Join us as we celebrate the 100,000th Grand Valley graduate!

Join us as we celebrate the 100,000th Grand Valley graduate!

This Saturday, one student in the Class of 2015 will be the 100,000th graduate! Celebrate with us on this momentous and proud occasion as Lakers continue to shape the future of their alma mater in even greater numbers. About this photo

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China: The Life of the Civilian

China: The Life of the Civilian

Today, 7am - 7pm
Life in the sprawling city of Kunming, in southwest China, reminded Grand Valley State University student photographer, Megan Lendman of the vitality of Chicago or New York City. Megan’s images of her month-long study trip to Kunming capture both the exotic and the familiar; while exploring...
Paya Lliklla, Las Tejedoras de Chari, Peru:  Reweaving Tradition in the 21st Century

Paya Lliklla, Las Tejedoras de... Chari, Peru: Reweaving Tradition in the 21st Century

Today, 7am - 7pm
In the Andean mountain village of Chari, Peru, a weaving cooperative of indigenous women are changing the structure of their lives. The weavers who make up Paya Lliklla utilize handicraft skills to fabricate woven trade goods marketed to clients well outside their local boundaries. Weaving...
Student Artwork for New Science Laboratory Building

Student Artwork for New Science... Laboratory Building

Today, 8am - 5pm
The Art Gallery acquires artworks from students in the Art & Design Department and School of Communications to add to the collection whenever possible. The pieces on display in the Thornapple Room are examples of what has been acquired for inclusion in the new Science Laboratory Building,...

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Support Laker for a Lifetime team at River Bank Run

Support Laker for a Lifetime team at River... Bank Run

Alumni, students, faculty and staff members and friends will participate in the Fifth Third River Bank Run on... May 9 as part of the Laker for a Lifetime Team.
Prism Awards presented at Lavender Graduation

Prism Awards presented at Lavender Graduation

Two staff members were recognized for their support of the LGBT community April 15 during Lavender Graduation.
Schutten accepts dean position in California

Schutten accepts dean position in California

Mary Schutten has accepted the position of dean of San José State University's College of Applied Sciences and Arts.