6/13: Last day of Hauenstein Center summit features Lubbers, Nelson Read
6/12: Second day of Hauenstein Common Ground summit kicks off Read
6/12: GVSU explores common ground between liberals and conservatives Listen
6/11: Hauenstein Center kicks off three-day seminar on politics in education Read
6/11: Is higher education too politicized? GVSU conference to examine if compromise is possible Read
6/9: Common Ground Summit Listen
6/6: Michigan Honors: State contributed soldiers and manufacturing might to D-Day battle, 70 years ago Read
6/3: Michigan Honors: Find World War II veterans from West Michigan in our database Read
5/5: GVSU Hauenstein Center to host presentation by Rick Atkinson Read
5/5: Hauenstein Center hosts expert on D-Day, WWII Read
4/29: Help us honor living World War II veterans of West Michigan Read
4/21: Workshop: learning to work through disagreement Read
4/15: Workshop to focus on avoiding discussion pitfalls Read
4/14: Workshop on working with rivals Read
4/11: The Address, Ken Burns Documentary Watch
4/10: Hauenstein Center to host workshop on working with rivals (Grand Valley State University) Read
4/9: Hauenstein Center to host workshop on working with rivals Read
4/6: Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies Read
4/1: Hauenstein Center Director Gleaves Whitney reads the Gettysburg Address for WGVU Watch
3/31: Expert discusses post traumatic stress disorder Read
3/28: The Hidden Wounds of War Listen
3/20: PTSD, Treatment of ‘Moral Injuries’ Central Focus of Two-Day Conference Read
3/20: PTSD, Treatment of ‘Moral Injuries’ Central Focus of Two-Day Conference Read
3/12: Gleaves Whitney on The Justin Barclay Show. Listen (Start at 20m:40s)
3/12: The Wheelhouse Talks and International Women’s Day. Listen
3/10: Heartwell, SowHope CEO headline International Women’s Day event Read
3/5: Heartwell, SowHope CEO headline International Women’s Day event Read
2/14: Civility in politics expert to speak at Hauenstein Center event Read
2/7: Expert to discuss civility in politics at Hauenstein Center keynote Read
1/26: Are we really united? Read
1/24: Tea Party is doomed for reasons centuries old, says Colin Woodard, author of ‘American Nations’ Read
1/23: Colin Woodard Listen
1/22: Is the United States one nation? Author Colin Woodard says it’s really 11 Read
1/21: Hauenstein Center to host interactive workshop Read
1/16: Award-winning journalist to discuss identities of American Nations Read
1/15: The debate continues for minimum wage Read
1/13: Coffeehouse Debate on minimum wage on Jan. 14 Read
1/13: Hauenstein gives major gift to center Read
1/10: Minimum wage focus of Coffeehouse Debate Read
1/9: Mayor kicks off Wheelhouse Talks Read
12/31: World War II Veteran Donates $1 Million to GVSU Read
12/23: Mayor George Heartwell next speaker at Wheelhouse Talks Read
12/13: Snowe talks progress, failure of Congress at Hauenstein Center event Read
12/12: The Hauenstein Center for Presidential studies has much going on, including a recent gift by Colonel Ralph Hauenstein Listen
12/12: Former U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe speaks at GVSU’s Hauenstein Center Read
12/10: Hauenstein makes another investment for GVSU’s Hauenstein Center for presidential studies Read
12/09: Hauenstein donates $1 million to GVSU center Read
12/09: Grand Valley State University given major gift Read
12/09: Philanthropist Makes $1M Donation To GVSU Center Read
12/09: Grand Valley State University given $1 million donation for Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies Read
12/09: Hauenstein donates $1M to GVSU center Read
12/09: GVSU Hauenstein Center gets $1 million gift Read
12/09: Philanthropist donates $1M to university for leadership Read
12/09: Grand Valley announces major gift to Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies Read
12/08: Ralph Hauenstein passing along leadership lessons he learned over 101 remarkable years Read
12/08: Ralph Hauenstein, 101-year-old WWII vet, philanthropist, donates $1 million to GVSU Read
