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How to Survive the Spring Semester

How to Survive the Spring Semester

Just when you thought that Christmas break would give an inkling of motivation, but as you return, you realize…that isn’t how life works. Seniors, woot! Less time to figure out your future, no pressure. Freshman, you still may not know what to do in life…

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Six DIY Christmas Gifts/Décor

Six DIY Christmas Gifts/Décor

The Christmas season is quickly approaching, and for a broke college student, this can cause some unnecessary stress. However, do not worry, because we have some DIY holiday gifts and décor that will have your friends AND your bank account thanking you this Christmas! DIY…

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Things To Do If You’re Staying On Campus For Thanksgiving Break

Things To Do If You’re Staying On Campus For Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving. A time of fellowship, food, family, and football. As students, we all crawl our way through the semester until we reach this beloved week off from school, and head home to our families. It’s a much-needed break and a chance to stuff our faces…

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Fun Things To Do in AZ

Fun Things To Do in AZ

A Guide for New Students   WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW FIRST Arizona is known for being warm, well, maybe a little more than warm.  Arizona is known for being a desert where it feels like you are melting alive constantly.  Although Phoenix averages more than…

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Greetings from your student body president

Greetings from your student body president

Greetings fellow Lopes! I am so excited to officially welcome you to the 2017-2018 school year! ASGCU has been working hard all summer to welcome you back and share in the best experience possible. Both I and my Vice President, Matthew Shinn, felt it necessary…

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Nick and Slate’s Final Blog Post

Nick and Slate’s Final Blog Post

Greeting Students, This will be the last blog post from Nick Loudon and I. Unfortunately, our term as student body president and vice president is coming to an end and we must step out of the way so a new administration may step into our…

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7 Reasons Why Being An RD Is The Best Job To Have At GCU

7 Reasons Why Being An RD Is The Best Job To Have At GCU

By Nicole Clifton Mentoring College Students: This is the absolute best part of my job. Be it Resident Assistants, other student leaders who have lived in my building, or even just residents who I’ve connected with, getting to be a consistent part of their lives…

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5 Reasons to Attend a Basketball Game as a Havoc

5 Reasons to Attend a Basketball Game as a Havoc

1. YOUR OWN SCHOOL’S STUDENT SECTION IS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY Our student section is now being talked about nationally, right alongside Duke’s Cameron Crazies, Arizona’s ZonaZoo, and Michigan State’s Izzone. The amount of spirit our own students show every game makes…

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5 Best Places to See in AZ

5 Best Places to See in AZ

By GCU Outdoor Recreation Oh the places you can go in Arizona! So many places to explore in our beautiful state and many of them are offered through group trips at GCU. The following are five of the many activities and adventures you can undergo and embark…

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A Strong Year Ahead

A Strong Year Ahead

Slate Herman ASGCU Student Body President When Nick Loudon, my executive vice president, and I ran for our positions we decided on a platform that we hoped would have an impact on all students. Our platform centered around the idea of having a Strong 2016-2017…

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