Multicultural Office

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Passion for diversity, inclusion unmasked at ball

January 14, 2022 / by / 0 Comment

The Multicultural Office kicked off the spring semester Thursday night at Antelope Gymnasium with Project L, a masquerade-themed formal that included free masks, a photo booth and plenty of dancing. For two students, it was a second chance at prom, since their high school prom was canceled because of COVID-19. But for the Multicultural Office, the twice-a-year Project L — an icebreaker scheduled at the beginning of each semester — was a chance to introduce students to the core of what it does, which is to make sure students feel included. Said Zach Broussely, Diversity and Inclusion Department Administrative Assistant, “It’s just a way to try to get students out and build community and meet new people.”

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GCU’s Multicultural Office opens window to diversity

November 13, 2020 / by / 1 Comment

Multicultural Office Director Donald Glenn views diversity as a stained glass window made up of different sizes, colors and textures, each piece beautiful in its individuality — but they’re magnificent when they come together. It’s that message of unity that the University is embracing in its approach to diversity — the Christian worldview of bringing people together. For GCU, that means unifying its diverse student body of approximately 90 countries and cultures so that everyone has a seat at the table.

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Flag unfurled on multiculturalism at Un1ty One event

November 02, 2020 / by / 0 Comment

It was a busy week for the Multicultural, Diversity and Inclusion Office, which culminated Un1ty One Week with Worship Night and the Parade of the Nations. Students wore traditional dress and carried flags from different countries to show the diversity of the GCU campus. Students from more than 90 nations and cultures make their home at GCU. The weeklong event also included a talk with student-athletes of color, an art walk, presidential-styled debate and Cooking and Culture Night. “It was all about us coming together and continuing that message of oneness,” said Multicultural Office Director Donald Glenn.

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