12/01: Hauenstein Center to host JFK presentation Read
11/29: “JFK: The Spirit of Cold War Liberalism” with Jason Duncan at GVSU Read
11/27: Aquinas professor/author will address JFK’s legacy at Hauenstein speaker series Read
11/26: Kennedy expert will highlight JFK achievements Read
11/22: Focus on Anniversary of JFK Assassination No Surprise to Presidential Expert Read
11/21: American Conversations on Common Ground Listen
11/20: Noted author, columnist to speak at Hauenstein Center lecture Read
11/20: Forbes columnist to speak at Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum Read
11/18: Hauenstein Center, partners to host noted presidential author Read
11/11: Hauenstein Center examines “The Conservative Mind at 60” Read
11/11: Business ethicist to present at next Wheelhouse Talk Read
11/8: Here’s a look at events happening this month at GVSU Read
11/6: Hauenstein Center event to examine significant conservative writing, 60 years later Read
11/6: Finding common ground Read
11/6: Coffee House Debate discusses role of government Read
11/5: Audio: Russell Kirk’s Final Public Lecture Read
11/5: Hauenstein Center Coffee House Debate Listen
11/4: Jonathan Haidt: Why Good People are Divided by Politics (and Religion) Read
11/4: Election day debate at GVSU considers role of government Read
11/3: Hauenstein Center hosts coffee house debate Read
10/23: Poll: US prefers hemorrhoids to Congress Read
10/23: Psychologist explores what?s wrong with Washington, religion Read
10/22: Interview with Shelly Irwin on WGVU – “American Conversations” Listen
10/21: Psychologist to discuss religion, politics, and why they divide us Read
10/21: Biannual reception will celebrate student leaders Read
10/15: Psychologist to speak at GVSU about why religion, politics divide the public Read
10/14: Renowned psychologist to discuss religion, politics, and why they divide us Read
10/4: Whitney discusses “Common Ground” on Michigan Radio Read
10/3: What history can tell us about the government shutdown Read
10/3: Stateside for Thursday, October 3rd, 2013 Read
9/10: Hauenstein Center discussion focuses on finding common ground Read
9/9: Hauenstein Center’s conversations series continues Read
9/9: Interview with Shelly Irwin on WGVU – “The Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies” Listen
9/4: Discussion at GVSU to focus on whether common ground is still possible in U.S. politics Read
7/22: Interview with Shelly Irwin on WGVU – Hauenstein Center Presents, “An Evening with the Presidents” Listen
7/12: What would Jerry do? Read
4/18: Hauenstein Center hosts expert panelists for discussion on political views Read
1/24: GVSU to present former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright with fellowship medal Read
1/21: Stateside: Second inaugural addresses throughout history Read
1/16: Reagan documentary to premiere at GVSU Read
12/23: Right-to-work fallout clouds Snyder’s future Read
12/7: What would you ask Presidential daughter Susan Ford Bales and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Jon Meacham? Read
12/4: President Ford, Betty Ford’s personal items to be auctioned to raise money for Ford Presidential Library and Museum Read
11/14: GVSU town hall calls for Vandenberg-esque bipartisan statesmanship Read
11/08: Post-Election Town Hall to Focus on Bipartisanship, Cooperation Read
11/06: Stateside: A history of mudslinging Read
10/31: Panel discusses upcoming political topics Read
9/13: Hauenstein Center director explores secrets of Constitutional Convention Read
9/13: Hauenstein director takes closer look at 1787 Constitutional Convention Read
9/12: Hauenstein kicks off Wheelhouse Talks with honors college chair Read
9/07: The 7 Coolest Presidents In American History Read
9/07: GVSU’s presidential expert lists his coolest presidents Read
8/01: Meetings with author Gore Vidal were ‘memorable,’ says Hank Meijer Read
5/05: GVSU to honor former national security advisor Brent Scowcroft Read
