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Written by Shannon Sudduth

A generous gift from First Bank & Trust will support Lubbock Christian University’s Chaps and Lady Chaps teams and was announced at a lunch Wednesday in the Rip Griffin Center.

The support from First Bank & Trust will allow LCU to enhance athletic...

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Written by Brianna Wallace

((The Dustertoday is the Lubbock Christian University online newspaper that exists to serve the students, faculty, staff, and friends of the university. The staff of The Duster strives to provide fair, balanced and accurate news coverage of topics...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

The fall Etiquette Dinner, hosted by LCU Career Services, treated students to a four-course meal as a means to teach dining etiquette and professionalism. Over 70 people attended the dinner which is open to seniors and graduate students and their...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

From October 3-4, Lubbock Christian University welcomed guests to campus for the annual Moser Ministry Conference. Over the past ten years, LCU has hosted the conference devoted to different aspects of ministry, featuring many distinguished speakers...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

One of the reasons for the great success of the LCU Washington program is a shared vision with The Washington Center (TWC) of preparing students for leadership. 

This vision is particularly represented at the TWC "Leadership and Legacy" Awards Gala,...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Sondheim’s “Into the Woods” is a musical full of valuable lessons told through fairy tales about wishes, wolves, and witches, but the audience of the musical during LCU’s family weekend learned one lesson best – LCU is full of talent.

The

LCU fall...
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Written by Renee Rhodes

The LCU School of Business hosted Business as a Calling at the end of September several business leaders spoke on how faith and business collide. 

“Business as a Calling addresses a perceived tension between two aspects of our character: the...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth

Lubbock Christian University baseball catchers will benefit from a generous donation of $10,000 which will endow the J.L. and Faye Self Memorial Scholarship.

To honor J.L. and Faye after their passing last year, his children, Kathy Woodard, Joni...

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