Recently, Mel Trotter Ministries introduced new mobile showers in an effort to make shower facilites more accessible to the homeless community in Grand Rapids. But, with a building in desperate need of repairs, could the money to build these mobile showers have been better spent? Reporter Emmie Estes gives her perspective.
News editor Zach Avery tracks the timeline of a hate crime that occurred on Aquinas College grounds, involving transfer student Raymond King.
Throughout the Grand Rapids area, organizations are providing food and resources to those suffering from business closures as a result of COVID-19. Staff Writer Anna Schlutt provides more details on what organizations are offering and how to help.
Reporter Martina Devetak recommends some of her favorite places for global cuisine around campus.
Reporter Abi Safago brings us the inside scoop on what has made Corgis in the Park one of the most popular with West Michigan residents.
Reporter Joi Adams covers the grand opening of a downtown entertainment attraction that has the city of Grand Rapids talking.
Anna-Jo Stuart investigates the commotion outside Regina Hall on Saturday, October 5.
Strikes demanding action on climate change took place globally and in Grand Rapids on September 20. Elizabeth Walztoni reports.
Reporter Abi Safago dishes up the recommendations.
Although ArtPrize is taking a break this year, Reporter Abi Safago fills you in on what art will be lining the streets this fall.