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DeVos Center building

Facilitated discussions about suicide set

A counselor from Encompass will be on campus next week to facilitate dialogues about suicide.

Michael Walenta

WGVU general manager receives lifetime achievement award

The Michigan Association of Broadcasters honored Michael Walenta with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

Seidman College of Business

GVSU economist: Strong pace continues

Slow growth has turned into faster growth, while some worry about a tariff war, said Brian Long.

three high school students working on a poster

Early college program at CHS celebrates anniversary

The Kent Career Tech Center has operated dual-enrollment classes at CHS since 2008.

An image of the postcard for the Midwest History Conference that says "Finding the Lost Region"

Conference to focus on vibrant history, culture and importance of Midwest

The Hauenstein Center is hosting a large conference that will focus on Midwestern history.

L. William Seidman Center

GVSU launches entrepreneur accelerator for veterans

The Michigan Veteran Entrepreneur-Lab helps veterans start or grow a company in the region.

A rendering of "Locked and Loaded" by Kimberly Walker

Army Combat veteran chosen to display artwork at GVSU during ArtPrize

Kimberly Walker was chosen during an ArtPrize Pitch Night event, which took place in Ohio on May 29.

people grilling chicken

Summer Grill Challenge opens Farmers Market

Three teams will compete in the Summer Grill Challenge and open the Farmers Market on June 6.

magazine cover, spring 2018

New website showcases Grand Valley Magazine

The redesigned website highlights the latest feature articles, photos and videos.

Photo of Laker Marching Band during home football game in Lubbers Stadium

Auditions open for chance to become the "Voice of the Laker Marching Band"

Auditions are open to anyone and applications are due by July 30.