The 37th season of Arts at Noon continues Wednesday, November 5 at noon on the Allendale Campus.
University administrators will serve as panelists during a Campus Forum that will give students opportunities to ask questions about sexual assault and violence, bias incident protocol, and free speech.
A professional photographer and entrepreneur in Grand Rapids will be the keynote speaker at the Venderbush Leadership Reception November 3.
GVSU alumni and faculty will join the GVSU Opera Theatre to present The Magic Flute November 7-9.
ReACT! performed for students riding The Rapid 50 Campus Connector on October 23 and 27.
The first Civil Discourse Symposium is scheduled the day before Election Day intentionally.
Bard to Go will hold the final performance of its 2014 Shakespeare Festival play, Lights, Camera, Action! Saturday, November 1.
Nearly every week for the past four years, Lori Borgeld has traveled to an exercise class led by a physical therapy faculty member and graduate students.
Power has been restored at the Muskegon Regional Center. Classes will take place as scheduled.
The fourth annual Abrahamic Dinner is being hosted by the Kaufman Interfaith Institute on October 30 in Grand Rapids.