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Students prepare for Chinese New Year celebrations

The Chinese Student Scholars Association will ring in the New Year with bright red decorations as preparations commence for the Chinese New Year festival at 6 p.m. Feb. 8 in the Hunter Welcome Center. The Chinese New Year occurs on the second new moon of the winter solstice and celebrates the end of winter and […]

Bean Not Famous Among Current Students

Students have the right to be served high-quality food. With the amount of money paid to attend this university, students deserve quality food including its preparation, presentation and service as each one passes the through the lines. However, that does not seem to be the case. ACU students are fed food that is un-proportional, un-complimentary […]

OMA recruits students for paid internship opportunity

The Office of Multicultural Affairs is looking for applicants for an internship opportunity in Fall 2016. The Students Culture Affairs Council will be a paid internship for any students looking for an encounter with different cultures across campus. Prentice Ashford, director of OMA, said the paid internship will be a program where students will engage […]

Community joins hands in remembrance of King

Students and faculty joined hands with citizens of the community to take part in the Martin Luther King Jr. March Monday in downtown Abilene. In 1963, King led more than 200,000 Americans across Washington Boulevard in Washington D.C. as part of a political rally for freedom and equality. The march ended with King’s famous I Have […]

Students create a race for Endangered Species

Four students have collaborated to create the Dash for Endangered on Nov. 7 as part of their end-of-the-year class project. With a passion for endangered animals and their grade on the line, the students were responsible for starting a group project for their environmental and technological science course that can be locally organized and change […]

ACS students beautify their campus

Students and the ACU community united with the Texas Trees Foundation to plant trees on the Abilene Christian Schools campus. On Oct. 9, the Texas Tree’s Foundation and KERA, a non-profit public broadcasting channel, planted 10 trees on the Abilene Christian Schools campus in celebration of KERA’s “Go Green” movement and in partnership with the […]

SA supports baking for a cause

The Students’ Association passed a bill to fund a bake sale in observation of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Kendall Wermine, freshmen biochemistry major from Frisco, proposed to SA to fund a bake sale where volunteers would bake homemade desserts to sell during October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Influenced by a friend’s captivating breast cancer […]

Music faculty recital inspires students

Several students and members of the community came out to enjoy a night full of classical music derived from different time periods at the faculty recital Oct. 3. The recital featured many of the faculty from the Department of Music. It began with a trio performance by Karla Ordonez (flute), Susie Rockett (oboe) and Cheryl […]

DET Club partners with kids

Local middle school students joined consoles with Digital Entertainment Technology club members, where they were able to start designing their own games as part of a step-by-step game design tutorial. The DET club recently partnered with Madison Middle School students as part of a tutorial guidance about game design concepts and skills. Madison Middle School […]

Freshman Follies to hit the big screen

Freshman halls are adding the finishing touches for their Freshman Follies performances as part of Family Weekend. As one of the biggest freshman classes begin to build their sets, design their costumes and rally their peers, it is clear that Freshman Follies is ready to hit the stage as “Silver Screen Showcase,” a theme based […]