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In this week’s Antelope Intros, we bring you a seemingly timid enrollment counselor who’s actually an adrenaline junkie, a retired Air Force veteran who has worked in more countries than states, and a volleyball enthusiast who also has a newfound green thumb.
In this week’s Antelope Intros, we feature an enrollment counselor who once trained for the 1996 Olympics, a former paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division who loves karaoke, and a makeup artist who is passionate about sports and loves the Lakers (don’t judge!).
Grand Canyon University’s new men’s basketball coach Dan Majerle is set to take the ‘Lopes into Division-I play. The former Phoenix Suns star, one of the most recognizable athletes in Arizona history, says he’s ready to serve GCU.
Grand Canyon University’s Servant Scholars program in the Office of Spiritual Life provides scholarships to students who exemplify Christian servant leadership in the community.
In this week’s Antelope Intros, we bring you a former Fiesta Bowl Queen who teaches Pure Barre fitness classes, an instructional designer who is fascinated by mathematical patterns in the Bible, and an enrollment counselor who preaches at the Phoenix Rescue Mission.
In this week’s Antelope Intros, we bring you an enrollment counselor who counts ferrets and Fire Belly Toads among her unconventional pets, a public safety officer who hopes to adopt two of his foster children, and an employee who finds her release through poetry.
As the new Student Union is under construction, Grand Canyon University is also planning a new swimming pool, recreation facilities, and other amenities to keep pace with growth.
Holy Yoga is becoming more popular at Grand Canyon University’s 55,000 square-foot Student Recreation Center as Christian students recognize the spiritual value to the Eastern wellness method.
Samara “Samy” Carlon has helped make multiculturalism more than a buzzword for students at Grand Canyon University by using her student leadership positions to preach diversity.
Phoenix police Cmdr. Tim Hampton says his hometown Grand Canyon University is becoming well known in law enforcement circles.