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GV goes Greek

GV goes Greek

Gods, goddesses and mythical beings alike – Grand Valley State University students got ethereal at the annual Presidents' Ball on Feb. 5.

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President Haas writes essay on the value of honors

President Haas writes essay on the value of honors

In celebration of the publication’s 50th anniversary, Grand Valley State University President Thomas J. Haas published an essay in the Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council focusing on the importance of the university’s honors college.

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Social justice series challenges Greek stereotypes

Social justice series challenges Greek stereotypes

Raging house parties, dressy formal events, boat shoes and bow ties – Greek life is known for a lot of things. These stereotypes, while seemingly innocent, can cast a negative light on some aspects of Greek culture.

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Mayor Bliss delivers Grand Rapids State of the City address

Mayor Bliss delivers Grand Rapids State of the City address

On Jan. 1, Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss began her term as the city’s first female mayor. After serving the previous 10 years as Second Ward City Commissioner, Bliss was welcomed into the mayoral spot after receiving well over 50 percent of the vote.

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Snyder signs $28m bill to aid Flint

Snyder signs $28m bill to aid Flint

Flint, Michigan is a city in crisis. The lead-infected water that is currently affecting a portion of the residents of the city has rendered anything that comes out of the tap undrinkable and unusable for cooking or bathing.

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Following the Battle of the Valleys funds

Following the Battle of the Valleys funds

Year after year, Grand Valley State University students hang their heads in shame after Saginaw Valley State University students obliterate the Lakers in the Battle of the Valleys charity competition. In 2015, SVSU raised more than twice as much money than GVSU did. But what happens to that money GVSU does manage to raise?

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