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By Tatum Sorrelman
Business Management Major, Colangelo College of Business

In high school, I always imagined what clubs in college would be like. Movies like “Pitch Perfect” created expectations in my mind. Now that I’m in college, I realize they are nothing like they are in the movies… but in a good way.

So, I tried out two clubs on campus.

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Marketing, accounting, networking and ethical leadership are just a few of the core competencies you will gain as you work to earn your Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies. With such a broad skillset, you will have many career options available to you. There is no need to rush into a decision. Stay flexible, and let your skillset and passion guide you in finding the right career path for you.

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By Angela Bratt
Marketing Major, Honors College

The Grand Canyon University Honors College is proud to announce a brand new opportunity for students to travel to Cambodia and Thailand this summer. We will be partnering with Destiny Rescue Mission to provide students with real life exposure to the tragedies of child sex trafficking in Southeast Asian counties. Sex trafficking is a  dollar market that victimizes the most vulnerable and helpless populations. Not only will students understand the massive impact of this global issue, but they will also be able to see how much opportunity there is to help fight this criminal enterprise.

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STEM is one of the latest educational buzzwords making the rounds, but it is quickly being elbowed out of the picture by STEAM education. This acronym includes arts education in the mix. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics is an integrated approach to teaching students through collaborative and creative experiential learning activities.

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By Jeff Jibben
Faculty, College of Theology

I was under the impression, from archeological evidence, that it was at least a century later when the Gospels were written. I’d be interested in the evidence which points to their writing within 20-30 years after the events.

Sincerely,

Theophilus

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By Allison Richmond
Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

“In all this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials” –1 Peter 1:6

Nowadays, devastation seems to strike every day. We open our social media accounts every morning to be bombarded with news stories of war and death and tragedy. At times, it seems our world is falling apart.

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Cyber security is one of the few fields in which having a busy year is not always a good thing, since it indicates rampant criminal activity. When you earn your Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with an Emphasis in Cyber Security from Grand Canyon University, you will be well-equipped to take on the continually evolving challenges in this industry. As the year 2018 unfolds, keep an eye out for the following emerging trends:

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The way people think affects what they do and how well—or how badly—they do it. One might argue that this is instinctive knowledge. For instance, you would not want your surgeon so nervous that he or she can barely hold a scalpel, would you? The idea that the mental can influence the physical is at the heart of performance psychology. And if this subspecialty fascinates you, you might consider making a career out of it by enrolling in the Doctor of Philosophy in General Psychology with an Emphasis in Performance Psychology degree program available from Grand Canyon University.

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By Allison Richmond
Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

From live music to brunch, there is something for everyone here at the GCU Hotel! There are a number of events and activities coming up for you to enjoy!

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By Matt Hampton
Faculty, College of Theology

Proverbs 27:19 states that as in the water the face reflects the face, so the heart of man reflects the man. James 4:1 asks what causes the quarrels and fights among you? Is it not this that your passions are at war within you? At a recent National Pickle ball Tournament God revealed my true character and inner heart.

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