GVL / Dylan McIntyre. Parker Ykimoff and Jacob Molli acting during the "Bard To Go" play on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017.

Bard to Go brings Shakespeare to life in DeVos Center

While many students may be introduced to the works of William Shakespeare in an English class, Grand Valley State University's student organization Bard to Go is aiming to share Shakespeare the way they think it should be: on the stage. The group performed "The Wonder of Will: This Is Your Afterlife!" at the DeVos Center Loosemore Auditorium Saturday, Nov. 4, as part of GVSU’s Shakespeare Festival. 


Arts briefs 10/30/17

Rabbi Sarra Lev will be coming to Grand Valley State University to host an interactive discussion about gender in the Jewish creation story. The event, titled "How Many Genders in the Jewish Creation Story?" is LIB 100- and 201-approved and will be held Monday, Nov. 6, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room of the Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons. 


Laker Life briefs 10/26/17

To highlight Grand Valley State University student leadership, nominations for GVSU's annual “I Am Grand Valley” campaign will take place all day Friday, Oct. 27. The campaign gives students, staff and faculty the opportunity to nominate GVSU students as campus and community leaders.

GVL / Courtesy - Luke Gwizdala
 From left to right: Riley(Julia Knutson), Ashley (Bailey Morgan), Dylan (Christine Davis), Mason (Nathen Julien), Narrator (Joe Blair).

GVSU theater club STAGE to present new production

Sometimes, life doesn’t go according to plan. Change is an inevitable part of living, and it isn’t always simple. It’s easy to sit helpless on life’s roller coaster, but it isn’t mandatory. It’s never too late to take control. Grand Valley State University theater club STAGE will present The End: A Tragedy of Three Parts Friday, April 7, and Saturday, April 8, at 6:30 p.m. in Kindschi Hall of Science, Room 1121 on the Allendale Campus.