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Eric Lacerna studies inside the LGBT Resource Center on Sept. 29, 2015.

'Wear the Rainbow'

In an effort to affirm the varying gender identities of students, the Grand Valley State University Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center held its annual event ‘Wear the Rainbow: a Trans and Genderqueer Clothing Swap.’

GVL/Emily Frye - The Grand Valley State University group "Eyes Wide Open" discusses current global events relating to sexual assult on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015.

Eyes Wide Open celebrates 15 years at GVSU

For 15 years students at Grand Valley State University have been working together to spread education and awareness about sexual assault on campus through the student-run organization Eyes Wide Open. The advocacy group will celebrate its 15th birthday Thursday, Nov. 10 with a poetry slam focused on giving a voice to people facing oppression.

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Pokémon Go bolsters new club at GVSU

This summer’s release of the Pokémon Go app has led to a new influx of Pokémon fans at Grand Valley State University, who can be seen virtually anywhere with a phone in hand. Welcoming new fans, the GVSU Pokémon club offers weekly meetings for lovers of the franchise.

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BRCAn't Stop Me focuses on cancer education

Nearly 40 percent of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetimes, according to the National Cancer Institute. Thousands of people face this often unpredictable disease, but a student-run group at Grand Valley State University is working to spread knowledge on hereditary cancers.

GVL/Luke Holmes - The Swing Dance Club meets Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015 for their second to last meeting before Christmas break.

'A dance to die for'

In celebration of the spooky season, the Grand Valley State University swing dance club is hosting the "Spooky Swing: A Dance to Die For” as part of its yearly Halloween dance celebration.

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Lexi Henckel (left) and Kathleen Szczesny (right) at John Ball Zoo Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016.

GVSU Humane Society celebrates Halloween with service

From educating the public on meatless diets to advocating to end animal abuse, Grand Valley State University’s student-run Human Society is dedicated to making a difference in the community. As Halloween approaches, the organization started its festivities by volunteering for the "Zoo Goes Boo" event at the John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids.