Articles tagged with: Student Club
The GCU Sociology Club and ASGCU Multicultural Director Matt Muchna this week hosted the first of what is expected to become a monthly event: “Wednesdays With the Times.” The forum on current events is sponsored by the New York Times as a way to get college students talking about what’s going on in the world. Free distribution of the Times began on campus this fall. A dozen students and a few Christian studies instructors met in COE 102 for the hourlong discussion. Muchna prepared a short multimedia presentation to prime the group for a discussion concerning the Arab Spring and Middle Eastern politics.
Alpha Psi Omega is the theatre club on campus. They’re behind the scenes, on the stage and all over campus. Take a look at this group and what they’ve been up to in 2011!
More than 25 vendors and a handful of student clubs packed Antelope Gym for the GCU University Fair. The photography and journalism clubs conspired to provide a photo booth of sorts. Enjoy. For more information on the photography and journalism clubs, contact Zane Ewton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the Latino Student Union for its April Festival on Thursday, April 21 at 5 p.m. on the Mariposa Lawn. The event features activities and entertainment for families, including music, dancers, face painting, an Easter Egg Hunt and more.
Tabitha Valentine had an idea and she ran with it. Or danced with it, actually. Valentine, a student in the College of Fine Arts and Production, wanted to join a ballroom-dance club at GCU last fall. Told there wasn’t one, she decided to form the club herself.
Almost seven months have passed since the arts returned to Grand Canyon with the College of Fine Arts and Production and its first show, “The Pirates of Penzance.” In that time, the crew of pioneering COFAP students has succeeded in making it appear that the arts never left GCU.
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.
One of the newest student clubs on campus has wasted no time digging into its purpose. For their third meeting since forming, the dozen members of the Good Neighbor Club toured facilities at Serrano Village – an apartment complex less than one mile from GCU. The club plans to provide ESL training and other outreach efforts to more than 560 refugees living in the apartments.
Want to join a Student Club? The one you want may be meeting up very soon.
The Debate Club – Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 10:45 a.m. in Fleming 101.
“Good Neighbor” Cross Cultural Outreach Club – Friday, …
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.