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Written by Renee Rhodes

Lubbock Christian University helped fight cancer by partnering with Relay for Life and hosting the Lubbock County event on the LCU campus.

Cancer survivors, relay participants, and members of the local community gathered on the LCU intramural field...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

The earth brought forth vegetation, plants yielding seed according to their own kinds, and trees bearing fruit in which is their seed, each according to its kind. And God saw that it was good. (Genesis 1:12, ESV)

In celebration of National Arbor Day...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Author and speaker Jen Hatmaker visited LCU campus for a special presentation in the Rip Griffin Center that challenged, encouraged, and inspired those in attendance.

“An Inspiring Evening with Jen Hatmaker” on April 19 was the second event in the...

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Written by Terry Greenberg

The Lubbock Christian University Scholars Colloquium highlights LCU’s impressive academics and research and the 2016 Colloquium was successful in many ways.

  • More than 60 presentations were made by both LCU faculty and students.
  • Keynote speaker...
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Written by Terry Greenberg

The third-annual Strike Out Hunger at Lubbock Christian University was a hit in a number of ways:

  • Fans who came to watch the Chap baseball and Lady Chap softball teams play Texas A&M University International brought food to help the South Plains...
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Written by Renee Rhodes

Much like the hit show that inspired it, the annual Chap Tank competition provides students with the opportunity to explore business ideas and creative entrepreneurship for a chance at professional feedback and varied prizes.

Chap Tank is hosted by...

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Written by Terry Greenberg

When the Scholars Colloquium began at Lubbock Christian University in 2006, it was envisioned as the main event to highlight the university’s push on academic research.

As LCU has grown academically and added more events highlighting its academics,...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

Not many teams would be thrilled about opening their season in exhibition on a loss – especially with a score of 95-39.

Then again, not many teams would follow up that game with a 35-game win streak that culminated in a national championship and an...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

LCU had a strong representation at the 30th Anniversary National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) with 13 students and eight mentors in attendance.

Hosted at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, where NCUR was first launched in...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

The International Food Festival, hosted by the International Student Association (ISA), gave LCU students a chance to taste samples of cultural foods from various countries around the globe. Twelve countries were represented at the festival,...

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