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THIS WILL NOT BE TOLERATED

THIS WILL NOT BE TOLERATED


LANTHORN EDITORIAL BOARD | 04/21/16 12:02am

The fact that someone identified as being a Nazi should be incredibly alarming to all Lakers.


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CELEBRATION FOR ALL

CELEBRATION FOR ALL

On Friday, the religious studies program at Grand Valley State University teamed up with the Kaufman Interfaith Institute to coordinate an on-campus celebration for the first-ever celebration of Holi, a Hindu celebration that welcomes spring by having participants throw colored powder and water on each other.

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GETTING FRESH

GETTING FRESH

Grand Valley State University has been recognized nationwide for its sustainable practices. Our library has energy-efficient windows, our trash is sorted into three categories, the campus features LEED-certified buildings and the Lanthorn is printed on 100 percent compostable paper. To add to our list of sustainable efforts, GVSU's Farmers Market will be opening in June, presenting a unique opportunity for Lakers.

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A HEALTHY DOSE OF COMPETITION

A HEALTHY DOSE OF COMPETITION

Thirty-nine candidates ran for student senate election this year. After the votes were tallied, it was announced that all of the candidates would be joining the senate for 2016-17, with five additional, unfilled seats.

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WALKING THE WALK

WALKING THE WALK

As college students, we can sometimes get stuck in our own bubble. Attempting to balance a heavy academic schedule, extracurricular activities and social lives, it can be easy to forget about the needs around us.

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STAYING COMMITTED TO MENTAL HEALTH

STAYING COMMITTED TO MENTAL HEALTH

Dealing with full loads of classes, exams and projects while maintaining a healthy social life, body and mind can be a lot for someone to deal with.

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Parking pandemonium no more

Parking pandemonium no more

In September, the Lanthorn Editorial Board wrote an editorial titled "Not enough parking spots," which detailed our grievances with the parking system at Grand Valley State University. 

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HEEDING OTHER HOLIDAYS

HEEDING OTHER HOLIDAYS

It's no secret that Grand Valley State University isn't very diverse — racially, economically or religiously. We're doing better now than we ever have before, but there's still a lot of work to be done.

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MAKING LAKERS PROUD

MAKING LAKERS PROUD

For students lucky enough to have the opportunity to study abroad during their college career, time spent in another country provides an opportunity to branch out, experience new things and most importantly, make a difference.

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Prioritizing student needs

Prioritizing student needs

The Grand Valley State University student senate has control over what happens to over $1 million of the Student Life Fund. Even without looking at the details of where this money is going, anyone can see that's a large chunk of cash, one that comes with a lot of responsibility.

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