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Written by Kathleen Wyly

While most college students across the country spend their spring break relaxing, Lubbock Christian University has a tradition of encouraging its students to serve others during their break. This year LCU sent one team to Houston and another to...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

Lubbock Christian University and Covenant School of Nursing partnered with Prosperity Bank to present Dr. Ellen Fineout-Overholt for the 2014 Distinguished Speaker Series. Dr. Fineout-Overholt spoke to about 650 total nurses and student nurses last...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

The Lubbock area TRiO programs are celebrating National TRiO day on Friday, March 28, from 11:30am-1pm at the Legacy Event Center. Each program will honor their Achiever of the Year, who will give a speech and receive an award. LCU’s TRiO program,...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

Dr. Kenneth Hawley, English professor at Lubbock Christian University, was asked to present his paper on Boethius at Harvard University’s “Revisiting the Legacy of Boethius in the Middle Ages” conference on March 13.

The conference was hosted by...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

Lubbock Christian University’s senior English and history major, Kenny Mahan, has been accepted to the 29th National Undergraduate Literature Conference (NULC) for his short story “Midknight: In Dark Canyons.” This short story was an assignment in...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

Dr. Patti Patterson, Crystal Silva McCormick, Dr. Beth Robinson, and Dr. Nancy Shankle Jordan spoke to men and women alike at the final event for Lubbock Christian University’s Vocation Initiative, Herstory: Women and Vocation.

 

When young Dr....

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

A CARA Award is the a cappella equivalent to the Grammy Award, and Lubbock Christian University’s a cappella group, Best Friends, are up for nomination. The Best Friends album “All For You” was nominated for “Best Religious Album” by the...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

One of Lubbock Christian University’s brightest chemistry professors, Dr. Byron Rogers, has been writing and arranging music for nearly forty years. Rogers was introduced to music in 7th grade band at McKenzie Junior High in 1971. In 1977 Rogers...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

Lubbock Christian University’s Thinking Critically and Christianly about Vocation initiative will hold its last event the morning of Tuesday, March 11 in the Baker Conference Center. This final look at vocation, “Herstory: Women and Vocation,” will...

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