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2015 proclaimed as the Year of Interfaith Service

2015 proclaimed as the Year of Interfaith Service

September 12, 2014

Grand Rapids Mayor George Heartwell and the Kaufman Interfaith Institute proclaimed 2015 as the Year of Interfaith Service.

Students actors Megan Prangley and Andrew Steward in William Shakespeare's

Grand Valley hosts state's largest and oldest Shakespeare festival

September 12, 2014

Shakespeare is alive and well at Grand Valley, host of Michigan's oldest and largest Shakespeare Festival, with 2014 events beginning September 26 and concluding November 1.

KCON offers flu vaccination clinics

September 12, 2014

The GVSU Family Health Center will offer flu vaccination clinics for students, faculty and staff members and their dependents and retirees through September.

Power restored to Allendale Campus

September 12, 2014

Powering is being restored to the Allendale Campus after a power outage early Friday morning.

GVSU partners with community groups to fight hunger

GVSU partners with community groups to fight hunger

September 11, 2014

Grand Valley is participating in Hunger Action Week 2014 by hosting a documentary and panel discussion featuring representatives from local anti-hunger agencies September 16.

Grand Valley students remember 9/11

Grand Valley students remember 9/11

September 11, 2014

A group of Grand Valley students organized a daylong memorial to remember victims of 9/11.

Members of the Student Environmental Coalition help recycle and compost materials at a football game last year.

Laker football games to go zero waste

September 11, 2014

A team of students and staff members will aim for zero waste at all home football games, starting with the homeopener September 13.

Photo Courtesy: ArtPrize

ArtPrize 2014 kicks off with Laker Marching Band, GVSU Dance Company and WGVU/PBS Nerd Walk

September 10, 2014

GVSU helps officially kick off ArtPrize 2014 on September 24, at 6:30 p.m. in Rosa Parks Circle, located in Grand Rapids.

Hauenstein Center to host panel of experts for election discussion

September 10, 2014

Grand Valley State University political science professors will share insight and expertise about the upcoming November elections during a panel discussion hosted by the Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies on September 23.

Chart House Energy built the largest solar PV project in Michigan at Torresen Marine in Muskegon in 2010.

MAREC incubator to lead West Michigan's largest solar project

September 10, 2014

A business incubator at the Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center will build the largest non-utility solar project in West Michigan.

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