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Volleyball broadcast live on ESPN

The Laker volleyball team's matches on October 20 and 21 will be broadcast live on ESPN.

More than 170 students, faculty and tourism industry professionals helped restore the Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center and the Civilian Conservation Corps Museum.

HTM students help restore historic sites in Roscommon

Michigan Cares for Tourism targeted two historic buildings at North Higgins Lake State Park.

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Hundreds of students to volunteer during national day of service

About 350 students will participate in Make a Difference Day October 21.

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The extraordinary in the ordinary to be explored during Fall Arts Celebration poetry night

"An Evening of Poetry and Conversation with Jane Hirshfield and Dan Gerber" will take place Oct. 26.

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Apply, renew passports at fair

Students, faculty and staff members can apply or renew a passport on campus Tuesday, October 24.

The Keller family, along with members of the Grand Valley community, cutting the dedication ribbon for the Keller Theatre

GVSU dedicates new black box theater in honor of renowned vocalist

The dedication of the Linn Maxwell Keller Black Box Theatre took place October 17.

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Grand Valley joins statewide partnership to support automated vehicle technology

The consortium will focus on training talent to advance automatic vehicle technology.

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Challenge encourages ideas that would make lasting impact

Have an idea that would benefit your community? Enter the Laker Effect Challenge.

More than 40 physical therapy students, along with faculty and staff members, volunteered at organizations throughout West Michigan as part of Global PT Day of Service.

Physical therapy students participate in Global Day of Service

More than 40 PT students volunteered at community service agencies throughout West Michigan.

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Art installation draws attention to violence against women

An upcoming art installation uses the placement of red shoes to denounce violence against women.