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Written by Renee Rhodes

An extensive collection of texts and resources related to Boethius – an important philosopher from Roman times – has found a home at Lubbock Christian University.

Dr. Kenneth Hawley, LCU professor of English and co-editor of the Carmina...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

I also thought it might be fun for you to know that no small number of our regular leaders are LCU alumni and/or current students, and moreover, several of our leaders/alumni serve on staff at LCU. Those include:

-Kenneth Hawley

-Deborah Hawley ...

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Written by Kenneth Hawley

((Dr. Kenneth Hawley's perspective, along with Dr. Matt Byars's, was recently featured in "An LCU Professor Perspective – Storytelling and the Evolution of Video Games." Here is a copy of Dr. Hawley's complete commentary on the development of video...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase video game?

  • A time-wasting activity a kid plays all day?
  • A target for people who worry about violence in our culture?

What about a growing platform where modern technology has allowed them to evolve into a...

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Written by Becca Walters

NCAA member schools have nominated 517 student athletes for the 2016 Woman of the Year award, a list that includes Nicole Hampton and Kelsey Hoppel of Lubbock Christian University.

The NCAA Woman of the Year award honors graduating female college...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Encounter, hosted each June at Lubbock Christian University, is created to encourage and support teenagers as they grow their faith and encounter God.

This year, Encounter welcomed 560 campers, 100 sponsors, and 75 counselors and staff to...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

((Funeral services for Verdie Baker are scheduled for 10:00 a.m. on Saturday at Green Lawn Church of Christ. Visitation is from 5:00-7:00 p.m. on Friday at Resthaven.))

Verdie Mae Baker, a long-time supporter of Lubbock Christian University, passed...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

How “Hamilton” Is Revolutionizing Theatre

This year has seen the release of a number of strong new and revived musicals, but after the Tony Awards on Sunday, one show in particular is not throwing away its shot. “Hamilton,” Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

This week Lubbock Christian University hosted the first ever National Hispanic English Youth Conference (NHEYC), the second of the series of summer camps that will take place on LCU’s campus this summer.

The NHEYC began as a national ministry of the...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

"Phantom Nights," a sci-fi pilot featured on YouTube, was directed by a Lubbock native, filmed at a Lubbock location, and featured local Lubbock talent as the cast – including LCU seniors Brandon Greer and Joshua Dansby.

"Phantom Nights" is produced...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

LCU reaches beyond just college students with Impact Camp, the first summer camp of the 2016 season, that welcomed more than 40 participants to campus.

Aroma of Christ Impact theme card

Every summer, Lubbock Christian University hosts Impact as a retreat for active retirees,...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Lubbock Christian University’s online programs have been recognized through high rankings by various educational resource sites for 2016:

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