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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.
Finals season is upon us, and despite all the stress in the classroom and the days getting colder, there is one thing to look forward to this holiday season: the success of the Grand Valley State men’s Division II club hockey team.
New tax plans always have at least one thing in common: They can’t make everyone happy. The new tax plan proposed by the GOP is no different. Proponents say the bill will help out the middle class, and naysayers believe it will only help the rich. The bill promises corporate tax cuts, new tax brackets and a general overhaul of U.S. tax code. Not all of this sounds bad, but what exactly does this bill mean for students like you and me?
The Grand Valley State University theater program is continuing its performances of "Cabaret" from Thursday, Nov. 30, through Sunday, Dec. 3. The Thursday-Saturday showings are at 7:30 p.m., and the Sunday showing is at 2 p.m.
Privacy and security are key when it comes to the health-care industry. With the many cyber threats and advancements in technology, now is an important time to make sure health-care systems are secure.
To discuss these current threats facing health-care organizations, the Healthcare Professionals Graduate Student Alliance (HPGSA) will be hosting guest speaker Lenny Levy, the vice president and chief information security officer for Spectrum Health. The discussion will be held in Grand Valley State University’s DeVos Center, Room 107C, on Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 30, is the final day for nominations for Grand Valley State University's "I Am Grand Valley" student leadership recognition campaign. Nominations can be submitted by students, faculty and staff.
This year, the Grand Valley State women's basketball team finds itself with four freshmen, six sophomores, two juniors and a single senior.
That senior is starting center Korynn Hincka, a 6-foot-1-inch Swiss army knife on the basketball courts out of Posen, Michigan.
Grand Valley State University’s Swing Dance Club invites everyone to put on their dancing shoes for their 1920s Holiday Dance on Thursday, Dec. 7, in Room 2204 of the Kirkhof Center.
Academia has grown and changed a lot over the years, but pedagogical techniques in the classroom oftentimes seem to be stunted by traditional learning tools, such as assigned readings. I'm not talking about a couple of sections—I'm talking about whole chapters. While reading has always been one of my passions, I believe that the modern college system puts a little too much emphasis on textbooks and reading assignments.
We are living in a time of distress. The news seems to be almost always bad, with stories on shootings, rage, police brutality and ongoing political drama. While these issues aren’t necessarily new, they seem more alive and relevant than ever. While our world is filled with hate, it can be so easy to drown in the bad things. However, as we enter the holidays, I think we all need to do a better job of remembering and being thankful for the simple things in life.
Consent is a topic that is being discussed on college campuses across the country. Students often hear the word "consent," but not everyone may understand the current definition as it relates to sexual assault. The Grand Valley State University chapter of It’s on Us is striving to change that and educate students on how to give, recognize and teach others about consent.
To ensure that all community members feel safe in Grand Rapids, the city commission passed the "Equal Services Regardless of Immigration Status and/or National Origin" policy, which ensures that all community members—regardless of their immigration status—are provided with equal services and their rights are respected.