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How a campout led to buy-in for student leaders

February 03, 2022 / by / 0 Comment

Camden Marasco and Tyson Cantrell ventured out on campus at 3 a.m. one night last week to campaign for student body leadership. To their surprise, election opponents had already grabbed the prime spots on Lopes Way. But instead of folding up the tent, they erected one, camping out the next night on Lopes Way to get the spot they wanted, launching Marasco’s election to Associated Students of GCU president and Cantrell to vice president. After catching some sleep, the dynamic duo is already shaping plans for the 2022-23 academic year.

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Candidates share their visions for growing campus

January 26, 2022 / by / 0 Comment

Candidates for student government laid out ways to improve the lives of students Monday in a Meet the Candidates forum at Ethington Theatre. The two teams of candidates for Associated Students of GCU student body president and their running mates — Camden Marasco and Tyson Cantrell, and George Munguia and Maddie Landes — both focused on handling growth by using technology to solve problems and ways to connect students with one another and the larger community. Now it’s up to students to choose their new leaders. Voting begins Wednesday and continues through Friday.

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New student leaders already have things moving

September 30, 2019 / by / 0 Comment

ASGCU President Sam Yonan and his student government team have been busy already this year, working to improve campus shuttle routes and organizing events to encourage recycling and raise awareness about harassment. “We want to keep an open ear to students on anything they need to be changed,” Yonan said. “We do represent students.”

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