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Fun and games

By MARISSA LAPORTE Published 08/24/15 12:20am

Moving back to campus doesn’t mean that the summer fun has come to an end. In order to welcome new students and welcome back returning Lakers, the start of Grand Valley State University’s fall semester is kicking off with a bash.


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Summer internship

Internships can provide a lot of experience for students who are looking to expand their talents.

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"Big Queer Lunch" offers safe space

"Big Queer Lunch" offers safe space

Swarms of new students have finally started to move in and returning students are coming back to Grand Valley State University. Whether they are first-year students or fourth-year students, something that every student understands is trying to build a sense of community during their first few weeks in a new place.

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Starting healthy habits

As the school year rolls into motion, Grand Valley State University’s Campus Recreation invites students to attend the fifth annual Rec Fest, an event that aims to expose students to the array of opportunities that GVSU’s Campus Rec has to offer.

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Lakers visit Cannes Film Festival

Lakers visit Cannes Film Festival

For many students, more learning happens outside the classroom than in it. For 14 Grand Valley State University students, that valuable real-world experience came to be at the Cannes Film Festival.

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Weaving empowerment

Weaving empowerment

Creating art can be liberating, but its empowering capabilities aren’t only limited to those who produce it.

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Life after cancer

Life after cancer

College is hard enough on its own, but there are some members of the Laker community that are facing college on top of battling cancer.

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Alumni team to take part in River Bank Run

Alumni team to take part in River Bank Run

The Grand Valley State University Alumni Association works with GVSU alumni to engage in events in their local communities, whether it is through volunteer work or social events.

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