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Arts Briefs 2/3

Mary Racette, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 3, 2020

Improv team wraps up decade with their first 2020 show Opening the decade with laughter, GVSU’s improv team Subject to Change held their monthly show in Area 51 at the Kirkhof Center. Feb. 1, Subject to Change performed for ...

A&E Briefs 1/20

Mary Racette

January 20, 2020

International programs showcase 50 years  From Monday, Jan. 6 through June 19 in the Lake Ontario Hall Red Wall Gallery, there will be an exhibition in honor of 50 years of international programs at Grand Valley State Uni...

A&E Briefs 1/6

January 6, 2020

Traditional music kept alive at the Winter Wheat Festival The Intersection will be hosting their 11th annual Winter Wheat Festival January 11. The Winter Wheat Festival is a celebration of traditional music and dance and i...

A&E Briefs 11/25

November 25, 2019

Broadway Grand Rapids presents “The Lion King” Watch the Disney classic “The Lion King” performed on stage at the DeVos Performance Hall, presented by Broadway Grand Rapids. The touring show will be in Grand Rapids f...

Laker Life Briefs

November 18, 2019

Take the myGVSU Campus Climate Survey Grand Valley's Division of Inclusion and Equity believes that the external climate of a college campus can have a profound effect — for good or bad — on the experiences of its students,...

GVSU Quick Hits

November 18, 2019

Van Tubbergen named GLIAC South Player of the Week Grand Valley State junior Jake Van Tubbergen was named GLIAC South Player of the Week for the opening week of the 2019-20 college basketball season. Van Tubbergen, a preseason All-...

A&E Briefs 11/11

Mary Racette

November 11, 2019

Ryan Hamilton brings a happy face to the city Following his 2017 release of his first hour Netflix special "Happy Face," stand up comedian Ryan Hamilton is coming to 20 Monroe Live Nov. 15. Hamilton is on the rise, already making appearan...

A&E Briefs 10/28

Mary Racette

October 28, 2019

Support Opera Grand Rapids at Opera Week For the first time in the city, Grand Rapids presents Opera Week from Oct. 27 to Nov. 2. Opera Grand Rapids is hosting the week long event that features discounts at local businesse...

A&E Arts Briefs 10/14

Mary Racette

October 14, 2019

High schoolers attend GVSU Brass Clinic High school brass musicians were offered free advice and guidance from faculty and students at the GVSU Brass Clinic. The clinic took place in the Haas Center for Performing Arts on ...

Laker Life Briefs

October 7, 2019

Students urged to get flu shots Australia had an unusually early and severe flu season this year, an outbreak that may be on its way to the United States. Public health experts at the Center for Disease Control, who often use Au...

A&E Briefs 9/30

September 30, 2019

Paradoxes in Shakespeare  GVSU’s Shakespeare Festival Scholar-in-Residence John Cox held the lecture “Paradoxia Shakespeareana” as a part of this year's Shakespeare festival. The lecture was Sept. 27 from 4 to 5 p.m...

A&E Briefs 9/16

Mary Racette

September 16, 2019

The Head and the Heart play at 20 Monroe Live Indie folk band The Head and the Heart came to Grand Rapids Sept. 11 at 20 Monroe Live. The band, which formed in 2009, is on their fourth album. Through the fall, the band will...

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