Archive for September, 2010

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GCU Junior Among 4 Finalists for Fiesta Bowl Queen

September 30, 2010 / by / 5 Comments

Lindsay Fernandez, a junior in GCU’s College of Health Sciences whose goal is to become a cardiologist, has made the finals of the competition for Fiesta Bowl queen.

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Staff Picks: Best Chinese Food

September 30, 2010 / by / 2 Comments

Staff Picks is a feature of the Herd on Campus where the faculty and staff of GCU share their favorite restaurants, date spots, activities and more. It’s the “best of” Phoenix according to GCU. If your favorite isn’t listed here, make sure you leave it in the comments section. GCU staff picks the best chinese restaurants in Phoenix.

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Basketball Players Score Big With ’Lopes for Literacy

September 28, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

Coaches and players from the GCU men’s basketball team kicked off the latest version of the ’Lopes for Literacy program on Tuesday, Sept. 28, with a visit to an enthusiastic classroom of third-graders at Washington Elementary School in northwest Phoenix.

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Baseball Team, ARCH to Renew Friendly Rivalry

September 23, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

When the GCU baseball team takes the field on Wednesday, Nov. 29, for its exhibition game with the Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped, one former Antelope will have a special interest in the occasion. That would be Marcus Edel, who played for the ‘Lopes and now works as director of health and wellness at ARCH, located at 15th Avenue and Colter Street in Phoenix.

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Student Picks – Favorite Mexican Restaurant

September 23, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

Student Picks is a feature of the Herd on Campus where the students of GCU share their favorite restaurants, date spots, activities and more. It’s the “best of” Phoenix according to GCU. If your favorite isn’t listed here, make sure you leave it in the comments section.

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Help the Next Freshman Class ‘Discover GCU’

September 17, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

GCU is looking for volunteer student hosts for Discover GCU events on campus. Hosts (current residential students in Hegel and Canyon) are needed to help bring in the next Freshman class and open their suites to prospective students overnight. Students who host for Discover GCU will be entered into a raffle for free movie passes.

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GCU Brass Band and GCU Pep Band Auditions Sept. 21

September 16, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

The GCU Pep and Brass Band invite you to audition on Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at 6 p.m. in the Choir Room of the Fine Arts Complex. Please be prepared with a short selection of music to show us your skills, and a play short sightreading test. The bands are open to all students and staff!  Scholarships are available! If you have any questions, please contact Bandmaster Nate Perry at nperry01@my.gcu.edu and join our Facebook group named “GCU BRASS” for all the latest news and upcoming events!

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Get Discount Tickets for D-Backs Faith & Family Night Sept. 24

September 16, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

Join the D-backs and Grand Canyon University at Chase Field as we host Faith & Family Night on Friday, September 24 at 6:40 p.m. This event includes: discounted tickets, post-game player Q&A and live concert with Jeremy Camp.

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New COE Building Unites South Campus

September 15, 2010 / by / 1 Comment

The new home of the College of Education will create unprecedented instructional opportunities and also be a structure that unifies the south end of campus. The 19-classroom facility, which is on target to open in December, received a ceremonial topping off by its Pono Construction crew on Wednesday morning, Sept. 15. GCU administration treated the workers to pizza on the east end of the second level.

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CLA Presents The Best Places to Study at GCU

September 15, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

The GCU Center for Learning and Advancement (CLA) is here to provide all the tools you need for success in college. Few activities are more important than studying, and knowing where to go will make all the difference in your study habits.

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