Focal Point / Behind the Lens
From a dog with his own 'Rate My Professor' ranking to one who entertains an office of IT staff members, meet some of the working dogs on campus.
Koda's main responsibilities are to attend gatherings like football games and large-scale events, and to connect and engage with the campus community.
Laker teams play on fields manicured by an award-winning grounds department.
Many Lakers found new hobbies or returned to old interests to keep busy during the COVID-19 pandemic, including Kennedy Mauro, who learned flow art with a hoop.
GVM staff members salute their four-legged co-workers for staying 'Pawsative' while working from home.
The Sustainable Agriculture Project, the university's educational farm, has donated more than 500 pounds of produce to support communities impacted by COVID-19.
While most campus buildings were closed during the pandemic, essential workers kept the university operational.
Six people involved in Making Waves, a two-year initiative to create collaborations, events and activities centered around water are pictured, and a video about the project helps tell the story.
Students participate in a bronze pour, where molten metal temperatures reach 2,000 degrees.
Watch a video of how these water droplets with iconic Grand Valley symbols are photographed.
President Thomas J. Haas discusses a few of his favorite office items. (video)
The Meadows golf course has hosted 35 NCAA and high school championships since opening in 1994.
Like many of the 50 club sport options, the fencing club offers members an immediate community.
Just another busy night in the Kirkhof Center, the student hub on the Allendale Campus, where many of the 400-plus student organizations ready for a night of recruiting new members.