A blog post by Gleaves Whitney, director of Grand Valley's Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, was referenced in a Time magazine story posted July 28.
A group of 40 high school students from 11 Detroit high schools will take part in an innovative entrepreneurship program that's being held in the city for the first time.
A program honoring veterans and their families for their sacrifice and service will return to West Michigan in 2017.
A group of middle and high school students got to see what life is like as a Laker during a recent overnight visit at Grand Valley.
Grand Valley's Muskegon Innovation Hub is hosting a presentation and book signing with MapQuest co-founder Chris Heivly at 8:30 a.m. on July 28.
Dave Wils, '05, has been selected to address delegates at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Grand Rapids has been named "One of the Best Cities for Creatives," by Thrilllist.
Grand Valley has been honored for its commitment to helping student veterans transition from the military to college life.
The ensemble traveled more than 3,000 miles across 10 states to perform at four national parks June 29-July 12.
Faculty and students from three departments are researching tourism in Grand Haven.