One year after it was temporarily taken down, the iconic Grand Valley State University pendulum stands tall as a beacon of science and art. Last year, the pendulum was removed amid safety concerns after an increasing number of students swung on it. It had been in place for nearly 20 years and was showing wear and tear with age.
Grand Valley State University's Interfaith Advisory Council is sponsoring the first annual Spiritual Life Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Grand River Room of the Kirkhof Center on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The event will feature 15 on-campus religious organizations. Todd Cox, student organization development coordinator at the Office of Student Life, is the primary adviser who worked with the student organizations Better Together and Hillel to organize the fair. Cox said the event is similar to Campus Life Night where different groups have tables set up to provide students with information.
Lakers studying abroad were part of a video conversation with an audience at Grand Valley State University’s Learning Alcove in the Mary Idema Pew Library on Friday. The audience spoke to the panel about religious tolerance and the religious climates in the countries where they are studying. This panel was a part of a series surrounding the art exhibit, Religious Tolerance: Islam in the Sultanate of Oman.
Interfaith in the Middle East: Rays of Light in Darkness
Grand Valley State University’s Mary Idema Pew Library is hosting Thomas Uthup today at 1 p.m.
The Laker Line study held its results meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 14. Over the past 10 years, student commuters have seen a rise in public transportation participation. In the past, the reaction has been to add to the number of buses to increase frequency.
There are 435 members in the House of Representatives, of which only 79 are females.
In light of these statistics and the continual fight for equal gender rights, the Bachelor of Social Work Student Organization (BSWSO) at Grand Valley State University decided to organize the event Ladies Love Politics.