After 18 months of planning and preparation to travel 3,500 miles, Grand Valley State University’s New Music Ensemble will set off for a National Parks Tour starting June 29.
Acting as one of the most prominent faculty-led and student sanctioned event management programs internationally, Grand Valley State University selected 16 Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) students to attend the 69th annual Festival de Cannes.
Traveling around the state, performing for young music students and answering some outrageous questions, the saxophone studio at Grand Valley State University is continuing their work this summer with an outreach tour for elementary school, middle school and high school band programs.
Independence is often viewed as a vital factor to surviving day-to-day life. To each individual, this concept is understood differently. For the young adults in the Community Transition Campus program, gaining independence is the key component in shaping their futures.
As the music ceased, silence hushed across the audience anticipating a performance chock-full of poetry regarding social justice and of course, featured DarkMatter in signature neon blue and pastel shades of lipstick.
Ask a middle school student to spend their free-time scampering along a track twice weekly and most might not find it appealing. Despite the strong commitment, thousands of young girls across the nation boldly participate in Girls on the Run to build self-confidence and lifelong skills.