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Tensions have been high since the 2016 presidential election: protests are occurring more and more frequently; a constant stream of White House leaks have been dominating everyone’s weekly news; and, for some reason, Nazis have been reintroduced into the U.S.’ modern political scene.
In the U.S., we are frequently exposed to stories about powerful men taking advantage of their places in their respective industries. From clothing CEOs like Dov Charney to conservative television hosts like Bill O’Reilly, every once in a while, the public is rocked by news of lawsuits and sexual harassment claims, which are sometimes followed by celebrities and colleagues of the accused publicly condemning their actions.
Every 10 years, Grand Valley State University must be reviewed in order to reaffirm its accreditation. For the university, that happens to be next year.
At its weekly general assembly Thursday, Oct. 12, GVSU's student senate discussed the university's impending review by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
Jack Mangala, professor of political science at Grand Valley State University, recently received a scholarship from the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL), one of Belgium’s largest French-speaking universities, to research and present his findings under the Louvain Global College of Law Fellowship.
Grand Valley State University President Thomas Haas led a group of students, faculty and alumni on a two-mile walk through GVSU’s Allendale Campus for the annual "Walk with the President" Friday, Oct. 13.
On Monday, Oct. 16, Grand Valley State University will host a lecture featuring Adam Shingwak Khalil (Ojibway), a Michigan-native filmmaker and artist who focuses on undermining the traditional forms of ethnography in his work through humor transgression and relation.
On Saturday, Oct. 14, Grand Valley State University issued a campus-wide safety notice alerting the university community of a reported rape that occurred near the Allendale Campus.
Taking inspiration from Mexican artist Elina Chauvet, the Grand Valley State University department of modern languages and literatures, in conjunction with other GVSU departments and community organizations, will be hosting the installation for the Red Shoes Project Saturday, Oct. 21, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
As October is setting in, the tricks are coming out. Grand Valley State University’s Spotlight Productions hosted Todd Migliacci, award-winning magician, in the Kirkhof Center Grand River Room Thursday, Oct. 12.
Silence floods the performance hall at Caledonia High School. With only a swift motion from the conductor, the space fills with a single, resonating note to begin Beethoven’s “Egmont Overture.” As the formerly separate chamber and symphony orchestras unite, the annual Grand Valley State University "Side by Side Concert" blends the high school and collegiate musicians.
Every fall, as the academic year fully kicks into gear, students have a huge workload to worry about. One thing they should not have to worry about, however, is finding something to eat.
The puck sadly didn’t slide Grand Valley State’s way this weekend.
The undefeated start to the season came to a halt when the GVSU men's club hockey team (Division II) lost to the White Tigers of Trine University 3-2 Friday, Oct. 13, and 4-3 Saturday, Oct. 14.
After winning their first two games of the season, the Grand Valley State women’s club hockey team suffered their first loss against Michigan State Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Georgetown Ice Center.
With a combined career record of 80-7-4 (39-1-1 GLIAC), three trips to the NCAA Championship Finals and two National Championship victories, the No. 4-ranked Grand Valley State soccer team’s seven seniors have been a pivotal part of the program’s acclaimed success.
Over the course of the semester, numerous Grand Valley State University faculty members have discovered students utilizing class notes beyond the traditional use of studying. Rather, students are using their Blackboard accounts or university emails to solicit notes through various online vendors, such as StudySoup.
The No. 7 Grand Valley State football team took to the road for their second of three straight road games and soundly beat their out-of-conference opponent Truman State, now 1-6 (1-3 GLVC), with a final score of 42-7. The victory is the sixth in a row for GVSU as they improve to 6-1 (5-0 GLIAC).
With midterm season upon students at Grand Valley State University, a night out enjoying a live performance may offer a nice break.
Students at GVSU are invited to attend the musical event “A Kurt Weill Cabaret,” hosted in the Betty Van Andel Opera Center, which will run from Thursday, Oct. 19, to Saturday, Oct. 21.
After the final whistle blew at the No. 4-ranked Grand Valley State soccer (12-2, 6-0 GLIAC) contest against Purdue University Northwest (0-11, 0-7 GLIAC), one team recorded a staggering 50 shots, while the other team had zero.
Luckily for the Lakers, they were the team bringing the high-shooting numbers, dominating on all cylinders during the team’s 9-0 victory over Purdue-Northwest under the lights at home Friday, Oct. 13. Out of the Lakers’ 50 shots, 26 of them were shots on goal.
The Grand Valley State women’s tennis team kept their undefeated record intact against Tiffin and Ashland universities this past weekend.
Grand Valley State football running backs Marty Carter and Bryce Young-Walls met with Lanthorn football reporter Brady McAtamney after practice to showcase their personalities and relationship with each other, as well as to discuss movies, Madden and nicknames.