Alumnus and GRCC adjunct instructor Sammy A. Publes will direct "Detroit '67," the GRCC Players' first production of the 2017-18 season.The story centers on Chelle and her brother, Lank, who are making ends meet by turning their basement into an after-hours joint. A mysterious woman sparks conflict between the siblings, who find themselves caught in the middle of the 1967 riots.
Grand Rapids Community College adds $413.5 million to the Kent County economy and $34.2 million to Ottawa County's economy, according to an analysis presented to the board of trustees on Monday.
Stephanie Thomas — a freshman who ran in her first 5k only two months ago — is the first athlete in GRCC’s cross country program to earn All-American honors.
The sophomore forward/center was a major factor in the success of GRCC’s women’s basketball team in the Kalamazoo Valley Community College Showcase this past weekend.
Families can explore robotics, light and color, and DNA during GRCC's Community Science Day on Nov. 18.
Grand Rapids Community College will host a service and a free lunch, both open to the public, in observance of Veterans Day.
Geography major Kara Jueckstock and 2013 graduate Alyson Mabie received first place for their papers at the recent annual conference of the East Lakes Division of the American Association of Geographers.
Grief, technology, poor decision making, and the media are among the topics that will be tackled by presenters in GRCC's Psychology Speaker Series.
GRCC named its newly renovated recital hall for mezzo-soprano Linn Maxwell Keller during a special ceremony and concert on Oct. 18.
Two Secchia Institute for Culinary Education students will compete against their peers from five other countries when GRCC hosts the Nations' Cup this week.