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ACU Summer Academy online application opens on Monday

Online application for ACU Summer Academy, camps introducing high school students to ACU, opens on Monday, Dec. 12. Two camps will take place on the ACU campus this summer. The first one lasts for two weeks, from June 10 to 23, and the second session is a one-week camp starting June 24. Incoming high school […]

SA passes new chalk policy

The Student Association brought color back to campus when it announced the new chalk policy at the Chalk It Up event on Nov.18. About two years ago, students were allowed to chalk on campus, but then the advertisement policy changed – chalking on campus was banned in order to make the environment more professional. Since […]

Manhattan Piano Trio to perform on campus

The Manhattan Piano Trio will bring a taste of classical music to Abilene when they perform on campus Monday. The MPT is a professional music band with three members: Wayne Lee, the violinist, Dmitry Kouzov, the group’s cellist,  and Milana Strezeva, the pianist. The group has been recognized for its electrifying performances in international competitions. […]

ACU brings Latino dance to campus

Students will have the chance to learn Latin dance moves, burn some calories and support the Student Dietetic Association on Saturday at ACU’s first Zumbathon. Students can pay $10 for early registration or $15 at the door to participate in the dance-off that will place at the Royce and Pam Money Student Recreation and Wellness Center […]

Medical clinic offers flu shots

The Medical and Counseling Care Center is offering flu shots to students, faculty and staff. ACU has been offering flu shots to students, faculty, staff and their dependents for eight years. The Care Center has relocated to the southwest corner of the Royce and Pam Money Recreation and Wellness Center. All people six months of […]

Career Center offers Discovery guidance

The Career Center has offered three Discovery courses to help students find future careers that fit their individual talents and personalities. The five-week Discovery course has taken place every semester on ACU campus for four years. This semester, two sessions are drawing to the end while the newest one started last week. Cynthia Cooke, career […]

Chapel guest offers insight on relationships

ACU invited a special speaker, Michael Johnson, to speak in chapel on Monday evening, giving tips of wisdom about relationships to college students. Michael Johnson is the co-founder of the organization, the Future Marriage University. Johnson has published the three-part series book: TOP10 Marriage Tips For Smart Singles and Forgiveness 101. Steve Rowlands, the Counseling […]

Local businesses prepare for Homecoming crowd

Homecoming weekend brings excitement to ACU campus as well as a economic boom for local business. Alumni, perspective students, former ACU students and families flood into Abilene to share the joy of the homecoming weekend. Many events will make the special weekend memorable, like the Social club breakfasts, the Homecoming Parade, Academic reunion receptions and […]

ACU offers class on relationships

The Department of Sociology is offering students the chance to improve their relationships under the guidance of Pam Money through the one-hour class Relationships 101 every Wednesday. Money, the wife of Dr. Royce Money, chancellor of the university, has masters degrees in Education and Marriage and Family Therapy. This is the first semester the course […]

Beltway service relocates to Paramount

Beltway Park Baptist Church college service has moved to the downtown Paramount Theater to be closer to students on Wednesday nights. Around 250 people attend the Beltway Church college service every Wednesday evening. Around two-thirds are ACU students. Worship at the Paramount Theater started this Wednesday. “Distance was our biggest problem,” said Jeremy West, the […]

ACU students teach English in China

A group of education students gained an unique experience this summer in China, taking Western teaching methods to another culture to make learning more intriguing. As part of their academic career plan, nine education students traveled to China for five weeks in July to teach at the International Academy of Beijing, the only accredited Christian […]

The West Texas Fair and Rodeo brings old tradition

The 112th annual West Texas Fair and Rodeo has begun this week, and college students can get in free Friday to take part in the traditional slice of West Texas culture. The fair and rodeo always begins the Thursday after Labor Day at the Taylor County Expo Center near Shotwell Stadium and is a major […]

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