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Written by Renee Rhodes & Shannon Sudduth

As we celebrate Lubbock Christian University’s 60th anniversary, we recognize that we stand on the shoulders of those founders who boldly stepped out in faith to establish a Christian college in a cotton field. Last week, Lubbock Christian University...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

On Monday, representatives from the U.S. Department of Education, Dr. Lisa Ramirez and Dr. David Cantrell, visited LCU for a listening session as part of the new Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

Ramirez, director for migrant education and acting...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

On August 29, 15 students from Lubbock Christian University embarked on a trip to Ávila, Spain, becoming the first participants in LCU’s new semester abroad program.

Not only are these student getting the chance to experience another culture, but...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

In recognition of Constitution Day, Lubbock Christian University welcomed Dr. Wilfred M. McClay, the Blankenship Chair in the History of Liberty from the University of Oklahoma, to speak on patriotism and religious liberty.

“Professor McClay’s...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

This month, President Tim Perrin, along with other university presidents, signed a new agreement for the Texas Learning Consortium (TLC), an inter-institutional project to allow students access to a wider variety of foreign language courses. ...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

The 7th Annual Writing Carnival at LCU celebrated the creativity of writing through the lens of J.R.R. Tolkien’s high fantasy The Lord of the Rings. This is the second time Tolkien’s series has been featured as the focal point of the carnival, with...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

This fall, Lubbock Christian University continues to make strides in academic advancement with the transition of the Honors Program to the status of Honors College. The newly-minted Honors College will also welcome a record number of students for the...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Fifteen years ago, America shook when two hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Centers in New York, a third plane hit the Pentagon in Virginia, and a fourth plane, commandeered and routed to Washington, D.C., crashed in Pennsylvania.

Many...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth

Lubbock Christian University enters its 60th year with the largest freshman class in more than a five-year period, with a 16 percent increase from the prior year.

“In only six decades, the university has enjoyed remarkable growth and development,...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

Each year, the LCU Choir, Symphonic Band, and a cappella group Best Friends begin their fall semester with a trip to the beautiful mountains of New Mexico. The annual retreat, hosted by Camp Blue Haven, provides a relaxing atmosphere in which...

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