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Musical ‘The Boy Friend’ Brings Together Different Talents of Students

April 10, 2012 / by / 1 Comment

Senior Christina Cullers and sophomore Jake Swanson get outside their respective comfort zones in the season’s final production at Ethington Theatre, which features about a dozen song-and-dance numbers.

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Russian Play ‘The Cherry Orchard’ to Highlight Ethington Theatre Series for 2012-13

April 09, 2012 / by / 0 Comment

Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” and Gilbert and Sullivan’s “H.M.S. Pinafore” also are part of the new season, which will involve more than 100 theatre majors at GCU.

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First Forensic Science Day Brings Prospective Investigators to Campus

April 04, 2012 / by / 0 Comment

Dr. Mark Wooden, dean for GCU’s College of Arts and Sciences, says the forensic program is expected to continue to develop students to fill “high-need areas and also some of the highest-paying jobs” in areas of DNA analysis and other detail-oriented fields in laboratory science or criminal justice.

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Arena Audience Hears From Colangelo About What It Takes to Be Great

March 30, 2012 / by / 0 Comment

“There’s so much you can do in your lifetime to make not only something of yourself, but I’m saying to really enjoy what life has to offer, if you’re willing to pay the price,” said the Phoenix sports executive, who last appeared publicly at GCU in October at the unveiling of his namesake sports business school.

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ARCH Exhibition Game Still a Winner for ‘Lopes, Special-Needs Adults

March 29, 2012 / by / 0 Comment

GCU’s baseball team has hosted the event for several years, giving physically- and mentally-challenged adults from the Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped the thrill of connecting with a pitch or throwing out a baserunner on a big-time field.

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Popular Cancer Fundraiser Relay for Life to Make Debut at GCU

March 28, 2012 / by / 0 Comment

Relay for Life involves teams of people who take turns walking laps around a track, spelling teammates while they sleep in tents or participate in overnight festivities. The idea is to constantly have a representative running, jogging or walking the track. Teams raise money in advance.

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Digital Film Program Thriving, Growing With Abundance of Opportunity

March 26, 2012 / by / 0 Comment

Some students complete as many as 18 projects in a semester, ranging from shorts to professional-grade or feature-length videos. Some also are exploring storytelling through documentary videos, working with Phoenix Children’s Hospital and local non-profits on video testimonials.

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Mychala Lynch Comes All the Way Back to Win NCAA Swim Title

March 19, 2012 / by / 5 Comments

After walking away from competitive swimming for an extended time, the GCU senior found her way back into the pool and honored her late mother with last week’s triumph in the 100-yard butterfly at the NCAA Division II Championships in Mansfield, Texas. The national title was the first ever for an Antelope swimmer.

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Sophomore Nick Ely Already Preparing for Student Body President

March 15, 2012 / by / 2 Comments

Ely and junior running mate Trent Bruns were elected in February with 39.5 percent of 546 student votes. Ely will succeed popular ASGCU President Anthony Mann, and he has begun to familiarize himself with issues that will impact GCU students in 2012-13.

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Personal Connection With Fans Keeps Women’s Basketball Team Fired Up

March 07, 2012 / by / 1 Comment

The Antelopes left Wednesday for San Diego, where they will face Cal Poly Pomona on Friday afternoon in the NCAA Division II West Regional. The game is a rematch of last year’s regional final, which was won by Pomona, ending a record-breaking 29-3 season for GCU.

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