addiction.The state received a $16.37 million grant that was awarded to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and will finance prevention and treatment initiatives across the state. This includes the development of a statewide awareness campaign, research, prevention services and more.
Students pack the libraries and study areas to cram before final exams. Then, they finish their classes, and most pack up for a summer at home. But some students will be staying on campus this summer as student employees and athletes and for the purpose of taking classes.
The Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey, Michigan, has invited Bill Hosterman, associate professor of foundations, drawing and printmaking at Grand Valley State University, to participate in its four-week-long artist in residency program.
For Thomas Haas, the president of Grand Valley State University, the summer really begins after commencement.With activity on campus slowing down in the summer months, Haas is able to relax and unwind while preparing for the business of the fall and winter semesters. Whether it’s traveling, spending time with family, dining with donors or playing a game of golf with some friends, the GVSU president stays busy with both work and leisure.