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Last Chap Standing

This year, ENACTUS will be hosting LAST CHAP STANDING. Similar to last year’s Hunger Games, campus wide participation may or may not consist of: running, hiding, and low-key stalking. Signups start Thursday, October 27th. Contact Sam Martinez at 830.387.9962 for more info or come visit our table during sign up week.

Next Pre-Health Professionals Club Meeting

Hello my fellow healthcare oriented individuals! The Pre-Health Professionals Club will be having our next meeting on Nov. 1st at 9pm in the NSC Rm. 103! Hope you have a great rest of the month and safe Halloween.


If you didn't get a chance to sign up to participate in Rush, come by the Student Affairs office to sign up. Rush starts next Friday Oct. 28.

SAA Paint-Along

Calling all animated artisans, comedic costumers, and misunderstood monsters! The Student Art Association (SAA) is holding a Paint-Along on October 29th, which happens to be Bob Ross's birthday! Activities begin at 6 PM in the Art Studio, including a costume contest and face painting. RSVP for your spooky supplies at!


Find yourself a date and enjoy a week full of fun! TWIRP Week will be October 24-28. Monday- Minute-It-To-Win-It game night in the sub from 8-9 p.m Tuesday- Bring a date to the Aaron Watson Concert from 7:30-9:30 p.m Wednesday- Devo, Marcus Arrington will be speaking at 9 p.m in sub, cookies and milk will be provided Thursday-Bowling at South Plains Lanes from 10-12 p.m, enjoy t-shirts and 2 hours of bowling for only 2$ Friday- Neon night in the rec from 9-11 p.m If you have any question please contact Anahica Duran at

Graduate Dinner

Graduating in December? Then you are invited to the Graduate Dinner on November 12 at 6:30 pm. The event is free for graduates, and $20 for guests. Please RSVP by November 7 to

Exciting class for Spring 2017 traveling to Europe

ENG 3322 American Literature since 1890 will be traveling during Spring Break 2017 to Paris, Madrid, and Barcelona. Please contact Dr. Ronna Privett for information about the class.

Humanities Class Spring Break Travel

Students who would be interested in taking a Humanities class that includes Spring Break travel to Paris and Spain may enroll in HUM 2300, a class that explores art, music, history, literature, and culture of the Western World from the Renaissance to the present. Contact Dr. Ronna Privett to see if you can enroll for Spring 2017.

LCU Softball Rag Ball Tournament

Whats Rag Ball You Ask? Its basically slow pitch softball but with a softer ball! When is it? Saturday November 19th How many people on a team? 10-12 (Boys and Girls of all ages) $50 per team or $8 per person Flying Solo? Sign up and you will be put on a team! What do I get if my team wins? Free shirts and bragging rights What do I get if I sign up? Entered in to a raffle for a Bose Mini Stereo, Nike Gift card, or Gift Basket! Sign up by emailing Katlyn Holmes at

Master Follies 2017 Hosts and Hostesses

Congratulations to Jordan Sanders, Abby White, Lexi Willis, Alyssa Willis, Joshua Dansby, Cameron Insilan, Michael Peschell, and Colton Wheeler on being selected as hosts and hostess for Master Follies 2017!


Rush starts this Friday afternoon! Everyone needs to come by the McDonald Moody Box Office to find out your Rush group between 12:00-2:00 on Friday and pick up your first round invitations from 10:00-12:00 on Saturday morning! Contact Josh Stephens or Abby White for questions. See you there!

Shadowed Children: K.D. Nixon's Senior Exhibit

Statistics show that one in every ten children will be sexually abused before the age of eighteen. Unfortunately, such incidents are often shadowed away or ignored...If the following statements peaked your interest then head on over to the LCU Art Studio and check out K.D. Nixon's Senior Exhibit: Shadowed Children to find out more. The exhibit features various print works and runs from October 17th until November 4th.

Shadowed Children: Closing Reception

Do you enjoy FREE food & beverages, good conversations, and Art? If so attend the closing reception of K.D. Nixon's senior Exhibit: Shadowed children. Don't miss your last chance to check out this exhibit addressing child sexual abuse! The reception is November 4th from 5-7. Enjoy everything listed above then head downtown for Luboock's First Friday Art Trail.

Puppy Kissing Booth and Raffle

This Friday, October 28th, the Animal Science/ Pre- Vet club will be hosting a Puppy Kissing booth from 8:30 am-4 pm! Come bring: Purina cat food tissues bleach liquid laundry detergent Rubbing alcohol paper towels OR at least $1 to play with a puppy and enter a raffle to win a cake or pie from Alyssa's Baked Goods. All proceeds go to South Plains Wildlife Rehab facility.


You are cordially invited to Brooke Tapp's Piano, Violin, & Cello, Trio Recital on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 30th, at 3:30 p.m. in Johnson Recital Hall here in the music building. Concert is free and open to all who'd like to attend.


Last Day to Drop with a W

October 27

Betenbough Homes Lectures on Youth and Family Minstry

Ministry Internship Fair

November 03 @12:30 pm
Ministry Internship Fair

Volleyball Alumni Weekend

November 04
Alumni Volleyball Weekend

The Duster Today

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children: A Review

peregrineFirst and foremost, let me just say that it is rather refreshing to have seen a Tim Burton film that didn’t have Johnny Depp in it. Taking nothing away from his acting ability, Burton just needed to learn that there were other actors out there. Anyway, when I heard that there was going to be

Friday Night Art Trail

ffa-1The first Friday of every month, downtown Lubbock hosts an Art Trail for all of the local artists to present their recent work for the public. There is a wide variety of different styles and types of art displayed. Even if art isn’t your favorite past time, it’s a great way to spend some time

In Further News: “Chap Madness” Takes Over Lubbock Christian University

DailyShow2In Further News is a satirical set of articles, claiming to be “Fake News Realer Than Anything Else You’ll Read.”  Anything Brandon Greer says can and will be used against him in a court of law.  LOCAL – Can advertising go too far?  This is the question on everyone’s mind as random re-branding ravages Lubbock

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Chaps Picked Second In Heartland Conference Preseason Poll

WACO, Texas (October 26, 2016) - UA Fort Smith was picked to win their first Heartland title in three years in a preseason vote by league coaches and sports information directors the conference announced on Wednesday. Oklahoma Christian senior John Moon was the lone unanimous selection to the Preseason All-Heartland Team headlining a group of four seniors and a junior. Lubbock Christian University was ranked second in the poll despite not receiving a first-place vote.

Ammons and Lady Chaps Claim First LCU Women's Golf Wins Since 2013 Season


Make-A-Wish Trunk-or-Treat Ready For Tuesday

LUBBOCK, Texas (October 24, 2016) – The Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) at Lubbock Christian University is presenting a Make-A-Wish Trunk-or-Treat and Fall Festival at the Rip Griffin Center parking lot (Chicago and 26th St.) Tuesday (Oct. 25), from 5-7 p.m.

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