Fall Arts Celebration 2014

Fall Arts Celebration 2014

Be inspired by Gallim Dance, a New York City-based contemporary dance company. The company uses a new dance language called GaGa that incorporates past and present movement invention practices fueled by human emotion. See more

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Events

Remote Area Medical: National Film Screening & Discussion

Remote Area Medical: National... Film Screening & Discussion

Today, 7pm - 9pm
Join the College of Health Professions, Kirkof College of Nursing, and the College of Community and Public Service for a National Screening of the award-winning documentary, Remote Area Medical. The film is a poignant and timely documentary that explores a three-day "pop-up" medical...
Two Colors, One Struggle...

Two Colors, One Struggle...

Today, 7pm - 9pm
At Grand Valley State University campus, the lack of diversity and interaction can lead to a misunderstanding of the various struggles one can face. To tackle this issue, the Brothers of Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity has partnered with the Brothers of Sigma Lambda Beta and Sisters of Sigma Lambda...
Loveaholics Anonymous

Loveaholics Anonymous

Today, 8pm - 9pm
L.A. is a support group for women who wish to increase their level of self-love. This program is designed to help members focus on developing themselves and finding fulfillment in God, instead of depending on external sources (ex: friends, relationships, money, etc.) for happiness. L.A....

News

Grand Valley celebrates Founders Day

Grand Valley celebrates Founders Day

The campus community celebrated the founding of Grand Valley with music and cupcakes.
Artist will lead Day of Dead celebration

Artist will lead Day of Dead celebration

Local artist Rolando Mancera will lead participants at a Day of the Dead workshop on Thursday, October 30.
Jazz Night concludes Shared Passion exhibit with evening of music and art

Jazz Night concludes Shared Passion exhibit... with evening of music and art

Three student jazz ensembles will create an evening of music and art during Jazz Night on Thursday, October 30... from 5:30-7 p.m.