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Submissions are open for The Chap Book

We welcome submissions of poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, and art. All writing submissions should be sent as MS Word attachments. No more than three poems per entry; short fiction and creative non-fiction entries two thousand words or fewer; art submissions should be attached as high-resolution .jpeg files of the art piece. Entries should be sent to journalsubmissions@lcu.edu.


Maya Angelou Film Screening

Minority Student Alliance is hosting a screening of the first documentary about the late Dr. Maya Angelou. Please join us on Tuesday, February 21, in the SUB from 7-9 as we learn more about the life and legacy of this influential woman. For more information, contact Shenai Alonge (shenai.alonge@lcu.edu).


Blur

If you had 4 minutes to share something that is on your heart-what would you say? Blur is seeking 2 to 4 minute videos of what you find important that you would like to share with your fellow students. Please submit your phone videos to: lcu.edu/blurvideo Due: March 1 @ 5pm


Submissions Open for MSA's Changing Hearts Through Art

Minority Student Alliance is accepting submissions for our upcoming justice and compassion themed spoken-word, music, and art event: Changing Hearts Through Art, scheduled for March 21st. All students are encouraged to submit poetry, spoken word, rap, and visual art (painting, sculpture, photography, etc.) for possible showcase at the event. Written works should be sent as MS Word attachments. Art submissions should be sent as .jpeg files. The deadline for submissions is 5pm on Friday, March 3rd. Please send all questions and submissions to shenai.alonge@lcu.edu.


First Generation Student Small Group

The Center for Student Success and Paisano invite you to join the conversation as we talk about topics that affect first generation students. If you are in the first generation of your family to attend college, we want to hear from you. We will meet Thursday, February 23rd at 4:15 in room 100 of the CAA. Email Isaias.miranda@lcu.edu for more information.


LCU's Got Talent

Do you have talent? Here is your chance to win $500! Sign up for LCU’s Got Talent in the Student Affairs office today. Tryouts will be held the week of March 6th.


ICC Tailgate

Join us for free food at the ICC Tailgate this Saturday at 11am! To be entered into a drawing for 2 Garth Brooks tickets, bring school supplies for the School of Ed. Ecuador trip. Drawing will be during the basketball games.


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Chap Day

February 20
Chap Day - Visit LCU!

Nursing Research Brown Bag

February 21 @04:30 pm
Nursing Research Brown Bag

Refresh

February 25 @09:00 am
Refresh

ElderLink

March 04
ElderLink

The Duster Today

Thoughts After Class

Recently, after Jim Beck’s Missio Dei (the Mission of God) class, I felt severely overwhelmed. It was after Master Follies weekend, and I felt the pressure of “Follies Flu” over me. I was trying desperately not to get sick and to catch up on my classes through the exhaustion and excitement of everything. Mr. Beck

And the Winner Is . . . Not So Fast. You Gotta Wait!

In this first edition to this series, we will take a look back on Homecoming weekend here at Lubbock Christian University, with the main focus being on Master Follies. Master Follies is one of, if not the, biggest event of the Homecoming weekend here at Lubbock Christian University. All of the clubs put in tons

An LCU Student’s Perspective on the “No Bans, No Walls” Lubbock Protest

When one imagines a protest, there is no doubt of the singular image that comes to mind:  topless women and long-haired hippies walking in circles, waving profane signs and endlessly repeating painfully rhyming chants, turning violent at the first sign of opposition.  Such portrayals can skew one against the idea of protests.  However, the No

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Lady Chaps Complete Their First Ever Entry Into the Lone Star Conference Indoor Track Championships



ALAMOSA, Colo. (February 19, 2017) – The Lubbock Christian University Lady Chaps closed out their inaugural indoor track season with the Lone Star Conference Championships over the weekend. The meet was held at the ASU High Altitude Training Center in Alamosa, Colo. LCU contended across five different events. Amira Cunningham tabbed the Lady Chap's only top-five individual finish of the weekend.

First-Year Program Completes First Run at Lone Star Conference Indoor Track Championships



ALAMOSA, Colo. (February 19, 2017) – Lubbock Christian University tied a bow on their inaugural NCAA Indoor Track Season at the Lone Star Conference Championships in Alamosa, Colo. over the weekend. The Chaps competed across seven events and took home five Top-10 individual finishes as well as a second place finish in one of their relays.

Chaps Rally But Let Another Lead Slip Late



SAN ANGELO, Texas (February 19, 2017) – No.6 Angelo State used another comeback in the series, this time with a two-run eighth inning, to defeat No.8 Lubbock Christian University 4-3 and completing a three-game sweep Sunday afternoon at Foster Field.

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