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Scavenger hunt exam gives students a new spin on finals week
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Scavenger hunt exam gives students a new spin on finals week


SHAE SLAUGHTER | 06/06/16 12:21am

Many students dread finals week and the wealth of tests that comes along with it. Often a final includes multiple choice questions, short answers or the choice of true or false.


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GVSU's economic impact rises to $780 million

GVSU's economic impact rises to $780 million

As a growing number of students arrive on campus, keeping up and sustaining the local economy often depends on those individuals who work, study and maintain that community they live in.

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GVSU named as a top 50 LGBT-friendly campus

GVSU named as a top 50 LGBT-friendly campus

Students consider many things before deciding what college or university to attend. They factor in tuition prices, their potential major requirements and maybe even how many friends they know also going to the school.

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Getting left behind

At the end of each year when classes end and students leave Grand Valley State University’s campus for the summer, resident assistants walk the halls of each living center to check every single room for damages or items left behind.

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News Briefs

The Grand Valley State University farmers market is officially open and will remain open until Oct. 26. The market is held every Wednesday in parking lot G on the Allendale Campus from 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

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'A thorny issue'

The months of the year stand for many different national celebrations. February has long been recognized as Black History Month and July is widely known as National Ice Cream month.

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Summer construction underway at GVSU

Summer construction underway at GVSU

When students return to Grand Valley State University in the fall, they will see several changes to the Allendale Campus and surrounding areas due to the construction of many expansion projects. As for students staying on campus this summer, the construction may lead to some facility and road closures.

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News Briefs: Mental Health First Aid Training

Grand Valley State University is offering its faculty and staff an eight-hour training event on May 16 and May 17. Each day, there will be four hours of training from 8:30 a.m. until 12 p.m. in Kirkhof Center Room 2270.

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