The Library of Michigan Foundation usually highlights public libraries with their annual awards, but the foundation bestowed Grand Valley State University with the 2014 State Librarian’s Excellence Award for superior customer service.
This Monday was the National Day on Writing, and The Fred Meijer Center for Writing and Michigan Author collaborated with the Padnos International Center and the Office of Multicultural Affairs to put on a celebration for international writing.
In the battle to fight influenza, the real challenge comes from getting people vaccinated. Everyone loves a little friendly competition, and defending individuals against the flu is a crucial part of staying healthy through the winter months. For the first time, Grand Valley State University is participating in a challenge that brings these two ideas together.
Students are invited to participate in a film and stage series revolving around modern adaptations of classic Greek and Roman texts which will draw them out of their comfort zones. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is hosting its first ever fall classic film and stage series at Grand Valley State University.
“T.Haas” is a name known all across the campuses of Grand Valley State University. Referring to the president of GVSU, Thomas Haas, a majority of students are familiar with his family, his hobbies and most importantly, his Laker pride. But one aspect not as familiar is the area of compensation.