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Guest Speaker Enlightens Economic StudentsApr. 7, 2014

Lubbock Christian University Business and Economic students had the chance to learn from an economic expert last week. Dr. Larry R. Blank, New Mexico State University Economics Professor, guest taught approximately thirty LCU students on “Economists in the Public and Private Sector.” The goal was to show students, whether they were economic... view full story

LCU Band Presents Heroes and VillainsApr. 4, 2014

Lubbock Christian University’s Symphonic Band will perform a concert titled "Heroes and Villains" on Thursday, April 10, at 7:30 pm in the McDonald Moody Auditorium. Director of Bands, Andrew Babcock, says he usually programs a lighter concert for the spring semester to appeal to the audience. As he searched for music he noticed the... view full story

ChapFit Encourages Personal StewardshipApr. 3, 2014

Lubbock Christian University’s commitment to passionately pursue individual’s success in spiritual formation, intellectual growth, leadership development, and personal stewardship, has sparked a new program focusing on the key point of personal stewardship. Michele Culpepper, Director of RecLife at LCU, points to 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 for LCU’s... view full story

Students Presenting at National ConferenceApr. 2, 2014

Eleven of Lubbock Christian University’s brightest undergraduates left for Lexington, Kentucky, yesterday to present their research at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR). The students will present alongside 3500 undergraduates across the nation, including students from known prestigious schools such as Harvard and Yale. ... view full story

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

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Last Updated: Aug 05, 2014