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

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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St. Patrick's Day safety

A lot of St. Patrick's Day celebrations are held at public institutions, which means there will be a lot of eyes on you. If you are going to a celebratory event, such as Irish on Ionia, think about those who could be in attendance around you. Professors, friends, co-workers? Possible LinkedIn contacts or the love of your life?

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PROFESSORS ARE PEOPLE, TOO

On Feb. 26, Grand Valley State University's myGVSU Campus Climate Survey data began to be analyzed by the Division of Inclusion and Equity. The study collected student, faculty and staff feelings and thoughts about a range of topics, including how welcome they felt on campus and how happy they are to be part of the Laker community.

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SHOW US THE MONEY

Recently, as seen in the article HEADLINE HERE, the Grand Valley State University Student Senate sent three senators to Lansing to speak with representatives about funding appropriations.

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WON'T YOU BE OUR NEIGHBOR?

On Feb. 12, the Grand Valley State University Board of Trustees approved a construction plan for GVSU's Medical Mile expansion on the property that falls in the Grand Rapids neighborhood called Belknap Lookout. In Drew Howard's article, "New health campus plans approved amid controversy," the article elaborates on the deal reached between GVSU, the city of Grand Rapids and the neighborhood itself.

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