Current Issue, Fall 2013
A Laker bucket list
“What’s one thing every Laker should add to their bucket list?”
This question was asked to thousands of students, alumni, faculty and staff members on Grand Valley’s social media networks. (Read More)
Why the humanities matter
Craig Reynolds remembers coming to Grand Valley intent on becoming a medical doctor — until he took a course on the ancient Greeks. (Read More)
Bridging the justice gap
Facing a legal problem alone can be scary and confusing, said Akshita Patel, a 21-year-old Grand Valley senior majoring in legal studies.
Patel is preparing to attend law school and is one of many Grand Valley students who served an internship at The Legal Assistance Center in downtown Grand Rapids. (Read More)
Seidman House holds hidden national gems
Anyone who has walked the Great Lakes Plaza from the south end of the Little Mac bridge to Lake Michigan Hall has passed by a unique collection of historical artifacts that are hidden in plain sight. (Read More)
Q&A James Smither
History professor James Smither has personally interviewed about 700 American military veterans over the past six years.
As director of Grand Valley’s Veterans History Project, he collects and preserves the personal accounts of veterans, from World War I to the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts, and makes the stories accessible to everyone, in part, through a project with the Library of Congress. (Read More)
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