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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...
fishladder:  A Student Journal of Art and Writing

fishladder: A Student Journal... of Art and Writing

Today, 8am - 5pm
Now in its twelfth year, fishladder is a student-run journal at Grand Valley State University. fishladder publishes students’ fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, drama, photography, and art. Students from across all disciplines in the university are encouraged to submit work in all...

News

Meijer Campus will host spring break 'staycation' classes

Meijer Campus will host spring break 'staycation'... classes

Staying in town during K-12 spring break?
Four students selected for Critical Language Scholarship program

Four students selected for Critical Language... Scholarship program

Four Grand Valley students have been selected to participate in the U.S. Department of State's Critical Language... Scholarship (CLS) Program to study high-demand languages.
Former governor talks education/tax reform

Former governor talks education/tax reform

John Engler said states with the best education win economically, during a Seidman College of Business event.