Photo Galleries

Laker Connections - Arcade Night: February 25, 2020 (13 Photos)

Alumni got together for an evening of food, drinks, and arcade games hosted by the Young Alumni Council. 

Red Wings GVSU Day: February 9, 2020 (24 Photos)

Alumni watched the Detroit Red Wings take on the Boston Bruins at GVSU Day!

Traverse City Club Happy Hour at 7 Monks Taproom: February 6, 2020 (7 Photos)

The GVSU Traverse City Alumni Club hosted Happy Hour at 7 Monks Taproom in Traverse City on February 6, 2020. The attendees had the opportunity to see familiar faces and make new connections. 

Bright Ideas Breakfast: January 29, 2020 (21 Photos)

At the workshop led by Kristin Meyer, we enjoyed a tasty meal and learned about the design thinking process, getting hands-on experience with some common design thinking techniques that can be translated across industries. 

Holiday Brunch With Santa and Louie: December 14, 2019 (22 Photos)

The Young Alumni Council met for a holiday brunch with Santa Claus and Louie the Laker. It was a great opportunity for Laker friends and family of all ages to come together to celebrate the holiday season with crafts, photos, food, and fun!

Detroit Alumni Club Holiday Party (9 Photos)

On December 16, Laker alumni in the Detroit area gathered for a holiday party at Round 1! Lakers had fun with karaoke, bowling, billiards, darts, and ping pong.

NYC Alumni Club Events (1 Photos)

Laker Connections - Giving Tuesday: December 3, 2019 (19 Photos)

Lakers gathered with the Grand Valley Young Alumni Council and Alumni Association for Giving Tuesday at New Holland Brewing The Knickerbocker. Tickets included a $10 donation to the Laker Philanthropy Project Award.

GVSU Night at the Griffins: November 22, 2019 (7 Photos)

Alumni watched the Grand Rapids Griffins take on the Milwaukee Admirals at Van Andel Arena.

Gradfest: November 21, 2019 (118 Photos)

GVSU Alumni helped welcome our newest Laker graduates into the Alumni Association at GradFest in downtown Grand Rapids. Because of our alumni volunteers, we were able to show new grads what the face of the Laker Effect looks like beyond campus, even before walking across stage and receiving their diploma.