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Cardboard arcade entertains crowd

October 4, 2013

Students stopped by the Cook Carillon Tower to play foosball, skeeball and plinko games � all created from cardboard � for a good cause October 4.

Event will honor women connected to sports

October 1, 2013

Alumni and current students at Grand Valley who have played varsity sports, club sports or majored in movement science will be honored at an event during Family Weekend.

Vendor donates to scholarship fund for veterans

September 26, 2013

Three days a week during ArtPrize, Grand Valley student Steve Brown can be found downtown with his hot dog stand selling Michigan-made soda and hotdogs for a special cause.

Kutsche office begins partnership with GAAH

September 23, 2013

Grand Valley and community leaders crowded into the Cook Library Center, 1100 Grandville Ave., September 23 to celebrate the start of a yearlong partnership with Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities.

Gift to Brooks College creates professorship

September 18, 2013

Some may consider civil discourse a lost art in today's world, but longtime Grand Valley supporters Shelley Padnos and Carol Sarosik want students to understand it and have the skills to bring divergent views to the table with respect.

�Cyril Lixenberg exhibit kicks off Fall Arts Celebration

September 9, 2013

Grand Valley�'s popular Fall Arts Celebration kicks off with an opening reception for the exhibition �"Cyril Lixenberg: An Artist�s Journey,"� on Wednesday, September 11, from 5-7 p.m. in the Art Gallery, Performing Arts Center, Allendale Campus.

Donors celebrate Grand Valley�'s new library

September 3, 2013

The formal dedication of the Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons at Grand Valley was attended by many of the 1,400 donors who helped make it possible.

Nontraditional student and family earn scholarships

August 27, 2013

Checking the mail was anything but routine one day for Colleen Kretowicz, a nontraditional student majoring in accounting at Grand Valley.

Robert B. Annis Field Station campaign reaches goal

July 12, 2013

The campaign to support the Robert B. Annis Field Station raised more than $2.32 million in private funds.

New library is open for business

June 24, 2013

Plenty of �oohs �and �aahs� were heard throughout the Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons, which opened its doors for business today.

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