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Bard to Go introduces students, communities in the Bahamas to Shakespeare through performances

November 16, 2017

Following a performance at a school in the Bahamas by GV�s traveling Shakespeare troupe, Bard to Go, a young student walked up to the 6 member cast and said, �You guys inspired me to want to read more Shakespeare.�

Students tackle importance of political awareness during performances of "Cabaret"

November 9, 2017

In Berlin, 1930, 3 years before Adolf Hitler came to power, Cliff, an American novelist, searches for inspiration when he finds lodging at aboarding house above the racy Kit Kat Club. The free-wheeling performers turn Cliff�s world upside down.

CAAC collection site for food drive

November 7, 2017

The CLAS Academic Advising Center is taking donations to support the GV Replenish food pantry.

Faculty, staff members host repair clinic for students

November 7, 2017

Zippers were fixed, eyeglasses were repaired and pants were patched thanks to faculty and staff members who hosted a repair clinic for students. 

Dean's Office Hours

November 6, 2017

Dean Antczak will hold his Fall 2017 Open Office Hours as follows: Wednesday, November 15, 10:00am � 12:00pm, 290 LSH

CLAS alumni to visit campus for presentations and events

October 23, 2017

Alumni from 13 departments within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will visit the Allendale Campus to share their post-graduation experiences with the Grand Valley community.

Languages Take Lansing Conference by Storm

October 19, 2017

Grand Valley Modern Languages and Literature faculty attended the Michigan World Languages Association annual conference in Lansing on October 12-13, 2017.

Sweeney Todd Sweeps Grand Awards

October 9, 2017

Grand Valley's Opera Theatre production last year of Sweeney Todd swept the Grand Awards which look for the best in local college theatre. 

History Professor on NFL Protests

September 29, 2017

History Professor Louis Moore is frequently quoted in the media for his expertise on the experiences of black male athletes. especially as these intersect with the civil rights movement. 

Kurthen in Washington Meeting with Leaders

September 29, 2017

Sociology Professor Hermann Kurthen met with Michigan Senator Gary Peters



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