The WGVU Morning Show

Michigan Titanium

10 hours ago

Susan Haag is a record holder, having finished over 100 Ironmans.  In honor of the upcoming Michigan Titanium race on Sunday, we discuss the event and the challenges in the sport with Susan Haag and Gabrielle Gottlieb.

Grand Haven's Tri-Cities Depot Museum hosts an art show/sale entitled, “Creating Support for Women.” This popup show benefits the Center for Women in Transition. We talk to Mary Sundstrom and Christina Scarpino.

All About Women

10 hours ago
Dr. Robyn Hubbard

All About Women with Dr. Robyn Hubbard on women's health care. Today we discuss Genetic Diseases.

Library Lines

10 hours ago
GRPL

Library Lines with guests joining us from the Grand Rapids Public Library.

WGVU Explorers

10 hours ago
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The WGVU Explorers are set for a trip across the pond to Britain and Ireland. We talk about room for you and the next adventure every week.

Solar Eclipse Party

Aug 16, 2017
Grand Rapids Public Museum
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The eclipse is right around the corner. What's happening locally when it comes to education and viewing? Those from the GR Public Museum discuss.

Senior Concerns

Aug 16, 2017
Senior citizens
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Senior Concerns, monthly talking with those on behalf of the Area Agency of Aging of Western Michigan.

LZ Michigan

Aug 16, 2017
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LZ Michigan, a Landing Zone to remember, honor, and celebrate our community's veterans and their families culminates September 23. We talk about events leading up to the celebration every week, including a female veterans expo.

Van Andel Institute

Aug 16, 2017
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We talk all things VAI, Dr Patrik Brundin, Associate Director of Research, with the topic of the upcoming Grand Challenges in Parkinson's Disease symposium.

Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies at GVSU
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Guests from Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies join in, today Patrick Johnson, Director of the Fred Meijer Center for Writing and Michigan Authors, talks about the Center and more.

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