GCU Magazine shows the beauty of diversity

November 13, 2020 / by / 0 Comment
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Donald Glenn’s comparison of diversity to stained glass was the genesis for the cover.

GCU News Bureau

It’s our most visually appealing GCU Magazine cover ever thanks to Donald Glenn‘s genius with word pictures. When the Director of the Multicultural, Diversity and Inclusion Office compared diversity to the beauty of stained glass, it inspired an eye-catching design to go with the story on how Glenn and his staff are impacting the University.

There’s an equally visual story on campus life this fall (and the joys of intramural cornhole) with six pages of photos.

The magazine also has stories on two other impactful developments, the Parsons Foundation grant for the Students Inspiring Students program and the new accreditation for four programs in engineering and computer science.

Paul Coro tells how GCU athletes and coaches have dealt with having their seasons postponed or delayed. And not to be missed is Camden Gianni‘s “My LopeLife” piece on how his life has changed since he collapsed at volleyball practice nearly two years ago.

Magazines have been distributed to the bins at these campus locations: 

  • GCU Arena
  • Technology Building breezeway
  • Student Life Building
  • Student Union, north side, first floor
  • Student Union, south side
  • GCBC in Student Union
  • Thunder Alley
  • Colangelo College of Business Building
  • Building 71 (27th Avenue)

The digital version can be viewed here.


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