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Campus Holiday
Kick-off to 2014 Faith and Learning Initiative: Thinking Critically about Pop Culture
Sep9 /Sep10
William Shakespear's Star Wars?!
Oct3 /Oct5
Families have the opportunity to have a taste student life.
Oct3 /Oct4
Come to Family Weekend and see the Fall Musical "The Sound of Music."
Be part of the One Ring Tradition!
Oct6 /Oct7
"The Word Became Flesh: Contemplating Christ within the Life of the Church"
Visit campus. Visit with a professor. Eat a bite at the Cafe or the Coffee Cup or the Take 10. Register for a class.
Oct16 /Oct19
Campus Holiday
Oct21 /Oct30
Hear Dr. Weston Fields: Executive Director of The Dead Sea Scrolls Foundation
29/08 - 2014
happy-labor-day1We’ve finished the first week of school, and a glorious long weekend stretches out before us. While dreams of sleep fill many of our heads, we also realize we’ll need more to do than spend quality time with our beds. But what? Don’t worry. The Duster staff has you covered. Read on for a list of

20/08 - 2014
amazing chapWe are thrilled you are here! This is a time of excitement, nerves, and great change. Many have walked this path before you and have kindly offered words of wisdom to help you as you start this new journey. Take it one day at a time. Pace yourself. Don’t forget to have fun and take

15/07 - 2014
God of Carnage editFor dedicated theater-goers, even summer doesn’t lack in theatrical productions, nor do the productions disappoint. CATS Playhouse opened God of Carnage this past weekend in a premiere for new director Reagan Sudduth. “I really have enjoyed directing, especially this fun show,” said Sudduth. “I would love to thank my cast and crew for all of their support. It’s

30/04 - 2014
ALICE ACKby Cori Newsom, Staff Writer ABC’s hit series “Once Upon a Time” keeps on racking up the viewings. By combining fairytale characters all across the board, it’s exciting and plot-twisting stories have caught the attention of viewers for over two years now. Unfortunately, the shows spin-off series, “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland,” hasn’t gotten

30/04 - 2014
Technology seems to consume our Staff Writer, Molly Cox As an education major, I find myself surrounded by more and more budding technology. From different computers, to tablets, and then phones, it seems like everyone must have the newest item that is out on the market in order to stay alive. I can still remember my parents teaching me

21/04 - 2014
MRMSLCUAt the end of each school year, LCU faculty are asked to nominate students they believe embody the spirit, values, and mission of the university. The student body is then asked to vote for Mr. and Ms. LCU from a selection of six finalists (three men and three women). This year’s finalists included Aaron Stephenson,

20/08 - 2014

LUBBOCK, Texas (August 20, 2014) – Former Lubbock Christian University softball players are invited to take part in the 2014 Alumni Game scheduled for Sunday, September 28 at 2 p.m. at PlainsCapital Park.

15/08 - 2014


7/08 - 2014

LUBBOCK, Texas (August 7, 2014) – Lubbock Christian University interim men's soccer head coach Lee Williams has welcomed Scott Smith to the program as an assistant coach.

5/08 - 2014

WACO, Texas (August 5, 2014) – The Heartland Conference announced their preseason rankings for men's soccer and Lubbock Christian University is tied for second place and receiving first place votes.

5/08 - 2014

WACO, Texas (August 5, 2014) – Lubbock Christian University is slated to finish third according to conference coaches and sports information directors, as the Heartland Conference released their women's soccer preseason polls.

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