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November FYP Now Available!

November 23, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

The November 2010 issue of FYP is now available on campus and online. Check it out now, featuring KBCOB Dean Dr. Kevin Barksdale, freshman award-winning songwriter Casey Lee Smith, remarkable International online student Louise Tamutebi and more.

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International Students Celebrate India/Nepal Night

November 22, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

GCU International Education Week included a host of events leading up to India and Nepal Night on Friday. The club transformed the Canyon Café into a cultural hotspot of India and Nepal.

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Freshman Council Launches, Hosts Dodgeball Tourney

November 17, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

A new campus group is ready to get in your face. The Freshman Class Council (FCC) is hosting its first event this weekend, so come dodge balls for free food. A dodgeball tournament will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday in the Student Recreation Center. Sign up in the ASGCU office in the Student Union.

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New Club Connects International Student Community

August 19, 2010 / by / 2 Comments

With documentation covered, a group of students has formed the International Student Club to help those from around the world connect with their new school and home.

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The Commuter Perspective – It’s All About Communication

October 19, 2009 / by / 0 Comment

Life as a commuter student at GCU used to be about eating lunch in your car between classes. John-Paul Reiger, GCU’s Director of Student Leadership and Commuter Life, is first to admit that there was a serious disconnect with students who commuted to class. Students were on campus everyday, but not involved. John-Paul and Commuter Director Catie Whiffen have responded to several of the issues that, in the past, left commuter students out in the cold. The first step was to improve communication. What a difference a year makes Nicole Hill is a Junior Nursing and Christian Studies student, and is in her second year as a commuter. She says the differences for commuter students this year, compared to last, are remarkable. “We are getting a lot more support this year,” she says. “John-Paul works hard to support the commuter students and communicates with us often.” She adds that more commuters are getting involved and leading the way for activities this year. Not just for commuter-specific activities, but all campus activities have benefited from commuter student presence. Not only is communication more frequent, but the quality of presentation is much improved. “John-Paul is very excited and is offering some creative, […]

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