As you may be aware, GRCC has a special program on campus that provides copies of USA Today free to employees and students at kiosks that accept the Raidercard. Right now – USA Today is celebrating its 30th anniversary and has a special contest:
September 15, 1982 a new era begin when USA TODAY became the first Nation’s Newspaper. This weekend they begin the next thirty years. The media landscape has seen drastic transformation and the way we get news and information is constantly evolving.
Be a part of a new beginning. Find a print copy of USA TODAY’s weekend edition (Sept. 14-16) on your campus. Take your photo with the new newspaper and something that identifies your school. Send it to us for our Birthday photo wall. 30 Prize Packs awarded for the best photos! More information available here.
Sheriff’s office welcomes new deputy – Nic Weemhoff got the job nearly 100 applied for
By Karen Bota | September 13. 2012 5:54PM | Ionia Sentinel-Standard
IONIA COUNTY — Nic Weemhoff is the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office newest road deputy. Weemhoff joined the department six weeks ago. Weemhoff was most recently an officer with the Lowell Police Department. Before that he was with the Newago Police Department and the Kent County Park Police. He is a graduate of the police academy at Grand Rapids Community College. (More)
Prolific fundraiser will leave Grand Rapids Community College for education post in Indiana
Published: Thursday, September 13, 2012, 7:18 PM | Grand Rapids Press | By Brian McVicar
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — The head of Grand Rapids Community College’s foundation has accepted a job as chancellor with a community college in Indiana. Andy Bowne, who in addition to leading the GRCC foundation served as vice president for college advancement, will begin his new job as chancellor of Ivy Tech Community College’s East Central Region on Oct. 8. (More)