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Written by Bobby Hooten

Dr. William Gerald Kendrick, one of the founding members of LCU’s faculty, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at the age of 88.

Dr. Kendrick was born October 19, 1930, and grew up in Magnolia, AR and Shreveport, LA where he...

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The transition begins for Lubbock Christian University's move to the Lone Star Conference, as June 30 marks LCU's final day in the Heartland Conference and July 1 marks their first day as official members of the LSC.
 
LCU has been a member of the...

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Written by Chris Due

Lubbock Christian University's sports information department was named the 2018-19 Scott Puryear Sports Information Department of the Year for the first time since joining the league following a vote of by the Heartland Conference sports information...

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Written by Bobby Hooten & Shannon Sudduth

The Lubbock Christian University Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of the Interim Leadership Team that will lead the university upon President Tim Perrin’s departure on July 3. 

The Interim Leadership Team will consist of Al Roberts,...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

Dr. Leon Crouch, who served as Bible professor to LCU students for over 27 years, passed away on June 10, 2019 at 90 years of age.

Dr. Leon Crouch was born on November 28, 1928, 44 years before he would arrive at Lubbock Christian University with a...

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Written by Chris Due

 Lubbock Christian University claimed its first Heartland Conference Commissioner's Cup presented by adidas. The Chaparrals and Lady Chaparrals athletic programs finished the season with an average of .683 following the spring championships this...

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On May 12, LCU’s graduating seniors walked the stage inside a packed Rip Griffin Center in front of family, friends, professors, and classmates. The two-hour ceremony celebrated the accomplishments of the diverse group of students from every...

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Written by Bobby Hooten & Shannon Sudduth

On Saturday morning, Lubbock Christian University hosted a small commencement ceremony honoring graduating LCU baseball players and golfers whose postseason schedule conflicted with the planned university undergraduate commencement ceremony.

The...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

At the annual Employee Appreciation Dinner, Lubbock Christian University leadership recognized the extensive contributions of nine employees who are transitioning out of their full-time roles at the university with over 250 years of total service....

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Written by Bobby Hooten

The album Risen by LCU a cappella group Best Friends has received the 2018 Best Album award in the religious category from the Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards. Although the group has been nominated for eight CARA awards over the past seven...

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Written by Keith Owen & Bobby Hooten

Dr. Keith OwenIn response the Monday's tragic fire, which engulfed the Notre Dame Cathedral, a world-famous landmark in Paris, France, Dr. Keith Owen shared an excerpt about the history—and resiliency—of what he has called, "The French Phoenix."


LCU students Josh & Kristen Oliver visiting the Notre Dame Cathedral in 2017"On the evening...

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Written by Kenneth Hawley and Bobby Hooten

Students from every discipline gave presentations and displayed posters across campus during the 2019 Scholars Colloquium, sharing their research on a myriad of subjects. LCU faculty members moderated various breakout sessions, and students from...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

Following their upset of previously undefeated Drury University to advance past the semifinals, the Lady Chaps prepared for the championship matchup with Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU). The contingent of fans who made the 20-hour...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth & Bobby Hooten

On Wednesday, March 27 the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) and Lubbock Christian University (LCU) signed an agreement allowing LCU Honors students an opportunity for early application to the TTUHSC School of Medicine. A...

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Written by Chris Due & Bobby Hooten

No.5-seed Lubbock Christian University shot a season-high 62.3% from the field behind a career-matching 28-point performance from senior Maddi Chitsey as the Lady Chaparrals rolled to a 99-54 quarterfinal victory over No.4-seed North Georgia at the...

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