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Lakers living in Houston help faculty member

A group of Grand Valley alumni lent a helping hand to a fellow Laker whose childhood home flooded.

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Fall Arts Celebration exhibit features 50 years worth of Middle Eastern artifacts

A reception for the exhibition, "Afghanistan to Morocco," will take place September 18.

Grand Valley State University has been named a top university in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report.

GVSU again named a top Midwest university

GVSU has been named a top university in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report.

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Hauenstein Center to host debate on constitutional interpretation

The Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies will host a Constitution Day event on September 14.

Students from Sibley Elementary take part in the museum's IMMERSE program, a week-long learning experience where students use the museum as their classroom.

Museum School featured on national television

The Grand Rapids Public Museum School was featured on network TV for its unique teaching methods.

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Provost will be keynote speaker at Women's Commission event

Provost Maria Cimitile will provide remarks at the Fall Welcome hosted by the Women's Commission.

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Laker soccer, football to be streamed live on ESPN

Laker soccer, football to be streamed live on ESPN

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New GVSU podcast spotlights historical letters and the stories behind the people who wrote them

"To the Letter" is available now on iTunes.

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GVSU economist: Growth rate improves in West Michigan

After a summer lull, the West Michigan economy resumed a positive growth pattern.

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GVSU enrollment again tops 25,000

GVSU hit its goals with regard to total enrollment, and first-year, transfer and minority students.