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The audience waited with bated breath to enjoy a flashback to the 18th century in the Sherman Van Solkema Recital Hall of the Haas Center for Performing Arts on Saturday, Dec. 2. The hour-long recital was performed by the Early Music Ensemble, a Grand Valley State University chamber group that performs pre-classical repertoire.
Grand Valley State University’s newly formed College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI) team will be hosting a competitive poetry slam on Wednesday, Dec. 6, in Area 51 of the Kirkhof Center at 7 p.m. The purpose of the slam is to find more members for the GVSU team to compete in the national CUPSI competition.
Hockey recaps for normal games usually start with the score of the game along with who scored the goals. But this was no normal hockey game for the Grand Valley State men's Division III club team, as this was a game to raise money for brain cancer awareness in support of forward Alex Siroky’s mom. She passed away of brain cancer last year.
All the proceeds from the Lakers' winning game were donated to the American Brain Tumor Association.
The Grand Valley State men's and women's track-and-field teams kicked off their indoor season at home on Friday, Dec. 1, with the Holiday Open held at the Kelly Family Sports Center.
The Holiday Open is the first and only meet that the Lakers participate in before the winter break, but what makes it interesting is the way it's run.
Christmas came early this year for Grand Valley State's swimming and diving as they entered the holiday season.
The Lakers took a quick bus ride to Grand Rapids to compete against eight different schools in the Calvin College Invitational on Thursday, Nov. 30, through Saturday, Dec. 2. GVSU placed first for both men and women over the three-day invitational. The women finished with a total team score of 1,772.5 points, while the men totaled 2,100 points
In order to promote innovation within the West Michigan community, Grand Valley State University challenged community members to come up with solutions to certain problems. On Thursday, Nov. 30, seven winners were selected for their innovative ideas in the Laker Effect Challenge.
The Grand Valley State women’s basketball team opened up its conference season with a thrilling triumph on the road Thursday, Nov. 30, over the Wayne State Warriors 73-67 in overtime. After the game, the Lakers improved to 6-1 (1-0 GLIAC) while knocking the Warriors to 5-2 (0-1 GLIAC).
With house lights on and audience members still moving into the seats of the Louis Armstrong Theatre inside the Haas Center for Performing Arts, two dancers clad in black stood in the aisle, dancing up and down the rows in sync with dance partners across the theater. After their dance, the lights dimmed and the annual Fall Dance Concert began.
You don’t have to be a hard-core comics fan to know that Marvel’s superhero movies (which, in recent years, have transformed into a huge franchise enlisting characters as bizarre as those of the "Guardians of the Galaxy") have been performing better than DC’s attempts to do the same. Unfortunately for DC, the performance of "Justice League" in the box office is a new low for the already less-successful DC Extended University—which is unfortunate, considering how despite its flaws, it’s still a better superhero movie than "Batman v Superman" and its forerunners.
Four members of the Grand Valley State women's soccer team dominated to the point that they were recently recognized with first team United Soccer Coaches All-Region honors in the Midwest Region.
Unless you’re a diehard Detroit Pistons fan, the following statistic may be a complete shock based on your preconceived notions of how this team has performed the past couple of years.
This year’s Pistons’ team is currently in second place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 14-6, which ranks ahead of Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Grand Valley State men’s swimming and diving team finished last season strong by winning the GLIAC Championship. That success has spilled over into this season, as the Lakers have kicked off the year with a 5-0 start.
Since dodgeball was established as a collegiate sport at GVSU in 2006, the university club has won nine national championships, more than any other GVSU athletic sport—varsity or club—in that timespan. The club is looking to continue its winning streak this season.
The Grand Valley State University Police Department recognized the hard work and dedication of Kourosh Khatir on Tuesday, Nov. 7, by promoting him from security manager to captain and assistant director of the Department of Public Safety at GVSU.
There is a link between human and animal health in water, food and more. In fact, human and animal medicines intersect in many ways. The Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research Center (MIPERC) is hosting a team of panelists to explain these connections.
The Health Forum of West Michigan event, “One Health: The Intersection of Animal and Human Health,” will take place Friday, Dec. 1, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at Grand Valley State University’s DeVos Center in the Loosemore Auditorium.
Grand Valley State University's production of "Cabaret" offers disturbingly relevant commentary on the current social and political climate in the U.S.
Despite the reality that thousands of college students are sexually active, the topic is not often openly discussed, which can lead to a lack of sexual education among college students.
To combat miseducation and to advocate for safe sex, students from Grand Valley State University’s LIB 326 course, "Sexuality, Justice and Advocacy," will be is hosting the Get Sex(Ed) Resource Fair, the university’s first peer-led sexuality-education-resource fair.
As the semester is coming to a close, many Grand Valley State University students are finding themselves extremely fatigued, overwhelmed with final-exam preparation and searching for any shred of energy they have left to finish strong.
Some students come to college with a major in mind and stick to that major, but sometimes college opens new doors and ignites new passions, sending students down a different path than the one they had initially planned out.
Grand Valley State University junior Maria McKee never thought she would seriously pursue creative writing when she came to college. After taking an introduction to creative writing class, however, her professor encouraged her to take more writing classes, and a couple of years later, she won a national award for her poetry.
Paul Plotkowski, dean of Grand Valley State University’s Seymour and Esther Padnos College of Engineering and Computing, won the MFG Talent Champion award at the MFG Excellence Awards Gala in Lansing, Michigan, on Thursday, Nov. 9. The award is given by the Michigan Manufacturing Association.