Travel: Tempt Your Taste Buds in West Michigan
September 20, 2015; The New Citizens Press (Ingham County)
Henderson Castle has become one of the most popular restaurants in Kalamazoo. Built in 1895, it is on a steep hill and overlooks the downtown area.
… The Heritage Restaurant is a fine dining public restaurant staffed by culinary school students under the direct supervision of Chef Professors and Table Service Professors at Secchia Institute for Culinary Education. The Secchia Institute for Culinary Education at Grand Rapids Community College is a world-class program with over 25 years of experience offering degrees and certificates in Culinary Arts, Culinary Management, and Baking & Pastry Arts. The Heritage Restaurant is located in the GRCC Wisner-Bottrall Applied Technology Center on the corner of Fountain and Ransom Streets (parking is off of Ransom). Lunch averages $7-$12 per person; dinner averages $21-$30 per person.
Davison grad stepping up at UDM
September 27, 2015; The County Press (Lapeer)
DETROIT — Davison graduate David Thompson has been busy on the golf course since high school, only now it’s at the collegiate level. Thompson crafted an impressive golf career at Grand Rapids Community College before transferring to the University of Detroit-Mercy.
Skippers split pair of games at Raider Challenge
September 26, 2015; The Times Herald (Port Huron)
GRAND RAPIDS — The St. Clair County Community College volleyball team saw its five game win streak come to an end Saturday at the Raider Challenge at Grand Rapids Community College.
The Exercise Science – HR/Staff Development Annual ArtPrize Fitness Scavenger Hunt is ready for us to go see some beautiful art, enjoy the outdoors and get some exercise!
Join Julie Otte on Thursday, October 1 at 12:00 for a fun lunch break! Meet outside the fieldhouse steps with a water bottle and some good walking shoes and we’ll head out and have a great time!
Contact Julie Otte with questions.
Please join us at the Tassell M-TEC for cake and punch during Manufacturing Week to celebrate two grants recently awarded to GRCC; The Apprenticeship Grant (3.9 million) and the JP MorganChase Foundation Grant ($41,000). We would like to extend a thank you to all who continue to support our efforts to enhance our West Michigan workforce!
Tour our newly upgraded Machine Tool Lab, Virtual Welding Lab, Computer Lab, Automotive and Construction Labs. Meet our faculty and talk with our Career Coaches and Job Developers.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The volleyball team had a great showing this weekend at the Raider Challenge. The Raiders played very strong and went 4-0 on the weekend, beating Cuyahoga CC, Lorain County CC, Alpena CC and Mott CC. This Tuesday, come support these young ladies in their home conference match with Kellogg CC at 6:30PM.
Congratulations to Jordan Mattson, a sophomore from Grandville H.S., who recorded his first hole in one of his career at Stonegate GC during the Muskegon Community College Invite yesterday. Jordan shot a 73 to lead the Raiders to a first place finish.
Congratulations to the Raider Golf Team as they picked up their first tournament win of the season after finishing second last week. The team shot a winning score of 293 finishing nine strokes in front of Muskegon Community College who shot 302. Leading the way for the Raiders with a score of 73 were Jordan Mattson from Grandville, Aaron McCoy from Marshall, and Devin Capron from Suttons Bay who was competing in his first college tournament. The Raiders next tournament is today and tomorrow at the Taylor Invite at Egypt Valley GC.
Many of the ArtPrize entries in the Spectrum Theater lobby have GRCC or GRJC connections:
- Daryl Bruischat; “X-Games” – GRJC alumnus
- Rhonda Joy Ashby; “Solace” – GRCC alumnae, Visual Arts
- Emily Johnson; “Blue Ray” – GRCC alumnae, Visual Arts
- Michael Sepanik; “Dust Dancing” – GRCC & FSU student
- Gypsy Schindler; “White Noise” – GRCC alumnae
25Live is the new face of event scheduling, a function previously managed using R25. You may have already noticed references to 25Live on the GRCC home page, and on the digital signs recently installed around campus. The next step in the ongoing transition will be to remove user access to the CWEST web viewer.
Effective October 1, 2015, CWEST will no longer be available for use to the GRCC community. The 25Live project team is providing training and support, and we welcome your questions and feedback.