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CRP author: personal is political when it comes to U.S. marriages

Rebecca Traister says U.S. history has been largely impacted by the institution of marriage.

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TEDxGVSU to be webcast live March 16

TEDxGVSU 2018, "Shape," will be webcast live March 16 from 4-8:30 p.m.

Lynn "Chick" Blue

Blue announces retirement from Grand Valley after 50 years

Lynn "Chick" Blue will break the record as the longest-serving employee when she retires in Dec.

The Grand Valley Police Department is reminding the campus community how to respond in the event of an active threat on campus.

GVPD gives tips in event of active threat

GVPD is reminding the campus community how to respond in the event of an active threat on campus.

19th West Michigan Automotive Suppliers Symposium, hosted by Grand Valley's Van Andel Global Trade Center.

Auto experts predict fewer drivers in the future

The use of autonomous vehicles was discussed at the VAGTC Auto Suppliers Symposium March 8.

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"Wonder Woman" and "Julius Caesar" to conclude Mimesis Classic Film Series

The Mimesis Classic Film Series concludes with screenings on March 15 and March 25.

James Moyer

Longtime head of Facilities Planning to retire

After 22 years, James Moyer, associate vice president for Facilities Planning, will retire March 31.

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Women's History Month events continue through March

Women's History Month will be commemorated through lectures, panel discussions and celebrations.

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CIS hosts middle school students for classes, high-tech fun

Students from Kentwood learned about coding and careers in computing and information systems.

Eric Liu gives a presentation.

CEO of Citizen University to lead next Wheelhouse Talk

The Hauenstein Center will host Eric Liu for a lecture on citizen empowerment on March 14 at 7 p.m.