Lanthorn.com reports that after over two hours of debate, the Grand Valley State University Student Senate approved a $55,838.50 reserve request for the National Society of Black Engineers to bring singer India Arie to campus later this year. The reserve request was the largest approved by Senate this year, but not the largest ever, Jonathan Osborn, senate president, said. A reserve request for about $106,000 was passed two years ago to bring a musical act to campus. Black Eyed Peas came to GVSU in the fall of 2003.
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