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Highlights from Saturday’s final day of commencement at GCU involving online students in the colleges of Education, Doctoral Studies, and Nursing and Health Care Professions.
Campus photographer Darryl Webb had the busiest camera in Phoenix (again) on Friday, and here are some of his best shots from commencement ceremonies at the Arena.
Some of the best of what campus photographer Darryl Webb saw on the first day of GCU’s commencement.
Campus photographer Darryl Webb had the busiest shutter in Phoenix on Thursday, and here are some of his best shots.
Ethington Theatre’s “Twinge” spring dance concert concluded this weekend with shows Friday and Saturday at Ethington Theatre. Campus photographer Darryl Webb captured the elegant display that demonstrated how we respond kinesthetically to emotion.
They’re rolling out the red carpet for Thunder these days. Our faithful mascot was invited by Disney to appear at a pre-screening Thursday night for the movie “Monsters University.” Thunder and the mascots for Arizona State University and Scottsdale Community College were on hand to create excitement and entertain the crowd of movie-goers. Thunder certainly did his part, as these photos from University photographer Darryl Webb show.
Volunteer opportunities included tutoring, yard work, gardening, classroom cleanup and a kids’ carnival.
The new 27th Avenue Office Center will feature two large coffee stations/break rooms, two smaller break rooms, a fitness center, exercise room and an honor system convenience store, among other things. Here are a few architect renderings of what to expect when renovation of the building is complete this summer.
The third Grand Canyon University Run to Fight Children’s Cancer drew nearly 4,000 people Saturday, including a record number of 5K and 10K runners. The event was expected to raise nearly $100,000 to help families struggling with childhood cancer diagnoses.
Seven inductees were honored Saturday in ceremonies at Ethington Theatre as part of the day’s homecoming festivities on campus. They also included two educators, a pastor, a nurse and a literary agent.