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Kurthen in Washington Meeting with Leaders

September 29, 2017

Sociology Professor Hermann Kurthen met with Michigan Senator Gary Peters

Professor leads team of journalists and students to investigate global lottery industry

September 25, 2017

Massachusetts resident Clarance Jones won the lottery more than 7,000 times between 2011-2016 to the tune of $11 million.

Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival honors the Bard's legacy with multiple events

September 22, 2017

The Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival will explore and celebrate the life and works of William Shakespeare for the 24th consecutive year, with multiple events September 29-November 4.

Laker Alum Supporting Hurricane Dog Reunions

September 21, 2017

CLAS Alumna Alana Gillhespy DVM has followed her passion to work at Mackenzie�s Animal Sanctuary, one of the largest no-kill shelters in the country, right here in Michigan.  She is providing a critical service for dogs caught up in the recent hurricane.

Students aim to energize peers about history through Medieval activities at Paleo-Olympics

September 20, 2017

A student dressed in traditional medieval armor meant for a knight stood on the lawn in front of Grand Valley�s Mary Idema Pew Library on September 15, but he wasn�t looking for a jousting opponent. 

GV's Production of Sweeney Todd garners Grand Award nominations

September 20, 2017

Grand Valley's production of Sweeney Todd is getting some deserved attention.

GVSU students, faculty to compete in ArtPrize Nine

September 13, 2017

Seven jewelry and metalsmithing students will be displaying their work in the ArtPrize entry exhibition, �Unexpected Pleasures.�

Lakers living in Houston help faculty member

September 13, 2017

A group of Grand Valley alumni lent a helping hand to a fellow Laker whose childhood home in Houston flooded due to Hurricane Harvey. 

New endowed fund will help with high-return water research

September 5, 2017

Researchers at Grand Valley State University's Annis Water Resources Institute will be able to investigate topics that government funding programs are typically not willing to take on, thanks to a new endowed fund created by Allen and Helen Hunting.

RMSC upcycling solar eclipse glasses for schools in South America and Asia

August 29, 2017

Grand Valley State University�s Regional Math and Science Center (RMSC) will be collecting eclipse glasses through September 15, which will then be sent to schools in South America and Asia through the organization Astronomers Without Borders



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