Articles in Campus Life
Pedro Jorge and Martin Alvarez say they don’t see themselves as heroes, but that won’t fly with Logan Romero, whose life hung in the balance as the officers performed CPR on him last month at Prescott Hall.
Photos of students who participated in a shoot for GCU Today Magazine, which is featuring the University’s international student population in its December issue.
Students won’t find much in common with the old Fleming Library, which lacked computer availability and adequate seating. The new library will open Monday, and grand-opening festivities have been scheduled for Dec. 3.
Dr. Nabeel Qureshi, a former Muslim, converted to Christianity eight years ago and now represents Ravi Zacharias International Ministries.
Students and fans will get a taste of the “Fading West” film and album at GCU Arena on Sunday night during an intimate evening with Switchfoot.
A selection of photographs from the annual pre-Halloween event, hosted by GCU in the center of campus.
Humans vs. Zombies, or “H v Z,” is back. The massive game of tag between healthy “humans” and infected “zombies” takes place through Friday on Grand Canyon University’s campus.
The best from campus photographer Darryl Webb at the season kickoff for the Antelope men’s and women’s basketball teams.
Under the direction of Dean Claude Pensis, the College of Fine Arts and Production’s interpretation of “Ah, Wilderness!” serves up a sweet slice of nostalgia with a healthy dollop of Americana on top.
The first GCU Farmers’ Market of the fall takes place Wednesday on the Quad from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.