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In 1962 the Grand Haven Musical Fountain was put up for display. Initially, it only showcased a small amount of talent. Now, 55 years later, the fountain is fully equipped with sound effects, a small ligh show and several water effects.
The Grand Valley State women’s golf team traveled to Houston, Texas, to participate in the Dallas Baptist NCAA 2018 Preview Monday, Sept. 25, and Tuesday, Sept. 26.
The Lakers took fifth place as a team, finishing behind Nova Southeastern University, Dallas Baptist University, St. Mary’s University and Tarleton State.
Sometimes it’s not about how you start, but how you finish.
The Grand Valley State men’s golf team had to take that motto to heart this past weekend, as they finished third at the Findlay Fall Invitational Tournament in Findlay, Ohio, Sunday, Sept. 24, and Monday, Sept. 25.
Grand Valley State University welcomed Dr. Antonia Novello Wednesday, Sept. 27, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Novello was the first woman, and the first Hispanic, to be appointed the 14th surgeon general of the U.S. Public Health Service in 1990
What started as an individual utilizing a very public platform to express his concern with racial injustices, like many other civil rights leaders of the past, has resulted in a raging U.S. president spitting demands and repercussions.
Grand Valley State University football wide receiver Brandon Bean sat down with Lanthorn football reporter Brady McAtamney to discuss entering his final Battle of the Valleys contest, his favorite moments at GVSU and his stance about the recent NFL protests.
Grand Valley State University's Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, in partnership with the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum, is set to host its second biennial "Character and the Presidency" event.
Former Grand Valley State football offensive lineman Tim Lelito found himself another job after the Detroit Lions signed the four-year veteran Tuesday, Sept. 26.
At the Undergraduate Research Fair, happening Tuesday, Oct. 3, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Kirkhof Center Grand River Room, Grand Valley State University students will be able to speak with GVSU faculty and staff about doing a research project.
Looking back now, it’s hard to picture myself as a freshman in college. I can remember the exploration of campus, choosing classes and being overwhelmed by all of the new people, but it still feels like a whole other world. Even now, I can’t believe that a young girl like me was asked to choose her whole future at that moment in time.
According to statistics from the Grand Valley State University 2017 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, released Monday, Sept. 25, the reported number of on-campus rapes went down from 2015 to 2016.
The resolution to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day was passed at the Thursday, Sept. 21, general assembly of the Grand Valley State University student senate. The vote took place after several community members stood to speak during the public comment period, as well as several minutes of statements of support from senate members.
The Grand Valley State football squad did not disappoint in its game against Northwood Saturday, Sept. 23, as part of GVSU's annual Family Weekend.
Two local businesses will host “Rock the Runway,” a charity fashion show benefiting the Helen Devos Children’s Hospital, Thursday, Sept. 28, at 6 p.m. Dutton General Store and Myrtle Mae’s Chic Boutique will be showcasing clothing from their own stores at The Golf Club at Thornapple in Grand Rapids.
Grand Valley State University is in its final stages of putting together its first-ever Wellness Summit. The event is free and will take place Wednesday, Oct. 4, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the second floor of the Kirkof Center.
In the past few weeks, Grand Valley State University has sent out both a timely warning email and a safety notice email, alerting community members of an on-campus sexual assault and an attempted off-campus sexual assault, respectively. Both of these alerts described the perpetrators as groups of men, not lone predators. Perhaps more shockingly, in the case of the first timely warning, only one of the men was accused of assaulting the victim in question, while the rest of the men were merely observers who later ran away.
By merely setting aside an hour out of the day, Grand Valley State University students have the potential to save three lives by donating blood to the Michigan Blood bus drive.
Each year during the fall season, Grand Valley State University students gather together for a feast to celebrate locally grown food. They share a potluck-style meal while basking in the sun at the Sustainable Agriculture Project (SAP) located at GVSU’s Wesley House.
Grand Valley State University alumna Samantha Wint credits her study abroad experience with changing the course of her entire life. Now, living and teaching in Tanzania, married to a Tanzanian man and mothering their son, Wint traces it all back to her experience at GVSU, the professors and faculty members she met here, and the time she wandered into a study abroad fair on campus.
The Grand Valley State men’s club lacrosse team opened its 2017 season with a home-field advantage against Oakland Friday, Sept. 22.
The Lakers started the season off strong, ending the fourth quarter in a 17-6 victory against the Grizzlies.