GVL / Dylan McIntyre. Tuesday, February 20, 2018. Domestic Violence and Stalking lecture hosted by Safe Haven Ministries and Campus For Consent.

Campus for Consent hosts event on domestic violence

“Are you going to survive the night?" This is a question that Sarah Omicioli, a prevention and education specialist at Safe Haven Ministries, must ask women, children and teenagers who are being domestically abused. Omicioli delivered a lecture on domestic abuse Tuesday, Feb. 20, in the Kirkhof Center Pere Marquette Room to a crowd of about 40 people, most of whom were Grand Valley State University Students.

GVL / Luke Holmes - President T. Haas introduces the keynote speaker in the Fieldhouse Arena on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Search for full-time GVSU victim advocate underway

In a recent email sent to students, Grand Valley State University President Thomas Haas announced a number of reviews and changes being made by the university to improve safety and address sexual assault on campus. Among these efforts was an announcement that GVSU is searching for a new full-time victim advocate. 

GVL / Courtesy - bornclinic.com

Wheelhouse Talks series returning to campus

The Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies' Wheelhouse Talks series is returning to Grand Valley State University. The series was created to give mentors the opportunity to share advice on how to be a leader in the workplace. For this upcoming talk, the owner and operator of Born Preventive Health Care Clinic, Tammy Born, will speak Friday, Feb. 23, at the L.V. Eberhard Center on GVSU’s Pew Campus. 

GVL/Kevin Sielaff - Euphoria acappella group performs during the TEDxGVSU event held in Grand Valley's Cook-DeWitt Center on Friday, Feb. 24, 2017.

TEDxGVSU returns for second installment

TEDxGVSU is proud to announce its second idea-sharing event meant to spur creative thought and discussion on March 16 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the DeVos Center Loosemore Auditorium. The event will bring together a number of students and faculty members from different disciplines and will highlight special projects being worked on by local scholars and professionals.  

GVL / Dylan McIntyre. Thursday, February 8th, 2018. Student Senate.

Student senate to host week of activities ahead of elections

As the end of the winter semester at Grand Valley State University approaches, so does the time for electing new senators and cabinet members for the GVSU student senate. To help create excitement for the upcoming elections, as well as provide necessary information to those interested in running for an open seat, student senate will be hosting Student Senate Week beginning Monday, Feb. 26.  


GVS(You) Week a chance to recognize donors

Grand Valley State University has been the recipient of many donations over the years. In an effort to bring awareness to those who have generously given in the past, the Future Alumni Association will be hosting GVS(You) Week, which focuses on teaching students about the importance of philanthropy in local communities. The events will begin Monday, Feb. 19, and will include writing thank-you notes to those who have given and continue to give to the university. 

GVL / Courtesy - Kambriana Gates, GVSU student, received a Passport Scholarship and studied abroad in South Africa for the summer of 2017.

Padnos International Center to hold passport fair

At Grand Valley State University, a passport fair happens once per semester to provide students a quick and easy opportunity to file for and/or renew their passports right on campus, and passport scholarships are awarded to students with financial needs. This year’s passport fair will be held Tuesday, Feb. 27, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Kirkhof Center Grand River Room