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For Grand Valley State University community members interested in other cultures, the Grand Rapids Latin American Film Festival (GRLAFF) may offer an exciting and entertaining means of learning.
The festival runs from Friday, April 6, through Sunday, April 8, at the Wealthy Street Theatre in Grand Rapids. Along with diverse films, there will also be authentic Latin American food. The festival is LIB 100- and 201-approved.
The Grand Valley State men's golf team earned a fourth-place finish at the UW-Parkside Spring Invitational down in Columbus, Indiana, after carding rounds of 286 and 293 for a two-day total of 579 (+3). The event started Sunday, April 1, and ended Monday, April 2.
The Grand Valley State University Sustainable Agriculture Project (SAP) will host its annual spring open-house event, this year called “Spring Thing: Exhale,” on Saturday, April 7, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Holton-Hooker Learning and Living Center Multipurpose Room.
The Grand Valley State University Board of Trustees has selected search firm Storbeck, Pimentel and Associates (SPA) to aid the presidential search advisory committee (PSAC) in locating a replacement for GVSU's fourth president, Thomas Haas.
Each year, students at Grand Valley State University have to make the choice of whether to live on campus or not. To accommodate a large number of fall and summer students living on campus, GVSU has allocated funds to apartments and more beds.
As Grand Valley State University officials have made ending sexual assault on campus a priority, one student organization is holding an event on the subject. On Thursday, April 5, GVSU’s Campus for Consent will team up with Kandace Williams, a graduate assistant in the Gayle R. Davis Center for Women and Gender Equity, for a round-table discussion that will tackle the topic of rape culture.
Reggae is one of those genres of music that practically everyone enjoys. Soon, West Michigan residents will be able to enjoy some reggae performed by Roots of Creation at The Stache in downtown Grand Rapids on Tuesday, April 17, at 7 p.m.
Gustavo Rondón Córdova is a filmmaker from Venezuela whose films “La Familia” and “El Amparo” will be featured in the Grand Rapids Latin American Film Festival on Saturday, April 7. On Thursday, April 5, Rondón Córdova will be visiting a Grand Valley State University classroom to present his work and share his experience as a filmmaker. During his presentation, Rondón Córdova will show clips of his films while sharing the progression of editing a scene or two.
Grand Valley State University is actively pursuing opportunities to diversify its campus and give students a global perspective. As part of this initiative, each semester, GVSU will host international students sponsored through the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) student exchange program.
As Opening Day in Major League Baseball was celebrated throughout the U.S. (and Ontario), the Grand Valley State baseball team finally made its way into Allendale for their first home series of the 2018 season.
The Lakers welcomed Tiffin University to the GVSU baseball field on Thursday, March 29, with a drubbing in game one of a doubleheader, defeating the Dragons 13-3 before starting up a 3-2 loss that had to be finished on Friday, March 30, due to darkness.
The Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center at Grand Valley State University has organized a talk on queer criminology that will take place Tuesday, April 3, at 4 p.m. in the Kirkhof Center, Room 2266.
Grand Valley State University’s club To Write Love on Her Arms, which doubles as a nonprofit organization, held a "Breaking Down Walls" event to discuss the stigmas surrounding mental illness.
Growing up, I watched a lot of feminists get very angry about Barbies. Most of them were from TV shows or movies—sympathetic but satirized versions of the real-life women who were probably more angry about pay gaps and workplace harassment than the measurements of a doll’s waistline.
Is screen time always a bad thing? I guess that’s a subjective question in itself, but from the majority of news stations, parents and professionals, the answer seems to be overwhelmingly “yes."
Sadly, the greatest month in all of sports has come to a close.
This March has been one of the maddest in recent memory, featuring many buzzer beaters; the one overall seed getting blown out by 16-seed UMBC; and 11-seed Loyola-Chicago making a shocking run to the Final Four with phenomenal ball movement, excellent shooting and possibly a little divine help from above.
Local members of the West Michigan community, including current students, came together at the "March for Our Lives" to call on representatives in Congress to address what they see as ineffective gun-control legislation.
Mark Richards, chair of the political science department at Grand Valley State University, sees the student activism displayed in the "March for Our Lives" as an opportunity to get students more involved in politics and more civically engaged.
The Student Academic Success Center (SASC) at Grand Valley State University will soon be a thing of the past, at least in its current form. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Center is in the process of merging with SASC in a move that some say will allow for a more effective use of both centers.
This weekend was nothing short of disappointing for the Grand Valley State men’s tennis team.
The Lakers lost against Northwood University 6-3 on Friday, March 30, and could not redeem themselves against Ferris State on a 7-2 decision on Saturday, March 31.
After playing their first seven games on the road, the Grand Valley State women’s lacrosse team returned to Allendale to take on a GLIAC rival on Thursday, March 29. The No. 16 Lakers took on the University of Indianapolis, the No. 8 team in Division II. The Lakers came in to this matchup looking to make a statement, and that is exactly what they did.
Grand Valley State University student senators voted against supporting a proposal for a smoke-free campus Thursday, March 29.