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Volunteer opportunity

Hey there! Caleb’s closet is in dire need of volunteers to help sort clothes for local foster children. This organization provides clothing, backpacks, and daily essential items for children who are in care, as they usually come with only the clothes on their backs. If you are looking for way to give back to the community and or volunteer hours, please contact Amanda Todd for more information.


Narnia T-Shirts

If you didn't have a chance to purchase a Narnia t-shirt and would like one, pick one up from Amy Smith in American Heritage, #106-A--$5 for a cool t-shirt and a fun memory!


Last day to drop with a

The last day to drop with a "W" for 2020Fall C2 classes is Thursday, September 24. Please come by the Registrar's Office to get a drop slip.


Kyodai Sweethearts

Kyodai is taking applications for sweethearts. If you are interested or have questions, please email Brady Chant at Bchant3650@lcu.edu


SubT-16 Mixer

Subt-16 invites all freshman and transfers to our slip n slide mixer this Thursday 9/24, 6-7:30pm outside the rec center field. all potential sweethearts are invited as well. wear clothes you don't mind getting wet. for more info contact dean (806) 470-9824.


Kyodai Mixer

Kyodai is having their first mixer this Friday at 3:00 on the Intramural Fields. We will be playing slip n' slide ultimate Frisbee. Bring your mask and clothes that you can get wet in. Come get to know the Men of Kyodai and have a great time!


Faculty/Staff dominates Student Senate in Kickball

The elderly faculty/staff kickball team embarrassed the Student Senate kickball team 16-0 last night. In the crowning moment of his athletic career, Dr. Kenneth Hawley pitched a shut out! Every member of the faculty/staff team got a hit and scored a run. On the other side, Student Senate displayed excellent sportsmanship! Faculty/Staff-3 Student Senate-0.


Friday Chapel

There will be an optional Chapel this Friday in the McDonald Moody auditorium at 10am.


Zeta Gamma Mixer

Are y'all "thready" for Zeta Gamma's arts and crafts mixer? Come hang out with Zeta Gamma this Thursday from 5:30-7pm and enjoy making friendship bracelets, origami, and other cool crafts while getting to know our members! We will be meeting at the picnic tables out in front of the SUB. This is an "arty" you won't want to miss! Open to any girls thinking about rushing!


Hear Ye ! Hear Ye!

Emergency Grant funding is being made available to eligible students under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. This funding is to help you to cover out-of-pocket expenses incurred during this past spring, summer and current fall semesters related to the disruption of campus operations due to coronavirus. Expenses eligible for reimbursement with this grant must be associated with your cost of attending LCU, and can include things such as food and housing (not already reimbursed by LCU) course materials, technology, health care and child care. These funds will be given directly to you as a cash grant after approval of your application. If you received this application and have not already applied, please complete and submit it as soon as possible. The application is accessible via link in the email and went out to eligible student’s LCU email address or personal email address on Wednesday, September 16th. The initial funding of grant requests will be limited to $600 per eligible student based on available funding. If you submit a total request in excess of $600, you may later receive some residual funding for all or a portion of the requested excess as LCU’s total CARE’s grant funding allows.


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The Duster Today

Dealing With a Detour: Life in Quarantine

On Friday, Sept. 3, I woke up early in the morning and attended volleyball practice, looking forward to the weekend. As practice ended, I went home and that’s when it happened: I received a text message notifying me I had recently been around someone who tested positive for Covid-19. I had to go into quarantine. [...]

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The Reading, the Movie, and the Writing Carnival

Lubbock Christian University hosted its 11th Annual Writing Carnival on Tuesday, Sept. 15, after chapel. This year’s literature theme was C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. The reading began Sept. 14 after chapel, and the movie adaptation was presented later that evening at the Mcdonald Moody Auditorium. The Writing [...]

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‘Delight’ is Hosted as New Bible Study Organization

Delight is a new campus organization for college girls to study the Bible. It meets at 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday night in LCU’s Cardwell Welcome Center. Delight Ministries hosts these gatherings on 167 college campuses nationwide. Its mission statement is “to invite college women into Christ-centered community that fosters vulnerability and transforms stories.” Interviews with [...]

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