GCU Magazine delivers with story on CityServe

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Students volunteer in the CityServe warehouse at 27th Avenue and Camelback Road. (Photo by Ralph Freso)

GCU News Bureau

The new CityServe warehouse is another win-win for Grand Canyon University as well as the community − it provides household goods for those in need but also gives GCU students another opportunity to serve. The November issue of GCU Magazine explains how GCU became the first university partner for CityServe and what the goals of the program are.

There’s plenty more to read: 

  • The three new engineering programs coming on board next year, including one in aerospace
  • A profile of the new dean of the College of Fine Arts and Production, Dr. Craig Detweiler
  • What happens behind the scenes to make the scene at GCU basketball games so special
  • Shopping trends at the Lope Shop heading into the holidays
  • Why graduates came from all over the country — and sometimes from the other side of the world — for the makeup Commencement ceremonies this fall
  • GCU’s first Day of Giving

Click here for the digital version of the magazine.

 

 


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