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Veterans of Faith

The Veterans of Faith student organization is expanding their membership to all LCU students. Any interested "Vet-Friendly" student can contact Nick Simmons at for more information.

University Writing Center

Writing a paper? Working on a presentation? Getting ready to put the polishing touches on a resume or grad school application? Come by the University Writing Center for advice on improving your work, taking the draft from its rough stage to "wow"! Walk in or call for an appointment at #720-7624.

Flu Season is here and so are flu shots!

It’s that time of year – flu season is here! And so are the flu shots! Who: LCU students What: flu shots Where: LCU Medical Clinic When: Monday through Thursday 8a-12p, 1p-5p and Friday 8a-12p Why: You don’t want to go there! Cost: $15 –pay by cash, check, or credit/debit card

Master Follies Hosts and Hostesses

Auditions for Master Follies Hosts and Hostesses will take place Friday afternoon, October 23. Sign up for an audition time in the Music Building. Audition form will be due Wed, Oct 14. E-mail for more information.


Ye who have "ears" let him hear! The second TWIRP event has come upon us! Ladies, grab yourself a "husky" man (Oh shucks!)and join us at the Atl'Do Farm corn maze on Tuesday, October 6, at 6:30 p.m. The first 100 people get in for free (you must have your student I.D.). Shirts may or may not be provided... It will be a*maize*ing, not to be corny or anything.

Share Your Story – “This Phase of Life” Blur: November 2016

What phase of life are you in right now? Do you think you are all by yourself in this unique phase? Do you ever wonder if others find themselves in the same place? Is this unique phase impacting your walk with God? Would other students benefit by hearing your story about where you are right now? The Blur for November is themed – “This Phase of Life,” and the Blur Committee would like to hear your take on where you are in life. If you are interested, please consider the following questions: Why am I in this unique phase at this time? What is my walk with God like right now? What are my worries and concerns? What do I fear the most for the future? What joys am I experiencing that give me hope? It is in sharing our stories that we understand that we are not alone. If you would like to share your story with other students in the upcoming student-led Blur, please consider auditioning for a speaking position. A few students will be selected to share their story in brief, five-minute segments of the November Blur. Please sign up in the Student Affairs office by October 12. Auditions will be held the week after Fall Break on October 19, in the CDC Auditorium. Sign-up slots are from 3-5:30 pm. Consider sharing your phase of life.

Delete Blood Cancer Drive- Wednesday, Oct. 7

We will be having Olympic gold medalist, Earl Young, speak in chapel on Wednesday about his battle with a blood disease. He is alive because of Delete Blood Cancer. Go by a table after chapel on Wednesday and swab your mouth to be added to the donor list to save a life!

Get Your SWAB On!

Get Your Swab On! Oct. 5, 2015 @11:00am Olympic gold medalist, Earl Young, will be speaking at Alpha Chi devo about his battle with blood cancer. There will be an opportunity to swab your mouth afterwards. SWAB=FREE TSHIRT and coke floats. Come get your SWAB on!

ISA Lantern Festival

The International Student Association invites you to join us on Tuesday October 6th at 8pm for FREE moon pies, fun and games at our Lantern Festival. Come celebrate togetherness with us as we fall into autumn. Event will be outside the SUB. Contact Kaileigh Turnquist for info

Kappa and Alpha Chi 80\'s Mixer

Come out to our 80's Mixer this Thursday, October 8 from 8-10 pm at the Skate Ranch. The Skate Ranch is located at 313 38th St.

Rush Sign Ups

If you are interested in joining a social club, the sign up table will be in the Sub from Tuesday-Thursday. You must sign up if you plan to go through Rush process! Rush will be on the weekends of October 30-November 1 and November 6-8. We hope to see you there! Come sign up!

LCU/UCONN T-Shirt Slogan Contest

Got a knack for slogans? The Lady Chaps take on the UCONN Huskies on Monday, November 2. Submit the winning slogan for the LCU/UCONN t-shirt and win a prize. Slogans must be submitted to the Student Affairs office by Thursday at 5:00 pm.

LCU\'s Annual Turkey Trot

Registration for LCU's Annual Turkey Trot has begun! Bring two cans of food to the Rec Center and receive a coupon code for discounted registration! All donated food items go to the South Plain's Food Bank! For more info, stop by the Rec Center! Register online at:

Documentary Film:

Make plans to attend the showing and discussion of this powerful documentary on campus. Documentary Film: “Long Night’s Journey Into Day” Thursday, October 8 CDC Theatre 6:30 pm-9:00pm

Looking for a job??

Want to make some money? Come be an intramural referee!Intramural basketball & futsal ref meeting will be TUESDAY, SEP. 6, at 7 p.m. & THURSDAY, SEP. 8, at 6 p.m. in room 101 of the rec center. This is a PAID position! Email Amy at if you have any questions!

Social Justice Initiative

Interested in helping those who are in need or those who are less fortunate or those who are being oppressed? Come join the Social Justice Initiative this Thursday night at 7:30 in Room 101 in the CDC. All student are invited! Contact David Lee or Brittany Hererra for more details.

Sub T-16 Mixer

Come outside JH Wednesday, Oct 7 at 9pm for the final Sub T mixer of the year. Be ready for sports and a cookout. Also, bring a potato... a raw potato

Tenth Avenue North Concert-Oct. 15th

Go see the Sidewalk Prophets and Tenth Avenue North on Oct. 15th at Calvary Baptist Church. Go to and enter the promo LCU to get tickets for only $19.50.


The Fullness of God’s Mission: #HereandThere #WordandDeed

Health Fair

October 08
Health Fair
Co-Sponsored by the University Honors Program and the School of Business

Chap Day

October 12

The Duster Today

Life Lessons Learned: The Importance of Goals

LLLI need to say before I start the second installment of my column that this is not a thought pertaining to a certain class, but it has been something I have been thinking about the last week, as you will find out . . . it applies to the life of a college student or,

HubCity Comic Con: The One About Supernatural

SupeDustThe Road So Far . . . My little sister, Kayla, and I went to Dallas Fan Days last semester; I wrote about it for the paper; Kayla and I went to HubCity Con this semester; I again wrote about it for the paper. Aside from Kayla and I being at both events, we also

The Wordsmyth: Hard

wordsmythI decided for some of my articles this year I wanted to take a word and talk about it in the context of our campus. After this week, this is about the only word I could come up with: Hard. Life is hard. There is no getting around it. No sugar coating it. No great

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Men's basketball predicted to finish third in the Heartland


Eighth place finish for Lady Chaps at WT Invite

AMARILLO, Texas (October 6, 2015) – The Lady Chaparrals of Lubbock Christian University women's golf carded a team score of 320 during the final round of the West Texas A&M Invitational Tuesday afternoon to conclude the tournament with an overall mark of 638 for an eighth place finish amongst 14 teams.

Lady Chaps Picked Atop Heartland Conference Preseason Poll

LUBBOCK, Texas (October 6, 2015) - The Lubbock Christian Lady Chaparrals have been chosen to win the 2015-16 Heartland Conference women's basketball championship, as the conference Preseason Poll was released. The poll was chosen by the conference's head coaches and sports information directors.

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