Monthly Archive: October 2014

Oct 31

Who ya gonna call…GERM busters!

Be a GERM buster! Our hands are constantly in use. We use them to type, write, text, scratch, wipe, swipe, swat, pick, squeeze, and the list goes on and on. Our hands are magnets for germs and keeping them clean is the most important step we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading the …

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Oct 30


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Purple Thursday…Even the Food was Purple! By Dr. JoAnn Garcia-Warren With the help of several departments on campus ( Counseling, Residential Life, Security, Health Services, Dining Services and Case Management), and the GCU community, we were able to turn our campus PURPLE on Thursday, October 23, 2014. Staff, faculty, and students wore purple clothing, GCU …

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Oct 17

STOP the FLU!!!!

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 Every year about 5% to 20% of the population in the United States gets the Flu. With a population of about 320 million, you do the math… anyway you cut it ..that’s a lot of people. And anyone can get it! Influenza, commonly known as THE FLU, is a respiratory disease that is very contagious. …

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Oct 17

Young Lion Brotherhood Promotes Anti Bullying

The Young Lions Brotherhood (YLB) came together to break the silence and speak out against bullying. Students spray painted and stenciled T -shirts to show their support. The color purple represents anti-violence. In addition, students were encouraged to write a note, message or story in support of anti-bullying on a purple heart. Richie Vascones, GCU …

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Oct 10

The Pink Party! October 8, 2014

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          The Georgian Court University community came together in support of breast cancer  on Wednesday, October 8th from 10 am to 2 pm in the A&S breezeway. Students participated in activities that raised awareness that breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. Activities included paint the pinkies pick, stripe your …

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