5/03: Scowcroft to receive Hauenstein Fellowship Read
4/27: Jacoby, D’Souza debate Religion in the Public Square Read
4/26: Is Christianity Good for American Politics? – WGVU Read
4/25: Experts Debate if Christianity is Good for American Politics Read
4/18: Hauenstein Center benefactor awarded French Legion of Honor medal Read
4/18: 100-year-old Grand Rapids man surprised to be awarded French Legion of Honor for his covert role in winning World War II Read
4/11: ArtPrize founder Rick DeVos teases new project announcement at Wheelhouse Talk Read
3/10: On the eve of 100th birthday, philanthropist Ralph Hauenstein shares his secret that helped win World War II Read
3/9: America’s founding slave Read
2/22: Author, journalist details how Roosevelt saved football Read
1/30: Religious Life of Past Presidents ‘Understudied,’ Expert Says Read
1/17: State of the State contrasts: Where others agonized, Gov. Rick Snyder works without script Read
1/16: MSU medical school dean passes on leadership lessons learned at pivotal moments in her life Read
1/16: MSU med school dean next GVSU Wheelhouse speaker Read
12/16: Christopher Hitchens, Hauenstein Center debater, dies of cancer Read
12/16: A look back at Christopher Hitchens’ visit to Grand Rapids Read
12/05: Story of U.S. Sen. Arthur Vandenberg’s political career is finally being told in PBS documentary Read
11/22: Seidman College dean next speaker at Wheelhouse Talks Read
11/22: Historian views late President John F. Kennedy through his young widow’s eyes Read
11/22: ‘JFK Through Jackie’s Eyes’ lecture tonight Read
11/16: Hauenstein Center hosts Kennedy expert for ‘JFK through Jackie’s Eyes’ Read
11/15: Hauenstein Center hosts ‘JFK through Jackie’s Eyes’ Read
11/1: GVSU Wheelhouse Talks features Luisa Schumacher Read
10/20: Why Meijer President Mark Murray says Gov. Rick Snyder is a good leader Read
10/17: Wheelhouse Talks features Mark Murray Read
10/10: John Adams Contest Winner! Read
9/26: Wheelhouse Talks feature state and local leaders Read
9/23: Grand Valley announces speaker lineup for ‘Wheelhouse Talks’ on innovation, leadership Read
9/12: GVSU Constitution Day event Read
9/12: All about the Benjamin – Whitney to discuss impact of Ben Franklin Read
9/10: Presidential expert to speak on Ben Franklin for Constitution Day event Read
6/30: Hauenstein Center director to speak at Loutit Library Read
6/01: Ellsberg, panel discuss famous ‘leak’ during the Vietnam war era Read
5/31: Gov. Snyder looks to build on early successes Read
5/02: World War II vet, Afghanistan bombing victim cheer bin Laden’s death Read
4/18: One House, Two Agendas – CQ Weekly ? Cover Story Read
3/15: Grand Valley State University extends its highest honor to President Gerald R. Ford Read
3/13: Gerald R. Ford honored with inaugural Ralph Hauenstein fellowship Read
3/8: Library gets grant to stage historical play. Read
2/15: ‘The Gipper’ brings his heroes to Grand Rapids for birthday celebration Read
12/02: President Bush Visits Grand Rapids Read
11/30: Ralph Hauenstein remembers his good friend Peter Cook Read
11/15: Former U.S. intelligence official donates vast collection of reference materials to GVSU Read
11/10: Ralph Hauenstein honored as Twilight Shining Star by Senior Neighbors Read
11/10: Ralph Hauenstein honored as Twilight Shining Star by Senior Neighbors Read
10/14: “Former first lady to speak on mental illness in GR on Oct. 26 (grandhaventribune.com) Read
10/12: “Rosalynn Carter gives hope for overcoming mental health crisis” (hollandsentinel.com) Read
10/12: “Former Grand Rapids mayor, state Chamber of Commerce official debate merits of Constitutional Convention” (MLive.com) Read
10/4: “Lawyer, official to debate need for state constitutional convention” (hollandsentinel.com) Read
7/1: “Vietnam vet shares war stories in Grand Rapids” (WZZM 13) Read
6/2: “Lecture series on first ladies begin June 7″ (Grand Haven Tribune) Read
5/11: “Deservedly plugging a buddy’s book: ‘Reinventing the Right’ (OC Register) Read
