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Written by Renee Rhodes

Six Lubbock Christian University students traveled to the Capitol in Austin, Texas for Tuition Equalization Grant (TEG) Student Advocacy Day 2017 to discuss the importance of the TEG Program with state legislators.

The LCU students pose for a picture outside the Capitol in AustinThe TEG Program aims to make...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

The 89th Academy Awards made bigger news than usual after a mix-up during the penultimate announcement of Best Picture resulted in “La La Land” being mistakenly named as the Oscar-winner. The announcement was retracted as the “La La Land” producers...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Chap basketball player Tyler Rogers (#32) has been nominated for the GEICO Best of College Basketball 2017 Play of the Year.

Rogers is a redshirt senior who has helped bring the Chaps to a 17-10 record in his final year with one regular season game...

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Written by Zack Chavez

Lubbock Christian University Chap basketball took an 83-60 victory over Oklahoma Christian University Thursday evening at the Rip Griffin Center.

The victory marked head coach Todd Duncan's 100th career-win.

The win brings the Chaparrals to a...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

On Thursday, March 9, Lubbock Christian University and the Covenant School of Nursing will host the seventh annual event in the Distinguished Speaker Series.

Each year, more than 500 nurses and students attend the series hosted on LCU’s campus,...

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Written by Renee Rhodes & Susan Blassingame

Several Lubbock Christian University professors have been featured in recent and upcoming publications: Dr. Michelle Kraft, Dr. Cathy Box, and Dr. Beth Robinson. LCU is grateful for their dedication and their intellectual contributions to the...

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Written by Renee Rhodes & Shannon Sudduth

One of the most powerful initiatives as part of the Lubbock Christian University 60th Anniversary is the campus-wide commitment to complete 60 meaningful service projects by the end of the academic year.

The Celebrating 60 Years with 60 Service...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

On Wednesday, Feb. 8 LCU hosted the 3rd annual CHEMTeach Academy, which welcomed 24 high school teacher participants from various Texas school districts to train in chemistry teaching methods and labs.

The annual academy has grown to be both sought...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Dr. Michelle Kraft poses with art for photo shootDr. Michelle Kraft will be honored on March 9 as one of the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) of Lubbock “Women of Excellence 2017” winners, along with seven other women honored in various categories. 

Kraft will receive the award in the...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

LCU annually recognizes distinguished alumni through the presentation of awards: the Young Alum of the Year, Distinguished Alum of the Year, K.C. Moser, F.W Mattox, and, this year, the 60th Anniversary Enduring Legacy awards.

LCU is proud to...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

An epic annual tradition at LCU Homecoming, Master Follies features musical performances by hosts and hostesses, as well as choreographed theatrical follies by the university social clubs.

Follies this year, sponsored by Anderson Bros. Jewelers,...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Lubbock Christian University will celebrate Homecoming Weekend 2017 on Thursday, Feb. 2 through Saturday, Feb. 4. With over forty events, LCU offers a weekend of reunions, friends, and Follies for alumni and their families.

Info graphic for the ASN televised LCU basketball gamesBasketball Games ...

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Written by Renee Rhodes & Chris Due

Thursday’s Lubbock Christian University basketball doubleheader will be televised nationally by American Sports Network and will mark the first ever nationally televised events inside the Rip Griffin Center.

The games against Texas A&M International...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

We tell the LCU story through voices that come from every decade of the university’s existence. This diversity of authors and experiences helps to capture LCU’s very heartbeat. This book is not a comprehensive history of LCU, but rather a collection...

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