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Former Yankee player encourages students

Former New York Yankee legend Bobby Richardson visited campus last Tuesday as the the key speaker at a luncheon organized by ACU and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Richardson spoke about his success in baseball, unwavering love for God and his dream for young, faith-driven athletes. According to an article by Lance Fleming from ACU Sports, […]

Beautifying the entrance to Abilene

In 2007, the university petitioned to the Abilene City Council to change the name of Ambler Avenue to University Avenue. The stretch from Interstate 20 to Grape Street is a major pipeline for businesses and visitors to the city. The street passing two universities and other retailers and restaurants is an entryway to the city. […]

The fight against cyber-crimes: ACU increases awareness of potential cyber-attacks

Doug Mendenhall, instructor of journalism and mass communication, checks his email every night before shutting his laptop and going to bed, not expecting any form of danger to threaten the safety of his home. However, without his knowledge, a surge of data has begun to transmit from his ACU Banner account. Thousands of data bytes […]

Williams runs for city council position

Anthony Williams is running for his fifth term in office for Abilene City Council. Early voting starts April 28, and the election is on May 10. Williams, chief business services officer at ACU and Place 3 city council, has been working hard for the upcoming elections. He has begun door-to-door campaigning and meeting with the […]

Speakers selected for 2014 Summit

The Summit committee did not waste time in organizing Summit fall 2014, beginning preparations last summer. The coming Summit will feature famed speakers ranging from an episcopal priest, Gilbert T. Rowe professor from Duke University and a young documentary producer. Summit 2014 is themed “Earthed: Discovering Our Origin in God.” Earthed will focus on the […]

Poet Rebecca Balcarcel to visit campus

In honor of National Poetry Month, the Department of Language and Literature invited Rebecca Balcarcel to campus Wednesday. A nationally recognized poet, Balcarcel had open readings of her poetry and discussed her writing techniques. Rebecca Balcarcel is an associate professor of English at Tarrant County College, Fort Worth. She primarily teaches creative writing and is […]

ACU Drive to be abandoned

The university has not wasted time preparing for construction of an on-campus stadium. ACU petitioned the city of Abilene to re-zone property north of Ambler Avenue and abandon ACU Drive, which cuts through the land. The university owns the plot of land on both sides of ACU Drive across Ambler. Although renderings of the new […]

Campus wide voting moved to online site

Students’ Association and the Association for Computing Machinery collaborated to change the voting system on campus from ballots to an online site. Rather than heading to the Campus Center in person, students will soon be able to vote during elections through the internet. The ACU voting website is still in beta testing but will be […]

Undergrad researchers present at festival

The ACU Undergraduate Research Festival is in the process of organizing its sixth annual research conference. While faculty is preparing for the logistics and schedule of the event, students are working hard to present their research. The Undergraduate Research Festival will be in the Hunter Welcome Center on April 1. The event will begin as […]

OME celebrates international culture

The second Cultural Crossover returned to the Moody Coliseum concourse during Tuesday night’s basketball games. Guests were able to experience a slice of another country as they ate and learned about different cultures. The Office of Multicultural Enrichment organized the event at the south side of Moody track, facing campus. The Cultural Crossover began at […]

For the love of Sing Song

The 58th Sing Song will take full advantage of its Valentine’s Day opening with a theme of “What about Love?” and a show full of romance. Altogether, more than 1,000 students will participate in the annual event this weekend. Social clubs, both men and women and class acts will compete for the best three-and-a-half-minute medley. […]

Couple receives Young Alumni of the Year

This year’s Young Alumni of the Year award will be given to a husband and his wife. Two young alums will be honored for their dedication and sacrifice to a local neighborhood in Fort Worth. Dr. Randy Brown and Anda Brown are married and live in one of the worst places in Fort Worth. Randy […]

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