Are you looking for something fun to do this May now that school is finished? If so, look no further than the Lanthorn.
Have you ever imagined hanging out, receiving a personal birthday phone call or receiving a signed gift from your favorite musician? Singer Teddy Geiger, who took the stage at the Intersection in Grand Rapids on May 5, satisfied these requests and more to fund his newest album “The Last Fears” with Pledge Music.
Follow the yellow brick road! Grand Valley State University’s Homecoming theme has been chosen for the 2013 school year, and the winner is “The Wizard of Oz: There’s No Place Like the Valley.”
The process of choosing a Homecoming theme was entirely student-driven.
Members and alumni of Grand Valley State University’s Dance Company will team up with dancers from the Grand Rapids community in this year’s performance of Trip the Light: Mythical on May 11 at the Wealthy Theatre.
It’s about to be Woodstock all over again. On May 16, the Pyramid Scheme is hosting six bands featuring local artists from familiar names such as Valentiger, Blue Molly and Flashing Blue Lights. The show, organized by Grand Valley State University alumnus Eric Kehoe, will benefit Well House, a Grand Rapids nonprofit organization.
Mazeltov! To the only person we know who can control a computer from their phone.
The Grand Valley State University senior photography students aren’t required to show their work in the thesis exhibit before graduating. If their projects aren’t fully developed, or ready to be displayed, they won’t even be allowed to participate in the showcase.
Watch out Grand Rapids, there is a new music venue in West Michigan. And with an Allendale location, it’s only a few minutes away from Grand Valley State University’s campus, which is perfect for targeting its main audience – students.
For the first time, the Grand Valley State University Chamber Orchestra will be going to London on April 29 for a weeklong performance tour across England to showcase their hard work and collaboration with faculty members.
Childhood slowly falls through the fingers of a college student as they grow up, becoming a memory as their wild ideas and imagination are washed away.
When Grand Valley State University senior Robert McFletcher was in sixth grade, his teacher asked him to write a letter to himself, including what he wanted to be after graduating from college and why.
Kathryn Willis, a senior at Grand Valley State University and editor-in-chief of fishladder, has been on the staff of the student literary magazine since her freshman year.
The standard personal introduction of “Hello,” a handshake and maybe an awkward smile is formal and boring. It lacks creativity and intimacy, and Elizabeth Uitvlugt wanted to do something about it.
Now celebrating its fifth year, Art.Downtown. continues to bring community members together with hundreds of local artists.
When Lindsay Fisher and Brent Westrick entered the foundation classes in Grand Valley State University’s art and design program, they didn’t think the road to their senior showcase would arrive so quickly.
Fisher, a metalsmith major, and Westrick, a ceramics major, spent hours working on their pieces for the gallery, which runs until April 12.
They practiced their problem-solving skills as they tried to piece together the Padnos Art Gallery showcase of their work.
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