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It’s been four years since the Grand Valley State men’s golf team welcomed its new head coach Gary Bissell. With four years of rebuilding to try to find the right recruits for the ideal five-man rotation, the GVSU team has finally molded itself into one of the best teams in Michigan.
For the team members, they believe the best time to win is right now.
Joining a program that carries as much prestige as Grand Valley State women’s soccer can bring a lot of pressure. After all, the team has won 12 straight GLIAC championships and has been to four consecutive national championship games.
However, freshman Cecilia Steinwascher sees things differently.
The Engine House No. 5 Museum, in association with nonprofit organizations, will be putting on the Allendale Fall Festival Saturday, Sept. 23. The festival will showcase a variety of activities, including a 5K run, a car show and a free tour of the Engine House No. 5 Museum.
This year, several Grand Valley State University community members are participating in ArtPrize. Here's a breakdown of some of the faculty, alumni and students who are entering their original pieces in the competition.
The annual "Battle of the Valleys" is about to begin. Not only will Grand Valley State University and Saginaw Valley State University be going head-to-head out on the football field, but they will also be competing in the annual fundraising event.
The lawns of Grand Valley State University will be transformed this weekend for the celebration of the 22nd annual Renaissance Festival.
In life, as students and as people, we are constantly hearing. We communicate with others, we listen to lectures and a lot of us have music playing when we do homework. But I have a question for you: How often do you really, truly listen?
On Monday, Sept. 11, I and many other students received a timely warning about a sexual assault that had occurred on campus two nights prior. In that moment of reading, I remember feeling disgusted (how could four people just stand there and watch?), pessimistic (there must be hundreds of guys on campus who meet that description) and afraid (haven’t I walked back to my own dorm right around then?).
I’ve thought a lot about protesting recently. While I do know that it is important to stand up for what’s right, I also believe that there are times when it’s better to not make a public display of something that doesn’t need to be brought to everyone’s attention. So the question is, where’s the fine line between these two viewpoints?
Grand Valley State University will host its annual Family Weekend from Friday, Sept. 22, through Sunday, Sept. 24. This year's theme is "Valley of Colors," as the weekend of events coincides with ArtPrize in Grand Rapids.
Grand Valley State University’s student senate discussed the resolution to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day at the Thursday, Sept. 14, general assembly in preparation to vote on the topic at this week’s meeting.
On an unusually hot afternoon—80 degrees even—in Houghton, Michigan, the No.12 ranked Grand Valley State Lakers defeated the Michigan Tech Huskies Saturday, Sep. 16, by a score of 42-7.
For the the ninth time, the Paleo-Olympics were held at Grand Valley State University Friday, Sept. 15. The annual event showcased medieval armor, a reenactment of medieval battle, hieroglyphics and pottery reassembling, all with the goal of bringing the past to the present.
This last week has been rough for the U.S. It is impossible not to acknowledge the devastation that has occurred due to the hurricanes, fires and related issues currently ravaging our planet.
People are without food, water, shelter and other things that we consider to be basic human rights. People are scared, and rightfully so, but it’s not just the U.S. that is suffering these losses, as much of the world is under attack.
College is designed to be the environment where careers are built, spouses are courted and lifelong friends are made. The person you sit next to on the bus today could very well be a fellow co-founder of a business venture one day, and any number of avenues may open up from our time at Grand Valley State University.
But what about for those of us who spend the entire bus ride looking through a glass window to the world that is held in our hands without ever bothering to look out the window of the bus, let alone allowing ourselves the opportunity for a chance encounter or intriguing conversation with one of the people sitting nearby?
At the Grand Valley State University student senate general assembly Thursday, Sept. 14, senators who favored replacing Columbus Day at GVSU with Indigenous Peoples Day were met with unexpected resistance from their peers.
Dr. Lilia Fernandez, an associate professor at Ohio State University and Rutgers University, will be visiting Grand Valley State University to speak for a Hispanic Heritage Celebration event.
The event, “Why Your History Matters: The Latino Experience in the Midwest,” will take place Wednesday, Sept. 20, from 3 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. in Room 2204 of the Kirkhof Center.
To address students’ lack of library service use, Kyle Felker, digital initiatives librarian at Grand Valley State University, set out on a "quest" to develop an app that would enable students to learn more about library resources and have fun while doing it.
The Grand Valley State University Marching Band entered its 41st year of performance this fall. The band features more than 200 members who perform at Laker football games and other events in the Grand Rapids community.