ALLENDALE, Mich. (WOOD) - Grand Valley State University was named one of the nations most environmentally responsible colleges for the second year in a row.
The Princeton Review selects colleges based on an above average commitment to sustainability, as well as offering a number of different student activities and initiatives.
The selection categories include a dedication to build according to LEED standards, sustainability committees, environmental literacy programs, the use of renewable energy resources, recycling and conservation programs within a college or university.
"Being named a green college helps position GVSU as a leader in sustainability," said Wendy Wenner, dean of the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies,"and it shows how students are making an impact on the universities successes and accomplishments."
Police say they haven't been able to find out which student was responsible after a Muskegon kindergartner was choked with his own scarf on the playground.
Two people were hurt when a car and delivery truck collided Wednesday morning.
Danyell Thomas's preliminary hearing was adjourned and Dijana Kilic waived her hearing.