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.
“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.
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.
The Clery Act is a 1992 federal law that requires colleges and universities to publish reported crimes. At Grand Valley State University, the police department is one of the groups responsible for updating the annual security and fire safety report.
Grand Valley State University’s College of Education began its 50th year anniversary “Golden” Lecture Series with a lecture by Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies’ Director Gleaves Whitney.