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Written by Renee Rhodes

The Lubbock Christian University community reaches far beyond just the campus and the city of Lubbock. As students go out in the world, they have the chance to make a larger impact through service, business, and faith.

Jerry Harris, chairman of the...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth

The Lubbock Christian University School of Business announced Sept. 28 that it will be moving to a new campus facility named after Dr. Christa Dobbs, long-time LCU business faculty member and Lubbock resident.

The new Christa Dobbs Center for...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

At Lubbock Christian University, students are encouraged to think beyond the classroom, and to apply their intelligence, skills, and faith in many aspects of the world.

Since 2011, LCU has hosted a series of “Thinking Critically” initiatives to...

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Written by Renee Rhodes & Shannon Sudduth

Throughout the past year, Lubbock Christian University has celebrated its 60th anniversary by initiating several projects and events to commemorate the significant milestone.

The 60th year concluded when City Mayor Dan Pope read a proclamation of...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

On Sept. 21, a reception in the Caldwell Welcome Center greeted Marcelino Banda (’99) as a new member of the Lubbock Christian University Board of Trustees. Banda currently serves as a minister at the Lubbock Bilingual Church of Christ.

Banda...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

"This is suspected of being one of Josh Stephens horcruxes," Dr. Kenneth Hawley, professor of English, said in chapel Friday as he held aloft an old trophy. In the other hand he held a sword. "And this is the lost sword of Kyodai," he said, to roars...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth

LCU hosted Dr. Tremper Longman III in the sixth annual Lanier Theological Library Lecture Series on Thursday, Sept. 14.

Dr. Longman, who earned his Ph.D. in ancient Near Eastern studies from Yale University and has authored or co-authored over...

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Written by Brian Starr

For the second year in a row, Lubbock Christian University welcomed one of the largest freshmen classes in the history of the university.

“The 2017-18 academic year is off to a great start with highly motivated and engaged students and a talented...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Last year was a big year for the Boy Who Lived as the Harry Potter universe began to expand for the first time since the release of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”: first with the opening of the play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” in...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

When Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a category four hurricane, all of Texas looked on in shock at the unexpected destruction in its path. The shock didn’t last long before all of the country jumped into action to aid in relief efforts.

Lubbock...

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