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Between Labor Day and Thanksgiving, Grand Valley State University students don't get a formal break from their classes. Unlike at many other colleges that have an official fall break sometime in October to give students a reprieve from their studies, GVSU students have to power through midterms all the way to the official start of the holiday season.
The end of October is often a time when students start to feel burned out. At Grand Valley State University, students go 77 days straight from Labor Day break to Thanksgiving break.
In an effort to make this long stretch easier to endure, Frederick Antczak, dean of GVSU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS), has spent the last few years pushing for some type of fall breather.
Traveling from the "Sunshine State," the Florida Institute of Technology's soccer team (5-3-2) looked to defeat the Grand Valley State Lakers for the second season in a row on a damp Michigan night.
Remember that time we said that the Grand Valley State Lakers football team was rolling?
We’re going to say it again.
The Grand Valley State Lakers football team is rolling.
Michigan and Wisconsin, two swing states in the 2016 presidential election, were allegedly targeted by Facebook ads linked to the Russian government, according to reports released last week.
Richard Schlatter was the winner of ArtPrize Nine's public vote, taking home a $200,000 prize for his portrait of Abraham Lincoln made entirely out of pennies.
Following Grand Valley State University student senate's vote to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day, the Native American Student Association (NASA) organized a celebration event for Monday, Oct. 9.
Each year, the Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies at Grand Valley State University brings in leaders from different fields to share their philosophies and explain their paths to success as part of the "Wheelhouse Talks" series.
The next edition of the Wheelhouse Talks series will take place Friday, Oct. 13, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Richard M. DeVos Center Loosemore Auditorium on the Pew Campus. Dan Varner, president and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit, will be featured with his lecture, “Committed Leadership in Detroit.”
The Grand Valley State women’s rugby club team, one of the best club sports programs at GVSU, has created a promising lead to start the fall season.
Grand Valley State University saw the largest decrease in reports of on-campus rape among public universities in Michigan from 2015 to 2016, according to university crime statistics. The federal Clery Act required public institutions to release campus crime statistics Sunday, Oct. 1.
As part of Grand Valley State University’s 15th annual Fall Arts Celebration, author and historian Jeffrey Chang spoke as the distinguished academic lecturer Monday, Oct. 9, in the L.V. Eberhard Center on the Pew Campus. Chang focused on the key themes of his recent written work, “We Gon’ Be Alright: Race and Resegregation in Today’s America.”
If you’ve been watching the Grand Valley State soccer team this year, you’ll know how important senior Gabriella Mencotti is to her team’s offense and overall success.
Mencotti's efforts on the field haven’t gone unnoticed, as she was named the United Soccer Coaches Division II Player of the Week Tuesday, Oct. 10. The United Soccer Coaches organization is the largest community of soccer coaches in the world.
Grand Valley State University policy states that students do not have a right to record in lectures without permission from the professors. While not all students may know this, GVSU maintains that recording lectures without consent is prohibited.
A hockey team can only be as good as its goalie. The difference between good and elite hockey teams is the quality play of its goalie, especially in high-pressure situations.
Luckily, sophomore Jared Maddock has already proven to be a skilled goalie for the Grand Valley State men's club hockey team (Division II), and his high-quality play could be exactly what GVSU needs to make a deep run in the tournament or even win a national championship.
To continue teaching Grand Valley State University students how to help end sexual assault on campus, the Gayle R. Davis Center for Women and Gender Equity (CWGE) created Peer Education and Prevention (P.E.P.) Talks, a new and interactive bystander intervention training program.
The biennial “Homerathon," a 24-hour event put on by the Grand Valley State University classics department, the Classics Society and Eta Sigma Phi, included the reading and performance of Homer’s "The Iliad," an extended piece of literature that stands at the fountainhead of the Greek literary tradition.
The Grand Valley State men’s club soccer team suffered a disappointing end to their 2016 season, finishing only one spot away from making the playoffs.
With eight added freshmen on the roster and a handful of veteran leaders lost to graduation last year, this year's team is faced with a tougher challenge than what they've experienced in the past.
As long as I have been able to form an opinion on the subject of abortion, I have considered myself to be "pro-choice." This is definitely an unpopular opinion in the conservative area that Grand Valley State University resides in.
Grand Valley State University is bringing award-winning magician Todd Migliacci to the Allendale Campus Thursday, Oct. 12, on the second level of the Kirkhof Center.