News briefs 3/22/18

Grand Valley State University's Community Service Learning Center will host another edition of the Democracy 101 series this week. "Democracy 101: Periods Gone Public" will take place Friday, March 23, at noon in the Holton-Hooker Living and Learning Center. 

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GVL/Hannah Zajac— Students participate in a debate about political events that are happening in the world, on Tuesday 13 Mar 2018.

Political clubs partake in senate-moderated debate

Political views are a topic of discussion often avoided by many due to conflict. However, it is the job of political organizations and clubs to embrace these conversations head on and engage in civil discourse with one another.  On Tuesday, March 13, three major political clubs at Grand Valley State University did just that. Members of the College Republicans, College Democrats and Lakers for Liberty gathered in the Kirkhof Center on GVSU’s Allendale Campus to discuss relevant and controversial issues. 

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Karen Ingle to assume associate VP of facilities planning role

Grand Valley State University will have a new head of facilities starting next month. With the announcement of former head of facilities James Moyer’s retirement, Karen Ingle will fill the position of associate vice president for facilities planning Sunday, April 1, and will be tasked with continuing the university’s commitment to sustainable development and efficient stewardship of campuses resources. 

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