GVL / Sara Carte - The Kaufman Interfaith Institute Program Manager, Katie Gordon, speaks with students and staff at the Religius & Spiritual Identity Listening Sessions in the DeVos Campus on Wednesday, Mar. 23, 2016.

Students celebrate culture at GV

Festivals offer the chance to indulge in entertainment, activities and, of course, try free food. However, they also provide the opportunity to try something new and learn about diversity. At Grand Valley State University, the Intercultural Festival has become a tradition to ensure students experience culture in an interactive way.

GVL / Courtesy - Grand Valley State University Soroity Sigma Sigma Sigma

Tri Sigma hosts second annual cupcake competition

As the semester draws to a close, students may find themselves overwhelmed by the intense reality that finals are looming just around the corner, a mere four weeks away. The ladies of Grand Valley State University’s Tri Sigma are hosting a sweet event that’s sure to cure those end-of-the-semester jitters.

GVL / Courtesy - Ingrid Johnson

Finding community in fighting cancer

A cancer diagnosis is both disheartening and frightening. For those currently facing cancer, who have a loved one battling the disease or are in the process of receiving treatments, connecting with others who share similar experiences can be a source of comfort.

GVL / Courtesy - Amber Hutson

Student organization targets diversity at GVSU

Across the nation, universities and their students have been paying more attention to student demographics. At Grand Valley State University, the vast majority of Lakers identify as white. Now, the Student Diversity Coalition seeks to shine light on an issue they believe requires more attent