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Jan1 /Jan2
New Year's Day Holiday, Classes dismissed, Offices closed
Katie Rogers Hall and Johnson Hall open for spring semester
Registration is open for all spring undergrad classes, AGrad, and BGrad, CGrad
Classes begin for traditional spring classes, early spring short courses, AGrad, BGrad
Feb5 /Feb8
Reunion Classes: 1965, 1970, 1975, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, and 2010.
Visit campus. Visit with a professor. Eat a bite at the Cafe or the Take 10. Register for a class.
Mar14 /Mar22
Campus Holiday
Apr3 /Apr5
Campus Holiday
Visit campus. Visit with a professor. Eat a bite at the Cafe or the Take 10. Register for a class.
15/12 - 2014
blue roses photos and wallpaperAndrea Crowley, Guest Writer Rose petals fall like tears on the ground. Their life of color can no longer be found. Red and Pink—Yellow and White, Fade noiselessly into the night. The tiers of roses pile sky high! Though they do fall with a longing sigh. Tired of holding themselves up they say, Learning to

21/11 - 2014
thankfulSarah Board, Staff Writer It seems like as soon as we are done with Halloween our thoughts jump straight to Christmas. We begin seeing ads about the big toy/gadget/clothing or fill-in-the-blank of what we need to get or give. We are overlooking Thanksgiving. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE Christmas; I love how everyone stops

10/11 - 2014
43-sullivanH. Chase Stewart, Student Writer What are your goals in life? There are two types of people in this world: those that want something and those that deserve something. Those who want something talk about it: “Oh, how nice it would be if… I would like to…” Those who deserve what they desire will do

5/11 - 2014
fallDemi Lorey, Student Editor The sun is rising later on these cool, crisp, November mornings. Playful breezes sweep around the trees, rustling leaves and beckoning them to float to the ground. Birds chirp, and the subtle warmth of the sun kisses the ground. Comfy, oversized sweaters and boots have moved to the front of the

5/11 - 2014
Coffee-Shop-starbucks-25055149-1280-1024Cori Newsom, Staff Writer LCU is seeing a lot of construction projects this year, of which the most eagerly anticipated is the new Starbucks that is to take the place of the Koffee Kup. Due to the growing nature of our campus, it was decided that the Koffee Kup would be replaced with a name

5/11 - 2014
runSarah Board, Staff Writer We have all seen amazing stories of marathon-finishing athletes who are in impeccable shape. All the while we sit on our couches eating chips and ice cream, and merely watch people like them. We only wish we could do something like that. What if you changed your ‘I want’ into an ‘I

20/12 - 2014

St. Mary's (4-4, 1-0 Heartland) at Lubbock Christian (4-3, 1-0 Heartland)

20/12 - 2014

ST. MARY'S (7-2, 1-0) at LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN (7-3, 1-0)

18/12 - 2014

LUBBOCK, Texas (December 18, 2014) ? Lubbock Christian cruised to a 73-55 victory over Texas A&M International in the teams' Heartland Conference opener behind a game-high 14 points from both A.J. Luckey and Ridrell Holman, along with a career-high dozen points from Marcos Schuster Thursday night at the Rip Griffin Center.

18/12 - 2014

LUBBOCK, Texas (December 18, 2014) ? Kellyn Schneider recorded her first double-double as a member of Lubbock Christian University, with 14 rebounds and 12 points, and LCU produced 59 rebounds en route to an 87-68 victory over Texas A&M International in each team's Heartland Conference opener Thursday night inside Rip Griffin Center.

18/12 - 2014

Texas A&M International (5-3, 0-0 Heartland) at Lubbock Christian (3-3, 0-0 Heartland)

17/12 - 2014


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