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News Briefs 8/19

Sarah Edgecomb, News Editor

August 19, 2019

GV awarded for sustainability For its sixth year in a row, Grand Valley State University has maintained its gold status for sustainability from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. GVSU was the firs...

News Briefs 7/15

July 15, 2019

High school entrepreneurs pitch ideas to local professionals    A group of students participating in Grand Valley State University’s Teen Entrepreneur Summer Academy (TESA) won $5,000 for their winning pitch idea presented...

News Briefs 4/15

Nick Moran

April 14, 2019

Executive order sparks free speech displays After President Donald Trump’s recent executive order for universities to uphold all forms of free speech on campus or risk losing federal funding, a group of anti-abortion activists from G...

News Briefs 4.8

Nick Moran

April 7, 2019

Student senate holds last meeting with 2018-19 body Student senate’s April 4 general assembly featured a plethora of goodbyes and hellos, as the old body tied up loose ends, shared sentiments and welcomed in next year’s senate.&n...

News Briefs 4/1

Nick Moran

March 31, 2019

Independent investigation deems air pollution levels safe  During a public meeting March 29, Grand Valley State University officials reported that they had conclusive evidence from their independent investigation on campus ai...

News Briefs 3/25

Nick Moran

March 24, 2019

Students share views in Openly Secular Alliance meeting Grand Valley State University students attended Holland’s Openly Secular Alliance meeting March 23. Members from the secular student group attended the alliance’s meeting, ...

News Briefs 3/18

Nick Moran

March 17, 2019

University of Michigan police respond to active shooter scare University of Michigan police responded to reports of gunfire in Mason Hall around 4:30 p.m. on March 16. After clearing out rooms and confirming that there was no active t...

News Briefs 3/11

Nick Moran

March 10, 2019

New scholarship honors retired marketing professor of nearly 40 years Grand Valley State University recently announced the establishment the Bennet L. Rudolph Endowed Marketing Scholarship to honor the retired marketing professo...

News Briefs 2/25

Nick Moran

February 24, 2019

Graduate students showcase research at thesis competition Grand Valley State University’s Graduate School hosted 14 graduate students during their 3-Minute Thesis competition Feb. 20.  The top prize went to graduate biolog...

Laker Life Briefs 2/24/19

Amy McNeel

February 24, 2019

Kick off summer with the 2019 Summer Job Fair  With only two months left in the semester, summer is fast approaching. Luckily, Grand Valley State University's Student Employment has Lakers covered. On Tuesday, March 12, GVSU...

News Briefs 2/18

Nick Moran

February 17, 2019

Laker Guardian app hosts logo design contest In an effort to increase the utilization of Grand Valley State University’s “Laker Guardian” app, Grand Valley Police Department is running a logo design contest open to all curren...

News Briefs 2/11

Nick Moran

February 10, 2019

Food 4 Fines reinstated for winter semester Food 4 Fines returns to GVSU on Monday, Feb. 11. This collaboration between Grand Valley State Police and Replenish food pantry allows Lakers with up to two parking citations to pay f...

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