4/29: “WGVU’s Shelley Irwin interview Gleaves Whitney on ‘Why We Still Like Ike’” (WGVU) Listen
4/24: “Grand Valley State University expert on presidents gives insight into ‘Why
We Like Ike’” (North Ottawa Tribune)
4/22: “Presidential scholar to speak at LDL on April 29.” (Grand Valley Tribune) Read
4/7: “Leadership Academy offers valuable networking” (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
4/5: “Grand Valley to Host Sustainability Summit” Read
4/3: “Grand Valley State University to host sustainability summit” (Grand Rapids Press) Read
4/2: “Grand Valley holds sustainability summit” (Holland Sentinel) Read
3/28: “U-M professor Juan Cole to discuss U.S.-Muslim Relations” (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
3/24: Leadership Fellow Nam Nguyen wins Michigan Campus Compact’s “Heart and Soul” Award. Read
2/22: “Ask Gleaves: US-Iranian Relations” (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
2/12: “An honest discussion about Abe Lincoln planned at Ford Museum (Mlive) Read
1/27: Grand Valley Summit on Health Care Reform – Shelly Irwin (WGVU) Listen
1/27: “GVSU hosts health care forums with speakers from Brookings Institute, Slate and more” (Grand Rapids Press) Read
1/26: “Struggling Obama faces a high-stakes State of the Union” (Canada’s Globe and Mail) Read
1/25: “GVSU hosts health care reform summit this week” (Grand Rapids Business Journal) Read
1/25: “Catching Up With: Whitney on Granholm’s Final S.O.S. (Gongwer News Service) Read
1/25: “Obama success relies on departure from Washington ‘politics as usual’” (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
1/25: “Experts to debate health care reform” (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
1/22: “What happens with health care reform now?” (Wood TV 8) Watch
1/10: “Reappraising the Right: The Past and Future of American Conservatism” by Hauenstein Associate Dr. George Nash (Heritage Foundation) Read
1/8: A “Trifecta of Nonsense” (FactCheck.org) Read
11/18: Ask Gleaves: Obama losing ground on health care (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
11/12: Townhall meeting to focus on strategies for Michigan’s future (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
11/8: Forums offer chance to comment on how to fix Michigan (Grand Rapids Examiner) Read
10/20: Around Grand Valley: Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies (GVSU’s News and Information Services) Watch
10/12: Authors debate: Did FDR’s social programs make the Great Depression worse? (Grand Rapids Press) Read
10/11: Panelists to draw correlations between nation’s depressions (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
10/9: Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies Enters Nobel Peace Prize Winner Debate (WGVU) Read
10/8: GVSU hosts ‘From Cold War to War on Terror conference (GV Now) Read
9/28: GVSU debates will compare Great Depression, current recession (Grand Rapids Press) Read
9/17: President impersonators help East Grand Rapids students celebrate Constitution Day (GR Press) Read
9/16: Long-dead presidents spend day in GR (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
8/30: Leadership Academy equips future professionals (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
6/12: Studying Presidents in Grand Rapids (Dome Magazine) Read
4/11: C-SPAN to Air GVSU Program (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
4/5: Around the Nation (The Nation) Read
4/1: Lowry, vanden Heuvel Meeting in Grand Rapids to Debate Obama’s First Months (Grand Rapids Press) Read
4/1: Ask Gleaves: The Effects of Big Government (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
4/1: Prominent Liberal, Conservative to Debate Obama’s First 100 Days (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
4/1: A Spirited Debate on President Obama’s First 100 Days (GV Now) Read
3/20: President Barack Obama and the Lessons of Antiquity (GV Now) Read
