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Written by Bobby Hooten

In spite of heavy snowfall early Saturday morning, graduates gathered later that day with family, friends, professors and staff to commemorate the completion of their degrees in LCU’s Rip Griffin Center.

When weather forecasts for the day of the...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

LCU hosted its sixth annual Big Blue Christmas event on Tuesday night, welcoming hundreds of guests to campus to share in the holiday celebration. hot air balloon

The event was themed around the classic Dr. Seuss character the Grinch, who was present and available...

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Written by Chris Due

No.3/10 Lubbock Christian University drained 16 three-pointers and held University of Texas of the Permian Basin to 30% shooting, as they cruised to an 82-39 victory in the closing game of the Arbor Hotels Classic inside Rip Griffin Center.
 
The 16...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Dr. B. Wayne Hinds, founding faculty member who served Lubbock Christian University for more than 40 years, passed away Oct. 16, 2018.

“We extend our love and sympathy to Yvonne and the Hinds family, and we remember Dr. Hinds and the profound...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

When the actors’ voices are mesmerizing and clowns are swinging across the stage as the band plays a show-stopping number about joining the circus, the audience can tell they’re at a great show.

“Barnum,” the fall musical by Lubbock Christian...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

From Sept. 30 through Oct. 1, Lubbock Christian University welcomed guests to campus for the annual Moser Ministry Conference on “Young Adult Faith and a Secular Age.”

Several students were recognized for outstanding spiritual and academic...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth & Renee Rhodes

The band marches down the aisle of the Moody, proudly playing the tunes of "Barnum," as a chorus of clowns dance out the narrative of Lubbock Christian University Theatre Department's fall musical.

"Barnum," a musical about the life of P.T. Barnum,...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

The Lubbock Christian University School of Nursing was honored as a Hunger Hero at the annual Mayor’s Hunger Hero Program luncheon in recognition of their involvement with the South Plains Food Bank (SPFB). 

The luncheon Sept. 21 was the 27th annual...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth

LCU is making it easier for students to manage their college debt. Beginning fall 2019, Lubbock Christian University will provide LCU Advantage, a new loan repayment assistance program, to all incoming, full-time freshmen students pursuing...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

"Let the 2018 Writing Carnival begin!" announced Josh Stephens, dean of students, this year dressed as Inigo Montoya per the “The Princess Bride” theme.

The ninth annual writing carnival was held Tuesday, Sept. 18 with events during the week...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

The 2018 Health Fair took place in the Rhodes Perrin Recreational Center on Wednesday, Sept. 19 with over 50 vendors represented in a variety of categories.

  • Physical health and fitness was featured most prominently through offerings like a flu shot...
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Written by Renee Rhodes

On Saturday, Sept 22, the 2008 Lubbock Christian University softball team will be inducted into the LCU Athletics Hall of Honor at the annual induction banquet. Tickets to the banquet are open to the public and can <link...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Lubbock Christian University hosted Yosef Garfinkel speaking on “Searching for Historical King David” in the seventh annual Lanier Theological Library Lecture Series on Thursday, Sept. 13.

Garfinkel was born in Israel. He is currently a professor of...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

The ninth annual Writing Carnival begins Friday… as we wished!

This year, the carnival features “The Princess Bride” – the book on which the movie was based – by William Goldman. In fact, though fewer people are aware of the novel than the film,...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth & Renee Rhodes

A dedication ceremony for the new Christa Dobbs Center for Business, hosted by the LCU School of Business, honored Christa Dobbs and the generous benefactors who contributed to the refurbishment of the 22,000 square foot facility and who also...

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