Mackinac Hall

Mackinac Hall

One of Grand Valley's main academic buildings, Mackinac Hall is home to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Like all new construction at Grand Valley, the 83,000 square foot addition completed in August 2008 was designed to be LEED Certified. Photo courtesy of Lindsey Havron

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Events

China: The Life of the Civilian

China: The Life of the Civilian

Today, 8am - 5pm
Life in the sprawling city of Kunming, in southwest China, reminded Grand Valley State University student photographer, Megan Lendman of the vitality of Chicago or New York City. Megan’s images of her month-long study trip to Kunming capture both the exotic and the familiar; while exploring...
Student Artwork for New Science Laboratory Building

Student Artwork for New Science... Laboratory Building

Today, 8am - 5pm
The Art Gallery acquires artworks from students in the Art & Design Department and School of Communications to add to the collection whenever possible. The pieces on display in the Thornapple Room are examples of what has been acquired for inclusion in the new Science Laboratory Building,...
History Club BOOK SALE!

History Club BOOK SALE!

Today, 9am - 2pm
The History Club is hosting its annual book sale in the D-Wing of Mackinac Hall, across from the POD store. All paperbacks will cost $1.00, all hardcover books $2.00. Proceeds help the History Club to host great events on and off campus for all Grand Valley students!

News

Power restored at Muskegon Regional Center

Power restored at Muskegon Regional Center

Power has been restored at the Muskegon Regional Center. Classes will take place as scheduled.
PT students, faculty lead PowerUP class

PT students, faculty lead PowerUP class

Nearly every week for the past four years, Lori Borgeld has traveled to an exercise class led by a physical therapy... faculty member and graduate students.
Noted author Francis Fukuyama to discuss essential questions of politics

Noted author Francis Fukuyama to discuss... essential questions of politics

The Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies at Grand Valley State University and the Koeze Business Ethics... Initiative will welcome well-known author Francis Fukuyama to the Pew Grand Rapids Campus to discuss his follow-up book to his critically acclaimed Origins of Political Order on November 6 as part of the centers American Conversations Series.