3/15: Grand Rapids Economic Club to Host Condoleeza Rice in June (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
2/27: Historian H. W. Brands Assesses Obama’s First Days in Office (GV Now) Read
2/25: Ask Gleaves: Looking to Lincoln (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
2/6: Lincoln v. Douglas: A Sesquicentennial Debate (GV Now) Read
1/28: Phillips to Cover Lincoln, Leadership (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
1/27: Political Dynasties Fade Away (Washington Times) Read
1/25: Author Says Lincoln Offers Lessons in Leadership (Grand Rapids Press) Read
1/21: Obama’s Speech Delivers; Can His Presidency? (Detroit News) Read
1/21: GVSU Students Gather for High-Tech Inauguration (WZZM News) Read
1/21: Celebrate Change (Grand Valley Lanthorn) Read
1/20: Grand Valley Celebrates Inauguration (GV Now) Read
1/20: Bush Calls World Leaders, Commutes Sentences (Centre Daily News) Read
1/19: Obama’s Countdown to Destiny (Arab News) Read
1/19: Historical Inauguration and Inauguration History (GV Now) Read
1/18: Nation Has High Expectations for Obama (Detroit Free Press) Read
1/18: Congress Goes Along with Obama For Now (Detroit Free Press) Read
1/15: As Bush Prepares to Leave Office, Time Will Be the True Test of Legacy (Fox News) Read
1/13: Inauguration Event Moved to Fieldhouse (GV Now) Read
1/8: Lincoln Author Phillips to Visit GR (Grand Haven Tribune) Read
1/4: Scholars Unflinching in Negative Assessment of Bush’s Legacy (Detroit Free Press) Read
1/4: Bush Legacy Up for Debate (Bradenton Herald) Read
12/24: Obama Picks Bible for Inauguration, but What Verse? (CNN) Read
12/20: Some Think Bush Was Too Liberal (St. Petersburg Times) Read
12/15: Delegation Attends Electoral College Vote in Lansing (GV Now) Read
12/8: Hauenstein Center Holds Washington Conference on the Bush Legacy (GV Now) Read
12/8: Second President’s Library to Visit (Muskegon Chronicle) Read
11/21: Life After the White House (The Week) Read
11/12: Pew Campus to Host First National Assessment of Bush (GV Lanthorn) Read
11/3: Ask Gleaves: Election 2008 Special Edition (GV Lanthorn) Read
10/31: Political Fashions Banned from Polling Locations (GV Lanthorn) Read
10/29: Analyzing the Bush Legacy (GV Now) Read
10/16: Expert Panel Examines Policies of Presidential Candidates (GV Now) Read
10/9: L. William Seidman Talks Financial Crisis (GV Now) Read
10/9: L. William Seidman to Discuss Presidential Candidates (GV Now) Read
10/7: Campaign Aims to ‘Shape Our Future’ (GV Lanthorn) Read
10/2: Seidman Experts Respond to Economic Crisis (GV Now) Read
10/1: Ask Gleaves: Nation Braces for Historic Election (GV Lanthorn) Read
9/17: Thomas, Hills Debate at Hauenstein (GV Lanthorn) Read
9/16: Hauenstein Events Celebrate Constitution Day (GV Now) Read
9/15: Democratic Senator, Republican Politician to Battle for Nov. 4 (GV Lanthorn) Read
9/12: Mobile Voting Registration Coming to Grand Valley (GV Now) Read
8/27: Washington Post Columnist Visits Grand Rapids (GV Now) Read
8/25: Conference to Show Michigan History Rooted in Underground Railroad (GV Lanthorn) Read
8/19: McCain or Obama? Hauenstein Center Hosts Debate (GV Now) Read
7/13: GV to Raise 50 Million for 50th Anniversary (GV Lanthorn) Read
5/27: Conference Focuses on PTSD (GV Now) Read
4/14: The Electoral College: 2008 Debate (GV Now) Read
4/5: Hitchens vs Hitchens: Peace at Last (Mail on Sunday)
4/5: The Other Hitchens (World on the Web)
4/4: Hitchens Brothers Debate the Tough Stuff: God, War (GR Press)
4/2: Journalistic Titans, Brothers to Debate (GV Lanthorn)
4/2: Ask Gleaves – April Fools (GV Lanthorn)
3/29: Hitchens Brothers Bring Their Faith Debate to Downtown (GR Press)
3/23: Ford ‘Memoir’ Fuels JFK Plot Buffs (GR Press)
3/20: Brothers Square Off Over God, Politics, and Culture (GV Now)
3/19: Ask Gleaves – Campaign Vitriol (GV Lanthorn)
3/9: Biographer to Discuss Presidents in GVSU Lectures (GR Press)
3/6: Presidential Historian and Professor Visits GVSU (GVSU News)
