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Written by Bobby Hooten

Despite the early end to in-person education in Spring of 2020, the music department at LCU was determined to find a way to continue the comradery, memories, and music from a distance.

Philip Camp, Director of Choral Activities at LCU, decided to...

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Written by Warren McNeill & Bobby Hooten

Memorial Day is a United States holiday on the last Monday of May that honors men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. It is a day intended to remember the sacrifice of so many that secured the freedoms that are enjoyed by American...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

Alan Rhodes, attorney, business professional, and member of the LCU Board of Trustees has found a way to help local nurses, first responders, and doctors in Lubbock and Amarillo with one of their most basic needs—a place to sleep.

When the COVID-19...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

Dr. Mark Wilkinson, professor of nursing at Lubbock Christian University, landed in Boston, Massachusetts on April 28, ready to help fight COVID-19 on the frontlines—and preparing to share his experiences with the students in the two online courses...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth

Lubbock Christian University names The United Family as the LCU 2020 Community Partner of the Year for their tremendous support of LCU and to the greater Lubbock community.

Lisa Fraze, director of stewardship at LCU, said, "We appreciate The United...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

On May 11, 1970, one of the most devastating tornados in American history tore through downtown Lubbock. Today, fifty years later, Lubbock Christian University remembers those affected by the tragedy, and the unique way in which it was positioned to...

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Following a national search, Lubbock Christian University has announced the appointment of Matt Bumstead as Dean of the LCU School of Business. The longtime, Lubbock business professional and civic leader was selected from a field of exceptional...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

Due to COVID-19 concerns, Lubbock Christian University has announced that the weeklong summer camps Encounter and Camp Champion have been cancelled for 2020.

“Please know that this very difficult decision was made with prayerful consideration and...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth

LCU President Dr. Scott McDowell recently announced the appointment of Al Roberts as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the university and Dr. Brian Starr as Senior Vice President for Administration.

Mr. Roberts assumed his new...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

“It’s the end of an era in youth ministry in churches of Christ,” reads The Christian Chronicle headline announcing the death of LCU graduate and youth ministry icon Mike Myers (’65).

Myers, 74, had been in and out of the hospital battling pneumonia...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

LCU’s University Writing Center celebrated its 10-year anniversary this year at LCU’s Homecoming, but as members and friends gathered together, none could have imagined then that the entirety of campus would moving from face-to-face conversations...

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