What does this mean? Is the project on track? How is my idea working? These are the types of questions Philip Batty answers during the course of a day. And, he's happy to research the answers.
The Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival is the oldest and largest festival in Michigan celebrating the Bard's life and works. Every year, festival events attract thousands of people of all ages.
The Knowledge Market is staffed with trained students who are ready to help their peers with papers, research projects and presentations.
Leaders at the school teamed with Big Green, a national nonprofit organization, to pilot how beneficial a learning garden is to a school and its community.
Paul and Joe Lucchese bantered back and forth about who is the better looking brother. Joe said, "It's me!" But when you and your brother are identical twins, who's right?
For someone who got a relatively late start in wrestling, senior Harun Bogdanic took to it quickly and excelled.
Each semester in Szymon Machajewski's computing course, students set out on a journey to complete missions and fight enemies, such as procrastination and trolls living under the Little Mac Bridge.
After being hit by a car during his first year at Grand Valley, David Guinn dedicated himself to his studies like like never before, and found a passion for law.
For the past 15 years, West Michigan audiences have enjoyed a series of six free events every fall at Grand Valley that celebrate the positive impact of the arts.
Community Outreach Week truly demonstrates what it means to be a Laker for a Lifetime. During the week of March 24-30, more than 700 volunteers participated.
Terry, '70, and Sandra, '68, Allen have a long history with Grand Valley and with each other. They married in 1969 after meeting as students on campus.