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Herstory Event Wraps-up Vocation InitiativeMar. 5, 2014

Lubbock Christian University’s Thinking Critically and Christianly about Vocation initiative will hold its last event the morning of Tuesday, March 11 in the Baker Conference Center. This final look at vocation, “Herstory: Women and Vocation,” will have four distinguished guests share their insights about the opportunities and challenges of... view full story


Original Script by Alumni Hits LCU StageFeb. 26, 2014

Last spring, LCU alum Gary Head (’13) approached fellow alum Kyle Bullock (’13) with a concept for a play. They never anticipated this concept would turn into Lubbock Christian University Theatre’s latest production, Baggage. Bullock explains their goal while writing Baggage, “We wanted to write a show that featured many different... view full story


LCU Welcomes CCTE/TCEA Conference to CampusFeb. 26, 2014

University English professors from across the state will meet for a conference taking place on the Lubbock Christian University campus this weekend--the 81st Annual Conference of College Teachers of English and the Texas College English Association. The LCU Department of Humanities is pleased to be serving as this year’s CCTE/TCEA host. The... view full story


Seminar to Focus on Challenges in the ChurchFeb. 25, 2014

Church leaders on the South Plains have the opportunity to be equipped and encouraged at ElderLink, hosted by Lubbock Christian University and Abilene Christian University on March 1 at the South Plains Church of Christ in Lubbock. ElderLink is a one day seminar for leaders in Churches of Christ, which includes elders, deacons, ministers and... view full story


Campus Welcomes a Variety of Potential ChapsFeb. 18, 2014

High school students interested in attending LCU toured campus yesterday for the first Chap Day of the semester. Chap Day is a group campus tour for high school students who want to experience LCU and meet fellow students interested in LCU. Among those students was Libby Kirkpatrick, a senior at Allen High School. Libby attended Chap Day... view full story


Miners and Cats Win Master FolliesFeb. 12, 2014

Master Follies has come and gone, and our students are returning to a regular sleep schedule. After all the hours of hard work, and cramming in homework during rehearsals, club show winners have been named. The first place winner in the men’s division was Koinonia. The men of Koinonia played coal miners who, after getting stuck in a mine, had... view full story


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Last Updated: Aug 05, 2014