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Video: KACU listeners show support with pledges

KACU is a non-profit and NPR station funded by listener-support. They are having their Spring Pledge Drive throughout this week in an effort to receive donations. Video/editing by Kynzie Newman

Video: Construction begins on Halbert-Walling building project

Video/editing by Kynzie Newman

Video: KACU asks listeners to ‘reset the preset’

KACU-FM has changed its frequency to 89.5 and will begin relocating its tower to reach a larger audience. The station is located on the campus of Abilene Christian University and is an NPR affiliate. video/editing by Kynzie Newman

Video: Art professor sculpts characters to life

Art professor Geoffrey Broderick  has been sculpting bronze children’s book characters for the Abilene Children’s Art and Literacy Festival. Video by Kynzie Newman

Video: Hosts countdown to Sing Song

Inside the minds of the 2015 Sing Song Hosts and Hostesses Cheryl Bell, Enrique Barerra, Abbie Baird, Joel Edwards, Meggie Lewellyn, and Ryce Garren as they describe the process from learning the music to the dance steps. Video by Kynzie Newman

SAND hosts first Jingle Bell Jog 5K

The Student Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics will conduct its first Jingle Bell Jog at 9 a.m. Dec. 6 on the Lunsford Trail. SAND promotes professions in nutrition and serves students and the wider public by providing valid nutrition information and services. The group has a fall fundraiser each year, and this year it is […]

Shinnery Review converting to online publication

The Shinnery Review is taking small steps to transition its way to a completely online publication. The Shinnery Review is ACU’s literary magazine, annually publishing student poetry, photography, short stories and artwork. It also facilitates workshops and poetry readings and brings distinguished literary figures to campus. Maggie Marshall, senior English major from Tulsa, Oklahoma, is […]

New group wants to raise environmental awareness

An environmental group on campus will put on an event to promote energy conservation during the holiday season. The Thanksgiving Holiday Shutdown, put on by ACU Green, encourages students to shut down and unplug all appliances before leaving for the holidays because that is where the most money can be saved. ACU Green is a […]

Third annual barn dance transcends Ag closure plans

The Department of Agriculture and Environmental Science will kick off its third annual Barn Dance fundraiser at 7 p.m. Friday at the ACU Rhoden Farm. Alpha Epsilon Sigma has partnered with Delta Tau Alpha to make plan the dance. Alpha Epsilon Sigma is composed of students who either have an interest in agriculture or environmental […]

ISA to prepare for annual Ethnos show

The International Students Association (ISA) will present its annual Ethnos Culture Show Nov. 7-8 in Cullen Auditorium. The theme for this year’s show is “Stories Untold.” The idea behind the theme is that every person has a story that deserves to be heard. The entirely student-run production unites cultures worldwide through performances and a festive […]

Cedar Creek Waterway pushes for bond

The Cedar Creek Waterway project is asking for $1.4 million to be put on the City Bond Election in the spring. If passed, the City Bond Election will allow citizens of Abilene to show their support for building the Cedar Creek Waterway. As of Oct. 15, City Hall said supporters of the Cedar Creek Waterway […]

Galaxy to have benefit dinner for KGR

Galaxy will have their first benefit dinner on Friday to raise money for the Kirk Goodwin Run in the spring. In 1984, Galaxy pledge Kirk Goodwin was killed in a car accident while driving home for the weekend. Galaxy men knew they couldn’t take away the pain from the tragedy, so they came together to […]

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