Small Business Development Center creates opportunities for businesses still finding their way back from pandemic
Nearly two years after the COVID-19 pandemic began to cripple or cause the closing of some small businesses across the state, owners like DeAnna Gantt are still trying to find ways to survive.
Two new people were named to the university's leadership team: Fatma Mili as provost and Jennifer Hall-Jones as the inaugural vice president for Student Affairs.
The academy is the only one in the country to offer extensive mediation training.
Student and faculty researchers dig for fossils in South Carolina to better understand climate change.
President Mantella: Our innovative students are well-positioned for their roles in 'The Raging 2020s'
Alyson '12 and Mallory '17 Caillaud-Jones opened Chartreuse Sisters and baked unique French pastries in their home. They will soon open a storefront on Wealthy Street in Grand Rapids.
ACI team plays key role in developing technology to assist international students with transcript delivery
It's technology Chinaka Njoku, a native of Nigeria, could have used more than a decade ago when he tried to enroll in college -- and later, start the U.S. citizenship process.
For Donald '84 and Kathleen '88, '97 VanderVeen, giving back to their alma mater is about doing what they can for the university they love.
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.
After five decades in the classroom, Pat Baker, a 1972 graduate, continues to find innovative ways to teach students in Grand Rapids Public Schools.
Alumni returned to campus on October 30, or connected virtually, during Homecoming, showing what it truly means to be a Laker for a Lifetime.
Preparing the SAP for winter includes using leftover billboards to protect the fields and treating the beehives for mites.