GRCC In the News 07/01/2022

Más de 900 nuevos estudiantes elegibles para asistir a GRCC con apoyo financiero de Grand Rapids Promise Zone

6/30/22 El Vocero

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN–  900 estudiantes han sido invitados a asistir a Grand Rapids Community College a aplicar en los programas de becas para el año académico 2022-2023 con el apoyo financiero de Grand Rapids Promise Zone. 

(GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN– 900 students have been invited to attend Grand Rapids Community College to apply for scholarship programs for the 2022-2023 academic year with financial support from the Grand Rapids Promise Zone.)

GRCC alumni, professors collaborate to support Ukrainian relief efforts

6/30/22 Grand Rapids Business Journal

Community college professors and alumni are being featured in a poetry anthology, the proceeds of which will be donated to the International Rescue Committee.

“Busy Griefs, Raw Towns,” a new poetry anthology featuring Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) graduates and professors, will be on sale starting July 15 at Schuler Books & Music, 2660 28th St. SE in Grand Rapids.

Nagle family hosts vigil asking for justice, answers in deadly deputy shooting

6/30/22 FOX 17

ALLEGAN COUNTY, Mich.  — The family of Joseph Nagle, 22, gathered at the spot where he died on a rural Allegan County road Thursday with one thing in mind: justice.

… The family says that’s not like Joseph. He looked up to law enforcement officers, studied to be a police officer at Grand Rapids Community College, and ultimately decided not to go into law enforcement because he didn’t like guns.

NJCAA to launch inaugural logo tournament July 5


DOWAGIAC — National Junior College Athletic Association Region 12 announced Thursday it will be having its inaugural logo tournament.

… With 35 schools, there are also three play-in match ups — Lakeland vs. Grand Rapids Community College; Ivy Tech-Fort Wayne vs. Terra State Community College and North Central Michigan College vs. Oakland Community College.

Family, friends create memorial for man shot & killed by Allegan County sheriff’s deputy

7/1/22 WWMT

HOPKINS, Mich. — A memorial banner, cross and bouquets of flowers now serve as a quiet reminder about what happened on the rural Allegan County road where Joseph Nagle took his last breath.

… He was taking classes at Grand Rapids Community College and wanted to become a police officer, according to his ex-girlfriend, Courtney Riva.

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