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Substitute hired as permanent jazz director

The Department of Music hired a new jazz director, Mike Rogers, to direct the jazz programs and instruct music theory courses permanently this year. Rogers, a graduate student from the University of North Texas, was previously hired as one of the many jazz substitutes since Derek Brown, former Jazz Director, left ACU to pursue a […]

Fifty students recognized as University Scholars

Fifty students were recognized as University Scholars for their academic excellence within their designated departments last Thursday. The students were honored based off their knowledge and skills within their department, overall academic excellence and previous undergraduate research. After careful selection and consideration, the students were honored at the University Scholars Chapel alongside their professors and […]

Ladies and gentleman, here comes Mrs. President

[YOUR PORTRAYAL OF HISTORY IS NOT ADEQUATE HERE. ACU JUST LOST A FEMALE VICE PRESIDENT. WE’VE HAD MULTIPLE FEMALE DEANS OF COLLEGES. WE’VE HAD FEMALE BIBLE PROFESSORS (ALMOST UNHEARD OF IN CHURCH OF CHRIST UNIVERSITIES). ACU HAS ALSO INVITED FEMALE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS TO SUMMIT. MY POINT IS NOT THAT THE SCHOOL DESERVES MORE CREDIT, BUT […]

SAAC to dedicate baseball game, honor Hudson Wade

The Student Athlete Advisory Committee will dedicate a baseball game April 2 to honor Hudson Wade and his family. Hudson Wade, the 11-year-old son of ACU alumni Kirk and Laura Wade, was diagnosed with leukemia and battled the disease for the last four months of his life. During Hudson’s treatment, he was given an Wildcat baseball jersey as well as […]

Art students place surprise pieces around campus

Several students placed different pieces and types of art around campus as part of a new art project. The art presents itself in new forms and requires some thought as well as creativity from the art students themselves. Unlike other projects, the students were required to create a piece that would cause the audience member […]

Awkwardness is the name and Formal is the game

As spring blooms its first petals, chirps its first song and shines its first warm rays on the golden brick paths, one agonizing hunt begins to settle upon campus. A dark, deep, foggy and, perhaps, terminal event lurks around the corners of April and May; Spring Formal. Women and men search like hunters for the […]

Please Use The Nearest Exit

From the moment you stepped foot on this campus, you were told over and over of the ACU Mission: to educate students for Christian service and leadership throughout the world. Through this, you have been told repeatedly of the various culture groups around campus and why you should join. That you should learn about another’s […]

Students study technology addiction

A group of students have begun to research and analyze the technological addictions students have and the effects it has on someone’s attention span. With technology changing every minute, millennials have acquired a taste for technological advancement by checking for the latest trends, ideas, news and social interactions through any electronic device. As part of […]

Lost in the Election

I WAS GOING TO CRITIQUE THIS, BUT IT DOESN’T SEEM TO BE FINISHED, RIGHT? Election season is one of the most complicated, divided and stressful times within our nation. Red, white and blue hang around our necks and stand on our yards in proclamation of new order and corresponding rulers. Voices leak through the TV […]

New strike policy implemented for Sing Song

Sing Song co-chairs will institute a new, revised three-strike policy during the 60th Sing Song festivities this weekend. After dealing with incidents involving alcoholic beverages, unnecessary shouting during acts and tampering with props, co-chairs placed stricter rules to avoid disasters. Co-chairs can give strikes to clubs for a number of reasons, including tampering with props, having […]

Black History Month events call all races forward

Black History Month rallies students together to celebrate the remembrance and progression of black Americans. Black History Month began in 1915 when alumni from the University of Chicago traveled to Washington, D.C., in celebration of Illinois emancipation. Thousands of African Americans travelled across the nation to congregate together and in February, 1926, Negro History Week […]

What Not To Wear

Lets face it; people judge you based off [ON] your outward appearance. There is no way around it. [IF YOUR FOCUS IS FEMALES, SAY SO FROM THE START] From the way you wear a dress to the type of jeans you buy that specify to your body type, society has created an anonymous [IS THIS […]