LeaAnn Tibbe, assistant director for Student Life, received the A/P Achievement Award, the highest honor presented by the Administrative/Professional Committee.
Inductees to Sigma Delta Pi, the Spanish Honor Society are pictured.
A group of students took first place at the first-ever Collegiate Fitness Championship at Ohio Northern University April 12.
Grand River Preparatory High School and Black River Public School, two Grand Valley State University-authorized charter schools, ranked 2nd and 7th among all public schools in the state, according to new rankings from U.S. News and World Report.
A locally produced documentary highlighting a multi-million dollar environmental restoration effort in the Lake Macatawa Watershed near Holland, Michigan, will be shown on WGVU-TV beginning April 23.
History faculty members Carolyn Shapiro-Shapin and Scott Stabler were named recipients of the Outstanding Faculty Award by participants in the Oliver Wilson Freshman Academy Program.
Nearly 2,900 students will participate in commencement ceremonies April 26 at Van Andel Arena.
Grand Valley has been named one of the country's most environmentally responsible colleges by The Princeton Review.
It was a look at the past while practicing for the future.
The LGBT Resource Center hosted its eighth annual Lavender Graduation April 16 for students, family and friends.