A big year for comedy on campus brings something that will be familiar to fans of the long-running TV show “Saturday Night Live.”
An Air Force chaplain from Texas was among several dozen learners in attendance at the first of three Atlanta residencies scheduled this year.
GCU’s president and chief executive officer points to the life of Christ as an example of remaining grounded in God’s purpose.
Barely a year old, the band is growing up fast under the direction of Paul Koch and was a worthy opening act for the more experienced Red Mountain Big Band.
Jeff Gokee, the father of a boy diagnosed with cancer, says that following God’s plan requires surrendering control.
Fitness campaign will start Monday and continue through May 10, with employees encouraged to walk 10,000 steps a day.
Choreographer Brianna Macias made a powerful statement with “Silent Screams,” her piece on the issue of human trafficking.
She’s the only senior on the men’s and women’s basketball teams to have played all four years at GCU, starting and finishing her career in Antelope Gym.
Patience is a virtue in today’s world as we struggle to wait for the Lord’s work in our lives, Dean of Students Pastor Tim Griffin told a Chapel audience on Monday.
Wellness Committee event is scheduled to go through May 10, with an individual goal of 10,000 steps (about five miles) daily.
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