3/5: The Slouch, the Stare, the Stutter: The Many Gifts of William F. Buckley Jr. (National Review)
2/22: Editorial Quick Hits (Detroit News)
2/18: It’s George Washington’s Birthday, Not Presidents Day (National Review)
2/18: Thomas Jefferson, John Adams to Come to Stage (GV Lanthorn)
2/3: Ask Gleaves – Valentine’s Day (GV Lanthorn)
1/31: Kasey Pipes Brings Historical Perspectives (GV Lanthorn)
1/27: Kasey Pipes to Speak at Gerald R. Ford Museum (GV Lanthorn)
1/23: Michigan to Celebrate 171st Birthday Saturday (GV Lanthorn)
1/22: The Road to Little Rock and the Challenge of Equality (GVSU News)
1/10: Ask Gleaves – College Football (GV Lanthorn)
1/7: Two From GV Community Die on Christmas Day (GV Lanthorn)


12/27: Great Lady Will Be Missed (GR Press)
12/26: GVSU Mourns the Death of Grace Hauenstein (GV Now)
12/26: Grace Hauenstein Dies (Wood TV)
12/6: Romney Tests if Voters Are Less Tolerant than Founders (Detroit News)
12/2: Ask Gleaves – George Washington, “greatest man in the world” (GV Lanthorn)
11/8: Rare Presidential Books Acquired (GV Lanthorn)
11/1: Collector Gives GVSU Writings From 40 Presidents (GR Press)
11/1: GVSU Acquires Rare Book Collection Written by U.S. Presidents (GV Now)
10/31: Ask Gleaves – Wartime Presidents (GV Lanthorn)
10/31: Historian Jill Norgren Visits Grand Rapids (GV Now)
10/17: GV to Host History Lectures (GV Lanthorn)
10/12: Real Life, Real People: Ralph Hauenstein (WZZM 13)
10/10: Richard Norton Smith Returns to Grand Rapids (GV Now)
10/3: Two GVSU Staff on Lincoln Committee (GV Lanthorn)
9/19: GVSU to Hold Third Annual Constitution Day (GV Lanthorn)
9/17: Constitution Day Celebration Features James Madison (GV Now)
9/16: Cheney Meets Protest in GR (GV Lanthorn)
9/13: Bush and Cheney No Stragers to Michigan (WOOD TV 8)
9/9: And For My Second Act, I’ll Take Some Money (New York Times)
6/17: The Summer of 1787: The Men Who Invented the Constitution (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
6/13: Tweed Roosevelt Relives Great-Grandfather’s Journey (GV Lanthorn)
6/1: Speaker’s Box: Tweed Roosevelt (GR Press)
5/30: Tweed Roosevelt to Visit Grand Rapids (GV Now)
5/13: Dedication Events Set For Homestead (Lincoln Journal Star)
5/11: GVSU’s Hauenstein Center Partners with National Park Service (GV Now)
4/12: Presidential Historian Visits Grand Rapids (GV Now)
3/7: Thomas Jefferson Visits West Michigan (GV Now)
2/12: Caro Visits Grand Rapids on Presidents’ Day (GV Now)
1/24: GV Reacts to State Address (GV Lanthorn)
1/8: Saying Goodbye (GV Lanthorn)
1/3: Unsung Feats Now Appreciated (Detroit News)
1/1: How a City Shaped a President (Detroit Free Press)
1/1: Ford Served as ‘Our Tie to the Nation’ (Detroit News)
12/28: Gerald Ford was a Uniter, a Leader, a Healer, a Michigander (Detroit Free Press)
12/28: Man Left His Mark on Residents (Detroit News)
12/28: How Others View Gerald Ford’s Record (Detroit News)
12/28: A Healer for Turbulent Times (Newsday)
12/28: Remembering Ford (Desert News)
12/28: ‘He Brought Us Back Together’ (Daily News)
12/27: Nevada Leaders Remember Ford (NBC)
11/16: Scholar Defines the Importance of Character (Lanthorn)
11/08: Renowned Presidential Historian to Present at GVSU (Lanthorn)
11/08: Richard Norton Smith Returns to Grand Rapids (GV Now)
10/26: Granholm, Officials Teach Students Skills in Leadership (Lanthorn)
10/26: Kissinger Speaks, Meets Protesters in GR (Lanthorn) Read
10/23: Terrorists Find New Role, Kissinger Says (GR Press)
10/23: Kissinger to Speak Despite Some Protests (Lanthorn)
10/20: Grand Valley Students and Staff Meet with Gov. Granholm (GV News) Read
10/19: Hauenstein Center, Ford Museum, to Host Kissinger (GV Now)
10/5: Writer Questions Conventional Beliefs (Lanthorn)
9/28: Jefferson, Bush, and the War in the Middle East (GV Now)
9/21: Who Is An American? Event Sponsored by GVSU Center (GR Press)
9/21: Constitution Celebration Sparks Immigration Debate (Lanthorn)
9/21: Immigration, A Reality of America’s Past, Future (Lanthorn)
9/16: Forum Opens Debate On Immigration (GR Press) Read
