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Written by Hannah Fields

Lubbock Christian University kicked off its 24 hour reading marathon of the New Testament following chapel on Monday, Apr. 20.

Dr. Susan Blassingame, Dean of the Hancock College of Liberal Arts and Education, explained that the event came to...

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Written by Hannah Fields

Lubbock Christian University signed an articulation agreement with Texas Tech’s Edward E. Whitacre, Jr. College of Engineering on Friday, Apr. 17, 2015, in the Cardwell Welcome Center Rotunda.

Lubbock Christian University President Tim Perrin and...

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Written by Hannah Fields

A number of LCU students were honored at the LCU Student Appreciation Dinner on Sunday, Apr. 12, in the Baker Conference Center.

The student appreciation banquet is held every spring and is hosted by Student Affairs, LCU Dining Services, and...

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Written by Hannah Fields

Lubbock Christian University announced the names of LCU students named to Who’s Who Among Students in America’s Universities and Colleges for 2015 during its Apr. 9 chapel ceremony. The university is allowed a specific number of nominees, but saw a...

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Written by Hannah Fields

Lubbock Christian University kicked off its annual Strike Out Hunger event on Wednesday, Apr. 8, during its 11 a.m. chapel ceremony.

The university, in partnership with the South Plains Food Bank, is raising money and collecting canned food to...

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Written by LCU Staff

Lubbock Christian University students, faculty, staff, and friends of the university gathered on Tuesday, Apr. 7, for the Dedication of The Fountains on the Mall. The new water feature was made possible by the generous gift given to the university by...

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Written by Hannah Fields

Lubbock Christian University and the Lubbock community joined the LCU Associates on Monday, Apr. 6, in the Centennial Celebration of the Arnett House.

A special chapel ceremony led by former LCU presidents, Drs. Steven Lemley and Ken Jones, was...

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