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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
Dr. Andy Young’s research surveys on hostage negotiators and SWAT operators were featured in numerous publications in the past year. His research comes on the heels of the publication of his book, “Fight or Flight: Negotiating Crisis on the Front...
(On Dec. 7, 1941, 75 years ago today, the unforeseen bombing of a U.S. naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, shocked the nation. More than 2,400 Americans were killed in the attack. The nation struggled with grief, fear, and the threat of war.
It was a Big Blue Christmas, Charlie Brown! The Fourth Lubbock Christian University Big Blue Christmas drew students and families from the Lubbock community to campus for a festive holiday extravaganza with music, snacks, crafts, and more.