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Written by Kathleen Wyly

The annual performance of Master Follies is one of Lubbock Christian University’s oldest and most cherished traditions.

Dr. Wayne Hinds, founding faculty member and chorus director, envisioned Master Follies 56 years ago when the university needed...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

Lubbock Christian University junior ESS-PT major, Caitlynn Carman, has been selected as a winner of the 2014 William N. Wasson Student Leadership and Academic Award. This award, given by the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA)...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

Three Lubbock Christian University students left Wednesday morning, January 22, to spend their spring semester pursuing academic internships in Washington, D.C. The students are Senior Accounting major Merveille Menoh Yango, Junior Business...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

Eleven Lubbock Christian University undergraduate students were recently accepted to present their research at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2014 in Lexington, Kentucky.

These students were selected from more than 4,000...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

The College Republicans are hoping to educate peers at their annual Candidate Forum today, January 21, from 7pm-9pm in the Baker Conference Center. The group of college students are hosting a handful of candidates who will appear on Texas ballets in...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

The Lubbock Christian University community kicked off the spring semester in worship with the first Blur of 2014 on Tuesday evening, January 14. One of LCU’s a cappella singing groups, Best Friends, led worship and David Pounds spoke. Pounds, a 2003...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

Lubbock Christian University is well known for its undergraduate programs and is often seen as a wholesome place to receive a baccalaureate, but there is another side to LCU that is gaining recognition; LCU’s Graduate Programs. Graduate studies began...

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