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Author of CRP selection said book recounts divided America

"The True American" author spoke before hundreds of students, faculty and staff members March 23.

Photo of Simran Jeet Singh, assistant professor of religion at Trinity University and senior religion fellow with the Sikh Coalition

Lecture to examine the racialization of religion in America

The Kaufman Interfaith Institute's annual Sigal Lecture will take place March 30.

Grand Valley's L. William Seidman Center in Grand Rapids houses the Michigan Small Business Development Center.

Business center names Michigan 50 Companies to Watch

Michigan Small Business Development Center at GVSU announced its "Michigan 50 Companies to Watch."

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MIPERC hosts annual health expo

The fourth annual MIPERC Health Expo will feature student research on aspects of wellness.

A portrait of Martha Nussbaum

Does getting mad about politics work? Philosopher to discuss anger in politics at Hauenstein Center event

Politics can generate lots of anger, but is it effective in creating meaningful change?

"Fuse No. 1" by Rachel Britton

Students learn the art exhibition process through competition showcase

An award ceremony and special reception will take place March 22.

Andrés Chavéz, grandson of labor leader and civil rights activist César E. Chávez.

Grandson of César Chávez to give keynote

A presentation by Andrés Chavéz will kick off Grand Valley's César Chávez Celebration.

Students from Grand Haven Public Schools celebrating a victory at the Science Olympiad.

Science Olympiad challenges more than 1,000 students with STEM contests

More than 1,000 local middle and high school students competed in the Science Olympiad March 18.

Magda Brown speaks to the audience.

Hundreds attend Holocaust survivor's presentation

Magda Brown, 89, spoke about her survival to a crowd of more than 600 people March 15.

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Exhibit defines misunderstood library terms

"Graphic Languages in the Library" will be on display March 20-29 in the Mary Idema Pew Library.