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According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, more than 64,000 people died due to drug overdoses in the U.S. in 2016. The problem of drug overdose isn’t just a number—it’s prevalent right in our own backyard.
Rather than avoid topics of race, inequality and segregation, author and historian Jeffrey Chang will center his lecture around the maturation of these realities in the U.S. during Grand Valley State University’s Fall Arts Celebration, where he will be featured as the distinguished academic lecturer.
MoneySmart Lakers is a Grand Valley State University organization designed to guide students through the difficulties of financial planning. The organization is hosting a week-long event, "MoneySmart Madness," from Monday, Oct. 30, to Friday, Nov. 3, to go over the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), budgeting and student loans on both Allendale and Pew campuses.
Guest trombonist Brad Edwards, a professor of trombone at Arizona State University, will perform in a recital at Grand Valley State University.
Some Lakers study abroad, some Lakers are veterans, some Lakers choose to pursue a double major or triple major, and some, like Cameron Zbikowski, do all of the above.
Amber Dieleman, a non-traditional student at Grand Valley State University, is running for a seat on the Walker City Commission in Kent County in the Tuesday, Nov. 7, election.
Grand Valley State University's Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center is celebrating its 10-year anniversary for the 2017-18 academic year.
I remember when I heard Tom Petty’s “Don’t Do Me Like That” for the first time. It was the summer before my freshman year of high school, and when the song came on the radio, I was completely enthralled.
After a strong 3-2 victory Friday, Oct. 6, the Grand Valley State men's club hockey team (Division II) looked to complete the weekend sweep on the road Saturday, Oct. 7.
However, the Lakers had to settle for a 1-1 tie against a tough Aquinas College team on the road.
The Grand Valley State women’s soccer team took a road trip to Ohio this weekend to face-off against GLIAC rivals Ashland University and Tiffin University.
If there is one thing that the Grand Valley State men's club hockey team (Division II) showed in its match against Aquinas College, it’s determination.
The No. 8 ranked Grand Valley State football team made themselves feel right at home Saturday, Oct. 7, in Detroit, where they defeated the Wayne State Warriors 45-27 to move up to 5-1 (5-0 GLIAC), while WSU fell to 2-4 (1-3 GLIAC).
This past month, the U.S. Department of Education announced a rollback and restructuring of Obama-era regulations for reporting and investigating sexual assaults on college campuses.
In response to these changes, Grand Valley State University administration is cautiously reviewing its own policies and preparing to survey the university community for its opinion.
Coke or Pepsi? McDonald’s or Burger King? Cats or dogs? Mom or CEO? These are all questions that seem to be decided with a single answer.
Entering the contest with a 4-0 GLIAC record, the Grand Valley State women’s tennis team looked to remain undefeated against Lake Superior State at home Saturday, Oct. 7.
While illegally downloading textbooks is a somewhat sympathetic crime, stealing music and movies online is never okay.
Grand Valley State University’s Information Technology department sent out a mass email Tuesday, Sept. 26, to all currently enrolled students regarding the copyright laws and policies at GVSU. On average, about four students per week violate copyright laws using a GVSU network.
The Grand Valley State Lakers will face off against the Wayne State Warriors in Detroit this Saturday, Oct. 7. The contest will be the first of three consecutive road games for the Lakers.
Rosa’s Closet, a retail clothing store in East Grand Rapids, donated 15 percent of its total sales Saturday, Sept. 30, to "Crowns of Courage," an ArtPrize project that gives henna tattoos to cancer patients during the event.
To honor international students and Grand Valley State University's sustainability mission, the Padnos International Center (PIC), in conjunction with the Sustainable Agriculture Project (SAP), will host the "Global Grove" event Friday, Oct. 6, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.