Archive for January, 2018

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Campus saddened by loss of biochemistry professor

January 31, 2018 / by / 2 Comments

Biochemistry professor Dr. Tiffany Mealman always had a positive attitude even though she had reasons not to. Her joyful disposition, her faith and her dedication to her students is what those students and her fellow faculty members in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology will remember most about her. Mealman passed away Sunday after a five-year battle with cancer.

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Spreading the Gospel through an animated owl series

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Julie Napier Boto, 2001 Grand Canyon University business and marketing graduate, and her husband, Thomas, have created the delightful animated “Owlegories” app and video series to spread the Gospel.

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Hooked: Employees quickly catch on to cyber wars

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Not everyone knows what goes on at the Arizona Cyber Warfare Range-Metro Phoenix. But GCU employees got a chance to learn about the cybersecurity training center and do a little password cracking, network forensics and more during the Cyberfest open house on Tuesday.

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COE volunteers at coding event

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Students Chandler Crawford, Yasmine Murillo and Kendy Caro in the College of Education volunteered at Carol G. Peck School in the Alhambra Elementary School District for their “Make Coding Day Happen” event on Monday. The COE students provided classroom support during a coding exploration activity and asked questions to foster the childrens’ critical thinking skills.  

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Fitness Facts: The DASH diet

January 30, 2018 / by / 0 Comment

Connie Colbert has the basics on the diet that has been ranked No. 1 for the last eight years — the DASH diet.

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Dr. Deb’s Mental Health Vitamin: Cleaning out your internal closet

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Dr. Deb Wade was cleaning out a closet recently, and it brought to mind the fact that sometimes we need to perform the same task on our lives and our habits.

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A Chapel talk on forgiveness to never be forgotten

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The Chapel speaker Monday is internationally famous, and Rose Mapendo showed why — with a message of forgiveness that challenged her listeners to consider what they would have done if they had been in her situation. She is convinced she survived her oppression because God wanted her to spread His vision of peace and reconciliation.

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ASGCU debate illuminates initiatives, inclusiveness

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The Associated Students of Grand Canyon University held its 2018-2019 debate Monday night. Candidates for president and vice president were given the opportunity to highlight their platforms and discuss important issues on campus in front of hundreds of students, staff and faculty at GCBC on the second floor of the Student Union.

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Speech and Debate to showcase what all the talk is about

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The Speech and Debate team invites the community to “Current Hot Topics Discussions,” a town hall-style debate scheduled for 6-8 p.m. Wednesday in Ethington Theatre. Competitors will assume the role of political leaders as they discuss the hottest topics of the day.

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Antelope Intros: Brandon Arnold and Daniel Pezzullo

January 29, 2018 / by / 1 Comment

This week’s edition of Antelope Intros features a university counselor who is particularly proud of something that has grown on him. The other is a GCBC manager who just got his degree and is happy to be staying here.

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