editorial

Laker nation will rebound after tough losses

The football team lost to rival Ferris State 47-32 at Lubbers Stadium in the NCAA Division II Quarterfinal. The Lakers were the top seed in their region. The soccer team lost 3-2 to Western Washington in the NCAA National Championship two days after defeating Columbus State in the National Semifinal (Thursday, Dec. 1) in Kansas City, Missouri. The Lakers were going for their fourth straight national championship, which would have tied the longest streak in NCAA history.

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Play by the parking rules

Parking services knows more than anyone why people have an issue with campus parking. They hear the complaints that students aren't about to spend the money to not have a guaranteed spot and they listen when students, faculty, staff and community members urge them to develop more parking spaces.

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Staying civil over Thanksgiving dinner

Thanksgiving is a lot of things. It's a time to catch up on sleep, eat good food for a change and an opportunity to spend time with family members you haven't seen in a while. However, when you put together several generations of people right after a controversial presidential election and stuff them full of turkey and liquid courage, that's a recipe for familial fighting.

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Fighting for equal funding

The Grand Valley State University Board of Trustees approved the allocation of $46.5 million for an 84,000 square feet building and parking development during its meeting Friday, Nov. 4. The new building will be constructed at the corner of Lafayette Avenue and Hastings Street on the Medical Mile.

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