GVSU in photos, September 2021: Kicking off the football season, campus from above and a different kind of class survey
Top left: A parachutist glides for a landing at Lubbers Stadium prior to the start of Grand Valley's first game of the season against Colorado State-Pueblo.
Bottom left: Students walk around the Cook Carillon Tower as seen from above on the Allendale Campus on September 7.
Right: A nursing student studies in the Reading Room at the DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health on September 20.
A student walks through the Pew Grand Rapids Campus on the morning of September 10.
Left: Sean Carney, the Padnos Distinguished Artist-in-Residence, poses for a portrait outside the Calder Art Center September 1. “I want to embolden students to break new artistic ground. If a student goes really big or wild on an assignment and it totally crashes, that's not such a bad thing. We can always reflect critically, revise, and then finesse new processes on the next project,” Carney said.
Top right: A person walks through a crosswalk on Grand Valley State University’s Allendale Campus September 3.
Bottom right: Students listen to Professor Paul J. Cornish in his classical political thought class on September 3.
Students in Natural Resources Management 250 survey the area near Zumberge Pond on September 27.
Left: “Shut up, just spin the flag and relax,” Breezy Rusher explains why he does flag spinning tricks on campus Sept. 20. “When Covid hit I was trying to find a way to destress. This requires me to be absolutely present.” Rusher is studying biology and secondary education.
Right: Attendees of Grand Valley's football game against Colorado State-Pueblo on September 11 share a hug.
Frederik Meijer Honors College students enjoy kayaking on the Grand River on September 10.
An overview of the Allendale Campus just before dawn on September 22.