9/14: Immigration Debates to Begin at GV (Lanthorn) Read
8/17: Kissinger, Ford’s Son to Speak in GR (GR Press) Read
8/6: Washington? Get in Line (U.S. News & World Report) Read
7/13: Series Gives Insight Into Founding Father’s Life (Lanthorn) Read
7/6: Alexander Hamilton: The Man Who Made Modern America (GV Now) Read
7/3: Library Hosts Alexander Hamilton Exhibit (MLive) Read
6/1: Roosevelt, Students Win Awards at GVSU (Lanthorn) Read
5/5: Bono Preaches, Pleads for Aid to Africa (GR Press) Read
5/3: Business Person of the Year, Slykhouse Award Winners Named (GR Press) Read
4/24: Ralph Hauenstein honored (Education News) Read
4/24: Vet to Share War Stories (Lanthorn) Read
4/10: Speaker Tells Stories (Lanthorn) Read
3/20: GV Partners with Historian (Lanthorn) Read
3/16: Richard Norton Smith partners with Hauenstein Center (GVSU News) Read
3/15: GV Partners with Historian (Lanthorn) Read
2/27: Affirmative Action debated on campus (GV Now) Read
2/27: Professors debate Affirmative Action at GVSU (Lanthorn) Read
2/22: MCRI to be Center of Debate in GR (Lanthorn) Read
2/21: Affirmative action measure debated (GV Now) Read
2/23: Hauenstein Center’s ‘March Madness’ gets underwasy (Lanthorn) Read
02/20: Picking the best president (Hannibal Courier-Post) Read
02/15: Contest to Pick Most Influential President (Lanthorn) Read
02/14: March Madness in the White House (GV Now) Read
02/01: GV, Michigan React to Bush’s Address (Lanthorn) Read


11/16: Hauenstein Center event canceled (GV Now) Read
10/30: City Commission Asks How to Keep College Grads in GR (Lanthorn) Read
10/30: Student Panelist Set to Question City Candidates (Lanthorn) Read
9/30: National experts gather for ‘War and Empire’ (GV Now) Read
9/29: ‘War and Empire’ questions U.S. military advancement (Lanthorn) Read
9/29: Panel of Experts Connects Empire to American History (Lanthorn) Read
9/29: Historian Points Out War Across Generations (Lanthorn) Read
9/21: GVSU Shares in New Holiday (Lanthorn) Read
9/16: Faculty Panel Discussion Planned for Constitution Day (GV Now) Read
9/15: World views clash in ‘imperial’ debate (GR Press) Read
9/14: War of words precedes debate (GR Press) Read
9/13: ‘War and Empire’ debate moved (GV Now) Read
9/8: GVSU students hold Katrina benefit (GVSU News) Read
9/1: Religion and the Presidency (GV Magazine) Read
8/25: National experts gather for ‘War and Empire’ (GV Now) Read
7/13: Happy Birthday, Mr. President (GV Now) Read
4/15: Veterans speak on liberating Nazi death camp prisoners (GV Now) Read
4/13: Reagan Scholar Visits Gerald R. Ford Museum (Lanthorn) Read
4/13: Churchill’s Life Shown in Exhibit (Lanthorn) Read
4/11: Hauenstein Center examines President Reagan (GVSU News) Read
4/9: Series focuses on leadership style of Reagan, senator (GR Press) Read
3/28: Hauenstein Center examines world leaders in April (GVSU News) Read
3/16: Hauenstein Center Web Site Experiences Record Hits (Lanthorn) Read
2/28: Henry Kissinger visits West Michigan (GV Now) Read
2/28: The Hauenstein Center brings Henry Kissinger to West Michigan (GVSU News) Read
2/25: Kissinger to speak on China (GR Press) Read
2/24: Grand Valley’s U.S. presidential web site sets record (GVSU News) Read


11/30: Drawn By Faith and Politics (Lanthorn) Read
11/24: C-SPAN to televise Religion and the Presidency Conference (GV Now) Read
11/20: Religious moderates delivered key support to Bush, scholar says (Toledo Blade) Read
11/19: Kerry to slow to woo Catholics, activist says (Toledo Blade) Read
11/19: Author says politicians use faith to further own ends (GR Press) Read
11/15: Religion and the Presidency explored at Grand Valley (GV Now) Read
11/4: Theodore Roosevelt comes to Grand Rapids (GV Now) Read
10/26: Discussing the election (GV Now) Read
10/20: Presidential Election Roundtable (GV Now) Read
9/27: Presidential Politics from Hoover to Bush (GV Now) Read
9/9: Ask Gleaves answers presidential questions (GV Lanthorn) Read
9/1: GVSU announces stellar lineup for upcoming Fall Arts Celebration (GV Now) Read
