GCU Today Magazine: 24 hours in the life of GCU

April 21, 2014 / by / 0 Comment
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9:53 p.m., March 12, 2014 -- Nicholas Loudon

9:53 p.m., March 12, 2014 — Nicholas Loudon (left) is deep in thought as Oscar Nevarez and Joshua Rope join hands in prayer at Encounter. The informal worship meeting, which also can include singing, reading and journaling and is overseen by GCU’s prayer ministry, takes place at 9 p.m. Wednesdays in the chapel adjoining the College of Arts and Sciences building. (Photo by Darryl Webb)

Few things on the campus of Grand Canyon University escape the roving lens of photographer Darryl Webb. Since joining the University in the summer of 2012, his images have documented everything from classes and concerts to speakers and sports.

It seems that he rarely goes home. And for a 24-hour period that began at nearly 10 p.m. on March 12, he didn’t. He stayed on campus, through the wee hours of the morning, just to see what he could see — and to share the best of it with this magazine.

Webb, who has more than 25 years’ experience as a photojournalist, says he never tires of his job at GCU. This visual essay was a labor of love for him. For us, it provides a window into how we study, work, play and live.

Click here to see a slideshow of Webb’s work from his 24-hour photo project. Print copies of the magazine are available this week at various campus locations and will be made available digitally on Tuesday.


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