The final Chapel talk of the spring semester was more than just a talk. Justin Unger of Likewise Worship Collective performed songs before discussing the importance of using music to bring people together at church services -- not have separate services for different age groups.
Five years, 13 operations and yet another leg amputation later, and Eric Gabriel has reached the finish line on his journey to earning his doctoral degree. After living with one leg for the past 25 years, Gabriel learned in November to adjust to life with no legs, all while finishing up his doctoral studies. "If I didn’t have GCU and my schoolwork to do, I would have gone crazy. You know I don’t even know where I would be today," he said.
In today's My LopeLife feature, Denise Williams takes a humorous but also heartfelt look -- in the form of a "breakup" letter -- at how it feels to be graduating from GCU. "It's time for me to leap out into the world like a young antelope," she writes.
The entertainment just keeps building for employees in the Student Life and College of Humanities and Social Sciences buildings -- they get to watch the new Student Advising Services building go up next door. The process has fascinated people so much, GCU Today decided to explain in more detail what they're watching.