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FOLLOWING OUR PASSIONS

Published 09/02/15 11:29pm

At Grand Valley State University, students are encouraged to explore a multitude of interests and passions.


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A note to our readers

Welcome back to campus, Lakers! We're sure you're glad to be back, and we're equally excited to be able to return to providing the Grand Valley State University community with news twice a week. 

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A REASONABLE TUITION RAISE

While no student wants to see their tuition bill go up, the Lanthorn recognizes that for the 2015-16 school year, it could have been a lot worse. The Grand Valley State University Board of Trustees approved raising tuition a flat 3 percent, which is below the state-imposed cap of 3.2 percent for public universities.

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EXPANDING THE MIND

The summer sun has finally come out to shine on Michigan, and we're all glad for a break from the stressful, nonstop regimen of the academic year. 

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GROWING PAINS

If the number of students keeps increasing, GVSU will never be able to catch up. More buildings and students isn't necessarily a negative thing, but perhaps all the effort the university is putting into attracting new students could be better served by focusing on the students that GVSU already has.

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LOOKING NORTH

The Lanthorn and its staff is no stranger to criticism from administration. However, there has been a concerning trend occurring at NMU in regards to how its student newspaper, The North Wind, has been treated.

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NEW LEADERSHIP

Cabinet members for the 2015-16 school year were voted on during Thursday's meeting of the Student Senate.

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SCHOLARLY RESEARCH

Students had the opportunity to showcase their creative works and scholarly research at the annual Grand Valley State University Student Scholars Day on Wednesday.

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CULTURAL LEARNING

Broadening your experiences is necessary because it helps with understanding other cultures and be less prone to bias.

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