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Gordon Cargill: Delivering Love and EncouragementSep. 5, 2013

As the Lubbock Christian University family says goodbye to Gordon Cargill after 17 years of delivering so much more than mail, a reflection on his life and time at LCU was written to celebrate the Cargill’s moving to Searcy, Arkansas. Gordon started working for LCU to pay off a pickup. His first job at LCU was to clean the floors in the science... view full story


Nurses Pinning Ceremony Proves Growth of ProgramSep. 3, 2013

The Lubbock Christian University nursing program had their first-ever summer pinning ceremony on August 17, evidence of the programs steady and sustained growth in recent years. Forty-five nurses completed their degree requirements this summer to earn the honor of being pinned. Of the 45 pinned nurses, 23 completed their bachelor’s degree or... view full story


Art Program Enhanced with New StudioAug. 30, 2013

Among all the happenings that come with a fresh school year, LCU’s new Art Studio building had an Open House Monday afternoon. This new studio space was funded by generous grants from the C.H. and Helen Jones Foundation and is located in the former motor pool area on campus. The new building provides about four times as much space as the old... view full story


Former Dean Brings Grandson to LCUAug. 29, 2013

Dylan Willis was among the crowd of new Chaparrals who settled in to their Lubbock Christian University residence halls last week, and helping him get comfortable was his grandmother, Joyce Hardin. After walking around campus with his grandmother for only the morning, Dylan soon discovered his grandmother was quite the celebrity at LCU. Joyce,... view full story


Brokaw unable to make Lubbock Christian University Benefit DinnerAug. 28, 2013

Tom Brokaw’s representatives have informed Lubbock Christian University that Mr. Brokaw is unable to fulfill his October 3 speaking commitment for the university’s “An Evening with….” series because of a recent serious back injury.  After careful consideration of the available options, the university has reluctantly decided to cancel LCU’s An... view full story


Seven Students Leave for D.C. InternshipsAug. 28, 2013

Washington, D.C. will have a mixture of current LCU students and LCU graduates as guest for the next four months. Those seven students left early Wednesday morning for the nation’s capital to complete a semester of academic internships through the LCU in Washington program. LCU senior and economics major, Angela Crouch, is among the seven who... view full story


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Last Updated: Aug 05, 2014