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Design thinking event to spotlight the power of empathy

"Empathy: Abstract to Application" will take place September 27 in the Eberhard Center.

Dozens of area military veterans and law enforcement officials led by the Patriot Guard Riders escorted The Wall That Heals from the Allendale Campus to Fifth Third Ballpark September 20.

Escort for Wall That Heals begins on campus

Veterans helped escort The Wall That Heals from the Allendale Campus to Fifth Third Ballpark.

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Provost gives keynote at Women's Commission event

Maria Cimitile spoke about equity, calling it a complex idea that masks itself as "sameness."

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Laker volleyball takes on Wayne State Tuesday on ESPN

The Laker volleyball team takes on Wayne State Tuesday at 7 p.m. on ESPN.

Photo of the GVSU Dance Company performing at the ArtPrize kickoff event

ArtPrize Nine to kick off with Laker Marching Band, GVSU Dance Co.

The ArtPrize Nine kickoff event will take place September 20 at 7 p.m.

The Wall That Heals, a half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., will be on the Allendale Campus September 20 as a starting point as it travels to Fifth Third Ballpark.

The Wall That Heals on Allendale Campus

Escort of The Wall, a half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, will start on campus.

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Volleyball, soccer games to be broadcast live on WatchESPN

Three volleyball and soccer games will be broadcast this weekend on WatchESPN.

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Panel will discuss freedom of speech, civil discourse

The FTLC event will focus on the role of faculty members and boundaries of free speech in class.

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GVSU events celebrate Hispanic heritage

Grand Valley's annual celebration will feature guest lecturers, poetry, and dancing.

Children took part in a similar STEM-focused event at the museum in 2016

GVSU-sponsored event focuses on STEM topics and activities

A free public event focused on STEM will be hosted by several Grand Valley departments on Sept. 16.