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Weaving empowerment

GVL/Spencer Miller The West Wall Gallery in the Eberhard center is where the Peruvian art exhibit will be located until July 31, 2015.

Weaving empowerment


JORDAN SCHULTE | 05/03/15 9:25pm

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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Year in Review: Top features #4

Year in Review: Top features #4

When a life-altering situation interrupts the gradual adjustment of experiencing milestone moments, such as transitioning to a university, it can be anything but easy. However, with the right kind of support networks and community resource centers, the word ‘easy’ soon evolves into an understatement.

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Year in Review: Top features #3

Year in Review: Top features #3

Since last year, there has been a new addition to off-campus apartment housing in Allendale. Grand Valley State University now has its very own Greek row.

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Crafting for humanity

Crafting for humanity

Stitchcraft has teamed up with another student organization, Packing Hope, to create plastic mats to donate to the homeless in Grand Rapids.

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Superior Awards displays APR student work

Students of GVSU’s nationally recognized advertising and public relations program were acknowledged at the Superior Awards on Tuesday, April 14 for their exemplary work.

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Students create plan to recycle cigarette butts

What began as a class project has grown into a campus-wide effort to reduce waste at Grand Valley State University. Thousands of students smoke cigarettes on GVSU’s campus, but few of them know that the butts littering campus can be recycled. That is why Jonathan Neracher has teamed up with Facilities Services as well as TerraCycle in an effort to minimize cigarette butt waste on campus

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