Every year, Grand Valley State University hosts various cultural events that support its increasing minority population. On Feb. 4, the Asian Student Union presents a cultural experience that encourages all students to participate.
For the past two years, Grand Valley State University officials have worked to combat the highly prevalent issue of sexual misconduct on college campuses. GVSU's newest iteration of its campaign urges students to stand up against oppression and domestic violence.
Student activism begins in small steps. When a crisis occurs, the community comes together at large to create change. Donating a bottle of water may seem small to some, but to others that difference could mean survival.
HEADLINE: GVSU Best Buddies gives friendship a new name
BY: Jenna Schook
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In a time when being different is not accepted, it is important to see that there are people all over the world who are willing to give their time and friendship to the people who may need it the most; that is what Best Buddies is all about.
Going away to college is a big deal for any student; but it can also be a big deal for the younger siblings they leave behind. Through Grand Valley State University’s annual Sibs N Kids weekend, students have the opportunity to show their siblings, family members or friends what being a Laker is really like.
After college, a world of collaboration and competition presents itself to new graduates. Those with leadership skills are most often desired and demanded for. Grand Valley State University’s First Year Leadership Experience program aims to provide these skills needed to thrive any career.