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Sound utility Blaine Brown (front) and boom operator Keegan Cox (back right) working with 1st A.D. James Sturtridge (back left) to place a microphone and prepare a Dana Dolly track during the filming of "For the Birds."

Premiere set for 23rd Summer Film Project "For the Birds"

The world premiere screening will take place April 26 at Celebration! Cinema North in Grand Rapids.

Kateri and Jay Schwandt

Alumna gives birth to 14th son

Kateri, '04, and Jay Schwandt are receiving national attention after the birth of their 14th son.

Students on Campus Dining's Green Team perform a weekly audit at The Connection.

Grand Valley ranks in top 10 nationwide for recycling efforts

More than one million pounds were recycled at Grand Valley during Recyclemania.

A GVSU athletics logo on a gray background

Two women's lacrosse games to be broadcast April 20, 22

Grand Valley's lacrosse team will have games broadcast live on WatchESPN on April 20 and 22.

A portrait of Thomas J. Haas seated in front of a grey background.

Editorial: Haas says parents, schools must partner together to improve education

In a Detroit News editorial, President Tom Haas said parent involvement is crucial for education.

team huddle

Friday's lacrosse match will benefit MS charity

Grand Valley's lacrosse team will host NMU in a match that will mean more than the final score.

A portrait of former first lady Barbara Bush

Bush's legacy will be love, literacy, levity, Hauenstein Center director says

Former first lady Barbara Bush, who died April 17, will leave a legacy of love, literacy and levity.

choir singing

Voices of GVSU to celebrate 30 years with reunion concert

More than 100 alumni and current students are expected to perform during the concert on April 22.

people forming a 2

65 twins, multiples celebrate family

Twins, triplets and a set of quadruplets celebrated family during Twin+ Day April 15.

Bob and Ellen Thompson

Detroit couple increases scholarships to working families, Grand Valley students

Hundreds of students will get a financial boost from the Bob and Ellen Thompson Scholarship Program.