8/26: Presidents’ answer man (GR Press) Read
8/25: Lecture series highlights Ford presidency (GV Lanthorn) Read
8/16: Gerald Ford’s Decision: Pardoning Nixon (GV Now) Read
8/10: Ask Gleaves: Web feature answers anything about politics and history (GV Now) Read
8/1: Watergate: A scandal begat by war (GV Now) Read
6/20: Economist Speaker Predicts Next President (Lanthorn) Read
6/11: Presidential historian reflects on Reagan’s funeral (GV Now) Read
6/8: Presidential historian reflects on life and legacy of Ronald Reagan (GV Now) Read
6/7: Grand Valley historian remembers Ronald Reagan (GVSU News) Read
5/19: Will pocketbook issues pick the next president? (GV Now) Read
4/20: Hauenstein to be honored at commencement (GV Now) Read
4/7: George Washington: On the Wrong Side of the Slavery Issue? (GV Now) Read
3/4: Who was Herbert Hoover? (GV Now) Read
2/24: Harvard scholar brings ‘brainy, quirky’ Herbert Hoover to GR (GVSU News) Read
2/4: Presidential Politics in the Roaring ’20s (GV Now) Read
1/28: Actor brings Calvin Coolidge to Grand Rapids (Grand Haven Tribune) Read
1/22: Presidential Politics in the Roaring ’20s (GVSU News) Read
1/1: Q &A with Gleaves Whitney (GV Magazine) Read


12/17: Hauenstein Center endowment seeks funds (GV Now) Read
12/1: Hauenstein Center educates more than students (GV Lanthorn) Read
11/23: Follow the Leaders (GR Press) Read
11/5: Wartime Presidents: FDR and George W. Bush (GVSU News) Read
10/3: Author tries to explain mystique that keeps JFK popularity (G Press) Read
10/2: A candid look at Camelot (GV Now) Read
9/30: Author coming to discuss book on JFK (GR Press) Read
9/25: A candid look at Camelot (GVSU News) Read
9/21: WGVU radio presents forum on Bush presidency (GR Press) Read
9/20: C-SPAN to air GVSU event (GR Press) Read
9/18: Hauenstein Center Educates More Than Students (GV Lanthorn) Read
9/18: Harvard Scholar Speaks at Book Debut (GV Lanthorn) Read
9/13: Scholars criticize ‘imperial’ presidency (GR Press) Read
9/12: Former West Wing advisor caps off day long 9/11 conference (GV Now) Read
9/12: Grand Valley’s Hauenstein Center gets national TV audience (GVSU News) Read
8/26: Declaration of Independence Made Stop at Grand Valley (Lanthorn) Read
7/24: Garry Wills opens Declaration of Independence Exhibit (GV Now) Read
7/22: Declaration of Independence stops in Allendale (GVSU News) Read
7/22: Declaration Comes to GR (Lanthorn) Read
7/16: Historical signing (GV Now) Read
7/14: Grand Valley’s Hauenstein Center gets new leader (GVSU News) Read


12/2: Intelligence gathering (GV Now) Read
11/21: Sharing intelligence must improve, former FBI-CIA chief says (GR Press) Read
10/19: Grand Valley to host former director of CIA, FBI (Lanthorn) Read
11/18: Presidential decision-making discussed (GV Now) Read
11/7: Webster – A Life Defined by Public Service (GVSU News) Read
11/6: Grand Valley to Host Former Director of CIA, FBI (Lanthorn) Read
11/1: Q/A with Ralph Hauenstein (GV Magazine) Read
10/28: Intelligence briefing (GV Now) Read


11/19: GVSU scholar presents Lincoln Lecture (GV Now) Read
11/9: Holzer continues lecture series (GV Now) Read
11/1: Lincoln Lectures continue (GV Now) Read
10/18: A national crisis examined (GV Now) Read
10/16: American presidency in time of war explored (GVSU News) Read
10/05: Lincoln Lecture Series looks at presidency in time of crisis (GVSU News) Read
10/4: Lincoln Lecture Series Gift of GR Business Man (Lanthorn) Read
10/4: Beschloss opens series (GV Now) Read
9/26: Ford Museum, GVSU sponsoring Lincoln Lecture Series (Grand Haven Tribune) Read
9/25: GVSU features prominent scholars in Lincoln Lecture Series (GVSU News) Read
4/28: $1 million donation helps create presidential studes center (GR Press) Read


9/12: Presiential Campaign Symposium Features President Ford (GVSU News) Read
9/7: Historian Smith Joins GVSU (GV Now) Read
9/5: Noted Presidential Scholar Joins Faculty (GVSU News) Read


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