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Diane Rayor, professor of classics, poses with a bench in New York City depicting a piece of translated Sappho text from her book

Faculty publishes translations of rare classical texts

March 27, 2015

Diane Rayor's "Sappho: A New Translation of the Complete Workds" includes two new poems discovered in 2014.

Matt McLogan and Tim Wood, left to right

Charter Schools Office recommended for accreditation by AdvancED

March 26, 2015

Grand Valley's CSO first authorizer in nation to achieve national AdvancED recommendation.

Cornel West, left, and Robert P. George, right

Cornel West, Robert George on 'Culture Wars' at Hauenstein Center event

March 26, 2015

Two academic giants will discuss differences in culture at Grand Valley April 2.

Shaily Menon, associate dean for professional development and administration in Grand Valley's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Shaily Menon named American Council on Education Fellow

March 26, 2015

The ACE Fellows Program is designed to strengthen institutions and leadership in American higher education.

UICA exhibit to showcase GVSU student artwork

UICA exhibit to showcase GVSU student artwork

March 26, 2015

Terms of Service will be on display March 30-April 17 at the UICA in Grand Rapids.

Sheri Fink speaks at the Kirkhof Center March 25.

CRP concludes year with author visit

March 25, 2015

The author of the Community Reading Project selection said the events brought to life in her book were not unique and she hopes readers draw from them to learn and prepare for future disasters.

The Marketplace will feature two new dining options, scheduled to open in April.

Campus Dining to expand food options on Allendale Campus

March 25, 2015

Campus Dining will add new food options to campus restaurants, scheduled to be completed by the fall 2015 semester.

Paul Isely, associate dean and professor of economics

GVSU study measures economic impact of airport

March 25, 2015

The Gerald R. Ford International Airport supports more than 40,000 jobs in West Michigan, according to Paul Isely, professor of economics.

David Gonzalez

Grand Valley student named Global Leaders Fellow

March 25, 2015

David Gonzalez, a junior Spanish major from Grand Rapids, has been named a Global Leaders Fellow through the U.S.-Brazil Connect Program (USBC).

Grand Valley to celebrate Cesar Chavez Day

Grand Valley to celebrate Cesar Chavez Day

March 25, 2015

The event on March 31 will include a live performance of "Elvira" and an awards ceremony recognizing local activists.

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