Grand Valley Lanthorn

Author to speak on transforming society

TJ Kimball

October 20, 2014

It’s no secret that the arts and humanities carry a stigma for being hard to scratch a living out of. Still, in spite of such stereotypes, there are many people navigating the academic spheres who give fuel to the waning li...

A glance at arts

David Specht

October 20, 2014

China: The Life of the Civilian The culmination of a student’s photography major and Chinese language minor combined with her sense of adventure, creativity and desire to find out all that she can about what it means to...

4th Arts Brief

October 16, 2014

A member of the award-winning Ban on a Can All-Stars, the Metropolis Ensemble and a founding member of four chamber groups, New York-native Ashley Bathgate will be gracing the Performing Arts Center with a unique cello performance. In...

Staying in sync

October 13, 2014

Arts at a Glance

David Specht

October 13, 2014

Reading Misreadings While the Grand Valley Writers Series is known for bringing esteemed and emerging writers from other regions to campus to share their work, up next on the annual series’ roster is none other than one of ...

Answering tough questions

TJ Kimball

October 13, 2014

Life is an ambiguous journey defined by more than 7 billion perceptions. Each person has a unique take on the human condition, as well as vaguely defined concepts such as reality, purpose and knowledge. This semester, the 9 th annu...

Arts at a Glance

October 9, 2014

Moving to the beat What’s better than a night filled with dancing and fun, especially when it all benefits Breast Cancer Awareness Month? Join the BRCAn’t Stop Me, Colleges Against Cancer and Swing Dance Club on Monday...

ARTS at a glance

David Specht

October 2, 2014

A Play Date with GVSU While most students frantically cram between classes during midterm week, some Lakers will spend that time playing with Play-Doh. The University Counseling Center is holding its first ever Play Day on...

Arts Brief Culinary radio show

October 2, 2014

Grand Valley State University alumnus, David Boylan, is set to return to Michigan bringing along a radio show full of mouth-watering interviews. His San Diego-based ever-popular culinary radio show, "L...

Arts at a glance

David Specht

September 21, 2014

Aerospace Allocation If you're interested in human space flight, or just looking for insight on leadership, crisis management and the role of liberal arts, be sure to free up your evening on Tuesday, Sept. 23. Norman R. August...

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