GVL/Ty Konell - Feminist Flick Friday takes place in the Women's Center Friday, Sept. 30, 2016.

Feminist Film Friday features 'Lemonade'

Maintaining its feminist roots, the Grand Valley State University Women’s Center has started the school year off by continuing its Feminist Film Friday series. Feminist Film Friday began during the 2015 winter semester. The once-monthly showing of a film is held in the Women’s Center, followed by a discussion of the film and its themes from a feminist perspective.


​GVSU chapters raise more than $200,000 for charity

From walking miles for Multiple Sclerosis awareness to hosting baking competitions, the Greek life at Grand Valley State University is committed to building philanthropic efforts and straightening the community. For the 2015 calendar year, the funds raised by the GVSU Greek community increased by $44,500 compared to the 2014 amount. Last year, both fraternities and sororities completed 50,772 hours of direct service.

GVL / Courtesy Stephanie Smedley

'Flint lives matter'

The students of Linden Charter Academy might be too young to vote in the 2016 Presidential Election, but their voices echo throughout Flint, Mich., and are visualized on the walls of Grand Valley State University’s Blue Wall Gallery. After the ongoing water contamination crisis occurred in Flint in April of 2014, residents were left without clean water and started to address their concerns.

GVL/Luke Holmes

Student pantry rebranded with new location and name

As college tuition prices rise, so does food insecurity among students. For those who attend Grand Valley State University, the Women's Center maintains a student food pantry called Replenish, which addresses student hunger and assists Lakers with obtaining food and toiletry items. Officially opening Thursday, Sept.