Pieces by Haitian choreographer Jeanguy Saintus and Leanne Schmidt were among the significant contributions to “reNEWal,” performed by the Ethington Dance Ensemble.
New twist on annual awards for GCU athletes was patterned after the ESPYs — except for the purple carpet.
The two-month competition is down to its final three weeks and its final challenge.
Former Olympian from Sweden has applied the persistence learned as an athlete to her life as a College of Doctoral Studies learner.
The fourth Phoenix edition of the Run to Fight Children’s Cancer, held on March 8, pushed total proceeds to nearly $300,000.
A campaign launched by Bishop Hannington Bahemuka to teach the principles of Christian stewardship rallied those living in refugee camps in western Uganda.
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.
A total of 15 Arizona companies are competing in five categories based on their number of employees.
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.
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.
Families on campus for Welcome Week can take a break and meet other parents and members of the GCU Parent Council.
A one-stop shop for resources students need to start the year strong. Pick up parking permits, student IDs and more.
Students who need to change their schedule or coordinate their finances can meet with a university admissions counselor or student services counselor to finalize everything.