The spring concert, “SymphoRhythmic Variations,” showed that the Wind Ensemble, Thunderstruck Percussion and the Thunder Big Band are raising their game under the direction of Paul Koch.
Talented student cast makes this GCU’s strongest musical of the four it has done since the arts program was restored in the fall of 2010.
Highlights from the Ethington Theatre production of the Stephen Sondheim musical “Into the Woods.”
Scott Horowitz visits GCU’s sports-management students, telling them that market research is here to stay in pro sports because teams always are looking to increase revenue streams.
The annual event, hosted by Delta Mu Delta, the business honor society, gives presenters an opportunity to receive feedback on research that is under consideration or fully under way.
A doctorate without a dissertation is now possible with a new degree program: education specialist with an emphasis in K-12 leadership.
The popular Stephen Sondheim musical will close out the Ethington Theatre Series, just as it did 15 years ago, and sold out its six performances in advance.
Apologist from Biola University says Christianity provides an excellent place for spiritual seekers to start.
GCU senior Jasmine Richardson, a leader on GCU’s speech and debate team, will perform against some of the most talented college students in the country at two national tournaments in April.
iStudentNurse makes a strong impression on competition’s judges with its identification of an untapped market, taking the grand prize of $7,000.
The Top of the Class podcast by the College of Education features podcast founders and co-hosts Emily Pottinger and Dr. Meredith Critchfield. Their topic is “Practicing Mindfulness as an Educator.’’ For directions to access the podcast, click here
Presented by ASGCU.