GCU Magazine takes in-depth look at campus life

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The broadcast team on GCU basketball telecasts, Barry Buetel (left) and Scott Williams, took a look at GCU Magazine before Monday's game. (Photo by Darryl Webb)

The broadcast team on GCU basketball telecasts, Barry Buetel (left) and Scott Williams, took a look at GCU Magazine before Monday’s game. Buetel is executive producer of GCU.TV, which is featured in the magazine. (Photo by Darryl Webb)

What is it about this place, a campus that has grown overnight into the equivalent of a little town? What do students like best about the GCU culture, and why do so many of them continue to live on campus during their entire stay at the University? The December issue of GCU Magazine provides the answers to those and other questions in an in-depth look at “Lopeville,” as some students like to call it. The coverage looks at the culture as it pertains to the campus, students’ involvement in the community, men’s basketball, the new engineering building and GCU.TV. To view the digital version of the magazine, click here.


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