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Today, February 27, 2015 due to bad weather, classes are cancelled and offices are closed.

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Feb28
Perry and Lynn Mason Scholarship Dinner has been postponed due to inclement weather.
Mar14 /Mar22
Campus Holiday
Mar29

Area Wide Worship @05:00 pm

City Bank Auditorium
City Bank Auditorium
Mar30
“Post-Soviet Russia: What Went Wrong?”
Apr2
Be inspired to greater success by the stories of: Dee Ann Turner, Holly M. Duncan, Kathrine Lee, Marcylle Combs
Apr3 /Apr5
Campus Holiday
Apr6
Visit campus. Visit with a professor. Eat a bite at the Cafe or the Take 10. Register for a class.
Apr8 /Apr10
We celebrate the scholarship of our students and faculty with posters, presentations, and excellence.
Apr18
Come cheer the Chaps and feed the hungry!
Apr20
Visit campus. Visit with a professor. Eat a bite at the Cafe or the Take 10. Register for a class.
19/02 - 2015
united-nations-globe_squareLubbock Christian University is known worldwide. Need proof? Look at our international student body. Students from South America, Africa, Europe, Asia, and Australia have all attended LCU at one time or another. It speaks volumes to our faith fueled academia to bring students from all corners of the globe to a city unknown to people

17/02 - 2015
FOLThe Friends of the Library Sale was a hit! I could barely move in the basement of the Mahon Public Library while hunting down items on my hit list. As they promised, the deals were great, but they just can’t stop themselves. The prices were low, then they were cut in half, and now, FREE.

9/02 - 2015
birdandfishYou are a bird I am a fish In what world would we live? You soar in the sky I swim with the tide If I could trade these fins for wings I could be beside you flying in the sunshine You sing to the clouds I just float along with the current Maybe there

4/02 - 2015
BackSchoolA haze has befallen the LCU campus. A wild sickness passing from one student to another as the Spring Semester begins, has few cures. Early mornings on campus are a barren wasteland. When I come into contact with most students they appear to be the walking dead. Zombies are turning up in my classrooms. Instead

1/02 - 2015
chap tank announcement  Have you ever watched Shark Tank and wished you could be there pitching your idea for a chance at financial backing? Well, wish no more! Enactus is bringing Chap Tank to LCU. They want to hear your best entrepreneurial ideas and are offering cash prizes for the top three submissions. All you have to do

30/01 - 2015
Into the WoodsCori Newsom, Staff Writer If you haven’t seen the movie adaptation of Steven Sondheim’s musical Into the Woods, you are missing a treat! Into the Woods takes the charts with the play’s original storyline, breathtaking musical numbers, and an all-star cast; this is a fun film for all ages. The musical follows the exploits of

27/02 - 2015


LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN (7-6) vs. ARKANSAS ? FORT SMITH (0-6)

26/02 - 2015


SAN ANTONIO, Texas (February 26, 2015) ? Morgan Pullins produced her 18th double-double of the sea-son (24 points, 12 rebounds) and she helped St. Mary's end No.19 Lubbock Christian University's 13-game win streak, as the Lady Chaparrals fell 67-59 Thursday evening inside Bill Greehey in Heartland Conference action.

26/02 - 2015


SAN ANTONIO, Texas (February 26, 2015) ? Lubbock Christian fell out of contention to win at least a share of what could have been their first Heartland Conference regular season title with a 66-63 loss to St. Mary's Thursday afternoon at Bill Greehey Arena and now will by vying for spot number two come their regular season finale on Saturday.

26/02 - 2015


Lubbock Christian (15-10, 12-6 Heartland) at St. Mary's (16-9, 13-5 Heartland)

26/02 - 2015


No.19 LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN (21-5, 15-1) at ST. MARY'S (14-10, 8-8)

25/02 - 2015


LUBBOCK, Texas (February 25, 2015) ? Lubbock Christian opened up Heartland Conference play in a big way on Wednesday afternoon at PlainsCapital Park, defeating Texas-Permian Basin by scores of 11-3 and 16-2, with both games being played in a shortened five innings and still racking up 31 hits, eight doubles, a triple and a pair of home runs in the two victories.

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