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Grand Valley State University’s Campus for Consent is bringing Sarah Omicioli, a prevention and education specialist from Safe Haven Ministries in Grand Rapids, to campus to discuss domestic violence, consent, bystander intervention and stalking. Omicioli will give her presentation Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. in the Kirkhof Center, Room 2204.
In 2014, a group of Grand Valley State University engineering students created the GVSU Formula Racing Team. What started as a small number of students with a vision is now flourishing into a robust machine.
Development is officially underway for a new transit system between Allendale and Grand Rapids. The Laker Line initiative received federal funding on Friday, Feb. 9. This latest project is meant to improve transportation between GVSU’s Allendale and Pew campuses.
Diversity on a college campus can make or break a student’s experience at a university. Recognizing this, the Grand Valley State University Sigma Pi fraternity Theta Rho chapter (Sigma Pi) has big plans to show what diversity means to them by giving back to the GVSU community.
For students with ideas they hope might improve the world, there are many competitions that can help along the way. Currently, four Grand Valley State University students are in the running to win $30,000 to develop these ideas.
Laker Effect Challenge returns to campus
When one thinks of hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), they often don’t think about being courteous.
Grand Valley State University’s student chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) recently celebrated the national organization's 109 years of civil rights service and advocacy. The event took place in the Kirkhof Center Thornapple Room on Monday, Feb. 12.
'Taste of Soul' being held Friday, Feb. 16
According to Grand Valley State senior point guard Chris Dorsey, there was only one mentality that he—and the rest of the men’s basketball team—had coming into the Saturday, Feb. 10, matchup against Davenport University: revenge.
GVSU women’s basketball tops Davenport 56-47
Coming into their matchup against the Wayne State Warriors on Thursday, Feb. 8, at the DeltaPlex Arena, the Grand Valley State men’s basketball team knew exactly what to expect from the GLIAC rival: physicality.
With the winter 2018 semester almost halfway over, it's time for returning Grand Valley State University students to begin thinking about the next academic year. Aside from scheduling classes, GVSU students can also look to get civically engaged on campus. One way to do this is by participating in the upcoming student senate elections, whether by running for an open seat or voting.
The Grand Valley State University Asian Student Union upheld its annual tradition of celebrating the New Year festivals of various cultures with the Asian New Year Festival on Saturday, Feb. 10.
It’s been a long road for the Grand Valley State swimming and diving teams, but this week is the time to shift gears and focus.
For a lot of people, the traditional interview question "Where do you see yourself in the next five years?" can be difficult to answer.
Headlines about White House staff members losing their positions aren’t really “news” at this point in the administration's duration, but the recent departure of secretary Rob Porter and speechwriter James Sorenson after allegations of domestic abuse merits genuine attention. President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Saturday, Feb. 10, with his take on what he seems to see as a continuation of the political landscape we’ve been living in since The New York Times published the original accusations against Harvey Weinstein back in October.
As the shrinking group of people who are still deeply invested in "Harry Potter" probably already knows, there’s a new movie written by J.K. Rowling coming out this November called "The Crimes of Grindelwald." Despite being named for an entirely different character, the film will apparently be giving a lot of focus to everyone’s favorite absentminded headmaster, exploring “how Dumbledore becomes Dumbledore.”
The truth is, being bilingual or multilingual can only be a good thing. There are benefits of speaking more than one language beyond the fact that doing so makes it is easier to travel. Multilingual versus monolingual brains have certain differences. As expressed in the TEDEd video by Mia Nacamulli called “The Benefits of a Bilingual Brain," it has been proven that adults who speak more than one language confront problems well and exhibit less emotional bias.
The U.S. that we all know and love (at least most of the time) has been built off one very important thing: immigration. Most of the nation's citizens are descendants of people who immigrated to the country, many of whom didn’t do so politely or legally. Yes, I’m talking to you, Andrew Jackson. Our Founding Fathers were not even familiar with the idea of illegal immigration because during the 18th century, it simply did not exist. Still, this era was a pivotal time for our country as a whole, and it makes me wonder when immigration became so bad.