News

more pages

LCU Board of Trustees Rededicate the UniversityApr. 25, 2014

The LCU Board of Trustees held a dedication ceremony this morning to thank God for His providence since the beginning of the university, and to petition for His continued blessings for LCU’s future. An Ebenezer Stone was erected in the mall area between the Library and Administration Building for this occasion, with the inscription, “In gratitude... view full story


Taking Every Thought CaptiveApr. 24, 2014

“…be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect.” –Romans 12:2 Mindfulness meditation is gaining momentum across the nation as research is consistently being released on the vast benefits of this practice. The rising recognition of its benefits has not... view full story


Victim Shares Burglary Story with Criminal Justice StudentsApr. 22, 2014

Lubbock Christian University Social Work and Criminal Justice Departments have hosted numerous events this month to prevent crime in correlation with Victims of Crime month. The departments recently invited Jess Peterson, Executive Director of Grand Court and former LCU Behavioral Sciences adjunct professor, to share his story of being robbed at... view full story


Aaron Stephenson and Samantha Turley Named Mr. and Ms. LCUApr. 17, 2014

Mr. Aaron Stephenson and Ms. Samantha Turley were named Mr. and Ms. LCU 2014 by the Lubbock Christian University student body. Ms. Turley is an English major and music minor from Pampa. While attending LCU, Turley was involved in the musical groups Praise Choir, Chamber Singers, and Forte, and served as President of Choir during this time.... view full story


Celebrating the University LibraryApr. 16, 2014

The Lubbock Christian University Library celebrated National Library Week this week. Libraries are an iconic element in education, however the way students utilize them has changed. To fulfill modern needs, the University Library is in the midst of a three phase renovation process. Paula Gannaway, Director of the University Library,... view full story


English Professor Assigned Editor for National JournalApr. 9, 2014

Micah Heatwole, English professor at Lubbock Christian University, was recently asked to be an Associate Editor for the Iron Horse Literary Review. Heatwole will help select poems to be published in this national journal of fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and works of art. Heatwole is a poet, with four poems published in the 2012 spring... view full story


1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Last Updated: Aug 05, 2014