The hybrid musician will perform Wednesday, April 1 at noon in the Cook-DeWitt Center.
Three historians earned honors from the Kutsche Office of Local History during the annual Local History Roundtable March 26 at the Grand Rapids Public Library.
Elizabeth Lambert has been selected to serve as the new director of the Meijer Office of Fellowships.
Participants at the 12th annual EqualiTEA, sponsored by the Women's Center and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, honored one of the event founders March 26 in the Kirkhof Center.
Faculty members helped create Grand Rapids neighborhood violence reduction initiatives.
Diane Rayor's "Sappho: A New Translation of the Complete Workds" includes two new poems discovered in 2014.
New sonar images of a steamboat shipwreck at the bottom of Reeds Lake, along with new information about the condition of the wreck, were presented March 24..
Anand Muthusmy and Marty Gurry earned top honors in the ACG Cup competition.
The second Teach-In will be held Thursday, April 2, with sessions offered at three different locations.
Michael Walenta will share his story on Family Health Matters, March 29 on WGVU.