GCU Magazine lays out students’ view of campus life

April 06, 2018 / by / 0 Comment
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The April 2018 issue of GCU Magazine features students sharing, in their own words, what life on campus is like. It’s hard to tell what’s more remarkable — what they’ve done or how they feel about it.

Another first-person account: A former student in the Murphy Elementary School District tells what it means to him to go back there as a Students Inspiring Students scholarship recipient and learning advocate (LEAD).

But there’s lots more: the top 10 GCU stories of the 2017-18 academic year, sights and sounds from GCU’s first foray into the WAC Basketball Tournament, the importance of changing degree programs to facilitate job placement, the inspiration of the Worship Team that leads the Chapel music, and the surprising results of a recent spiritual survey of both ground and online students.

The alumni section features a look back at the GCU Hall of Fame ceremony, a family that truly has its Lopes Up, and an alum who was a speaker of the recent TEDxGrandCanyonUniversity event. 

To view it online, click here.


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