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Published jointly by West Michigan Magazine and the F.E. Seidman College of Business Administration each February and July and mailed directly to business and corporate leaders by the F.E. Seidman School. (Collaboration with GVSU).
Quarterly business report published jointly by West Michigan Magazine and the F.E. Seidman College of Business four times a year. It is included in West Michigan Magazine and mailed directly to business and corporate leaders by the F.E. Seidman School. (Collaboration with GVSU).
Published twice a year and sent to all contributors to the Enrichment Fund.
Published monthly to serve the regional business community by offering a profile of business activity in the area.
Collection contains microfilmed issues of the Western Chronicle newspaper of Three Rivers, Michigan from September 1849 to March 1864.
Collection contains microfilmed issues of the Western Michigan Catholic newspaper of Grand Rapids, from September 1948 to April 1988.
Collection includes diaries kept by Westfall during high school and college, cash account books kept in high school until 1925, and a small notebook of unidentified code; insurance and legal records, and a small brown medicine bottle make up the rest of the collection.
Insider is a bi-monthly programming newsletter produced by WGVU Public Media, a service of Grand Valley State University.
Published weekly serving the White Lake area community. Collection contains microfilmed issues from 1983 to 1993, and paper issues from 1994 to the present day.
Collection contains microfilmed issues of the White Lake Observer newspaper from April 1977 to May 1984.
News publication put out by the Women's Information Bureau covering local and campus news concerning issues, services, and activities pertaining to women. Formerly Women's Information Bureau Newsletter. April 1977-April 1982.
The Margaret Willey papers consist of the manuscript and galley proofs of Willey’s 1983 novel, The Bigger Book of Lydia. The collection includes the typescript, page proofs/mock-up, camera ready past-up, and galleys.
Videotaped interviews of William James College faculty, students and administrators by Barbara Roos.
Program and administrative files, meeting minutes, and faculty workshops.
Newsletter for the William James College community.
Weekly newsletter for the William James College community. Each issue has a different title.
Series contains department files of the Women and Gender Studies department from 1977 to 2018. Files include reports, correspondence, fliers and brochures, and extensive files relating to the GVSU Women's Festival and departmental self studies.
Women's studies program publication containing events, articles, and relevant news.
Publication of creative and academic submissions by feminist student organization Sister.
Published monthly in West Michigan to report national labor news, title changed from Grand Valley Labor News in 2011.
The Grand Valley Writing Center, part of the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies Fred Meijer Center for Writing and Michigan Authors, was created in 1979. It began as a student academic tutoring resource that was introduced along with the SWS program. The Write Club newsletter began as Boccaccio's Discourse in 1996, but changed names at the start of the 2000-2001 academic year. Collection contains issues of the newsletter.
In Writing is the Grand Valley State University Department of Writing's newsletters. The publication includes articles about department events, faculty, students, and alumni and features pieces written by faculty, students and staff. The collection contains issues from 2004-2005 and 2009-2017.
Series contains broadsides and event posters from GVSU's annual Poetry Night events. Poets include: Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Kwame Dawes, Mark Doty, Dorianne Laux, C. K. Williams, Philip Levine, Patricia Clark, Robert Pinsky,Carol Ann Duffy, Bob Hicock, Tony Hoagland, Patricia Smith, Dan Gerber, and Cynthia Macdonald.
Series contains Grand Valley State University Writing Department's text book, colloquially known as the "Green Book," for its first-year writing program. WRT 150: A Guide to First Year Writing at Grand Valley State University includes an introduction to the program, syllabus guidelines, process and portfolio development information, and portfolio examples. Series includes the publication dating from 2002-2017. In 2017 the publication dropped the "WRT 150" from its title.
Collection contains microfilmed issues of the Wyoming Advance newspaper from September 1983 to February 1995.