GCU Magazine has wide range of important stories
GCU News Bureau
The November issue of GCU Magazine tackles a touchy subject — civil discourse — and shows what Grand Canyon University is actively doing to maintain the unity of the campus environment. GCU launched an initiative this year designed to bring people together for thoughtful discussions, not pull them apart with divisive rhetoric.
Also in this issue are stories on two other important initiatives, the Barnabas Pastoral Program and the Innovation Center, and a look at how key female leaders in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology are showing women that they, too, have a place in that field.
Paul Coro‘s piece on T.C. Dean, the first African American student at GCU in the 1950s, raises the periscope to show what life was like then, and there’s also a fun new annual feature: a Christmas shopping guide for everything a GCU family might want.