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LCU and Wayland Combine Choirs for Powerful PerformanceApr. 1, 2014

Lubbock Christian University and Wayland Baptist University have joined choirs to perform Franz Joseph Haydn’s Nelson Mass, a four part chorus, four part soloist, and orchestra, on Friday, April 4, in the McDonald Moody Auditorium at 7:30 pm. LCU’s Director of Choral Activities, Dr. Philip Camp will conduct the performance alongside Wayland’s... view full story


Students Help Underprivileged During Spring BreakMar. 28, 2014

While most college students across the country spend their spring break relaxing, Lubbock Christian University has a tradition of encouraging its students to serve others during their break. This year LCU sent one team to Houston and another to Oklahoma City. Houston This is the fourth year for LCU students to serve inner city kids at... view full story


Prosperity Bank Welcomes Renowned Nursing Leader to Speak Mar. 26, 2014

Lubbock Christian University and Covenant School of Nursing partnered with Prosperity Bank to present Dr. Ellen Fineout-Overholt for the 2014 Distinguished Speaker Series. Dr. Fineout-Overholt spoke to about 650 total nurses and student nurses last Thursday and Friday. Dr. Fineout-Overholt is known nationally and internationally as a recognized... view full story


Single Father Recognized Among Program's Participants Mar. 26, 2014

The Lubbock area TRiO programs are celebrating National TRiO day on Friday, March 28, from 11:30am-1pm at the Legacy Event Center. Each program will honor their Achiever of the Year, who will give a speech and receive an award. LCU’s TRiO program, known as Flight Plan, will honor 2013 graduate Damion Draper. Damion struggled to balance his... view full story


LCU Professor Presents at HarvardMar. 25, 2014

Dr. Kenneth Hawley, English professor at Lubbock Christian University, was asked to present his paper on Boethius at Harvard University’s “Revisiting the Legacy of Boethius in the Middle Ages” conference on March 13. The conference was hosted by Harvard’s English Department and sponsored in part by the International Boethius Society, a... view full story


English Major's Short Story Selected for National ConferenceMar. 24, 2014

Lubbock Christian University’s senior English and history major, Kenny Mahan, has been accepted to the 29th National Undergraduate Literature Conference (NULC) for his short story “Midknight: In Dark Canyons.” This short story was an assignment in Kenny’s creative writing class taught by Dr. Matt Byars. “Kenny Mahan is a very talented writer,”... view full story


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Last Updated: May 08, 2014