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Online student from South has gospel in her family tree

January 02, 2014 / by / 0 Comment

GCU online student Catherine Herron said devine inspiration led her to write her first book and record her first gospel CD.

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GCU supports Phoenix Dream Center with hoops fundraiser

December 30, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

The Phoenix Dream Center, a west Phoenix nonprofit that houses hundreds and feeds thousands of hurting and lost people each month, will receive all proceeds from GCU’s first men’s basketball game in the Western Athletic Conference.

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Former two-sport rival leads women’s hoops to fast Division I start

December 26, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

Friend or foe? Johnna Brown has been both to GCU, but now that she’s an Antelope, the women’s basketball program likes her much better. The former Dixie State star has been a big reason for GCU’s 10-2 start in its first season of NCAA Division I play.

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Life Leader with heart for missions wins award

December 17, 2013 / by / 1 Comment

You won’t find GCU junior Wil Gilliland playing video games in his dorm room when he can be teaching and playing soccer with refugee children living down the street from the University. For his beyond-the-call-of-duty actions as a student leader, Gilliland was selected as the November recipient of the GCU Community Service Award.

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Storming the Arena: GCU’s Havocs bring the crazy to front rows at games

December 13, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

Elite group of student fans has helped make men’s basketball games a production, and leaders expect their numbers to grow. “We’re not a joke,” says the group’s president, Justin Macari. “This is like building a business.”

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Lifesaving tactics help GCU transfer student save life, stay in school

December 12, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

Craig Becker may have prevented a tragedy by using the lifesaving Heimlich maneuver — learned last summer at a GCU athletic training camp — on a choking man at a Scottsdale restaurant.

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African adoption changes family dynamic for GCU’s Thatcher, husband

December 11, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

The University’s student engagement manager is finalizing plans to adopt two children from Uganda, but she estimates that the effort is still about $10,000 short.

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High-flyer Dan Alexander remains grounded in matters that matter

December 09, 2013 / by / 1 Comment

The 6-foot-9 junior, who becomes eligible to play this week for the GCU men’s basketball team, is not your average athlete and has enjoyed his relative anonymity on campus for the past year.

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Hallelujah, Indeed: ‘Messiah’ Receives Another Splendid Arena Singing

December 06, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

Musicians from the Phoenix Symphony and vocalists from GCU and local high schools presented Handel’s Christmas classic, an event that has fast become a tradition for the University.

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Maestro Christie Back for ‘Handel’s Messiah’ Performance at Arena

December 03, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

More than 300 musicians, including the Phoenix Symphony, will come together this week for the University’s third annual performance of “Handel’s Messiah,” presented by the College of Fine Arts and Production and its Music Department.

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