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Students take on SNAP challenge

Students on campus are raising awareness for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly the food stamp program. In doing this, the university has been invited to partake in a food stamp challenge. “The food stamp challenge is for one week where you only eat meals that add up to one dollar,” Rebecca Dial, junior […]

Reid’s life remembered in memorial ceremony

Families, students and members of the community flooded into the Broadway Church of Christ in Lubbock on Wednesday to celebrate the life of Anabel Reid. Reid died Friday while on the way to serve at Medina Children’s Home. An ACU owned bus carrying 16 passengers lost control, hitting a concrete culvert. The ceremony reflected the […]

Damaged shuttle bus removed from highway

The shuttle bus carrying 12 ACU students, three faculty members and one faculty member’s spouse involved in a accident on Highway 83, has been towed from the scene for investigation, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. The shuttle bus, which was destroyed in the accident, was a white 2009 Ford E450 Super Duty […]

Students respond to bus accident

Students were shocked when news broke on campus that students and faculty were involved in a bus accident this afternoon. A total of 16 ACU-affiliated passengers, including students, faculty and the spouse of a faculty member, were on their way to Medina Children’s Home for a service project when their 24-passenger bus rolled off the […]

Sadie Hawkins week concludes Friday with Space Jam

Friday will conclude Sadie Hawkins Week with the showing of the movie Space Jam at 8 p.m. outside of the Campus Center in the mall area. Sadie Hawkins week began on Monday with tickets redeemable for free food at Sharky’s Burrito Company. The giveaway, hosted by the Campus Activities Board, provided complimentary food and drinks […]

Beck conducts chapel based on recent book

Honors College students have the opportunity to attend a Chapel series featuring Dr. Richard Beck, chair and professor in the Department of Psychology. Beck is conducting an eight-week discussion based on the topics of his recently released book, Unclean: Meditations on Purity, Hospitality and Mortality. “The book is about kind of the failure of church,” […]

MANA brings malnutrition awareness to Chapel

Many students were confused Monday morning when they noticed the 1971 Winnebago parked in the middle of campus. Mark Moore, CEO of MANA Nutrition, explained the phenomenon in Chapel on Monday. For the last few years, the RV, deemed the Manabago, has been traveling the states, telling people that “feeding kids is groovy.” The Manabago, […]

JamFest to showcase student talent

With today marking the first day of Homecoming weekend, the Alumni office is continuing with their tradition of music on the lawn. Jam Fest, a popular attraction for music lovers, will be held tonight at 6 p.m. at Hunter Welcome Center’s east lawn. The concert is free of charge and will feature ten student bands […]

Campus activity board undergoing construction

The Campus Activities Board, headed by new director Mallorie Frank, is currently working through improvements. Frank took over position June 1. “We’re getting into the groove of what we are all working on and what we’re doing,” Frank said. “We’re playing it by ear.” So far this semester, the board has already shown the movie […]

‘Excessive campaigning’ nullifies nomination votes

Citing “excessive and aggressive campaigning,” the offices of Alumni Relations and Student Life have voided all Homecoming Court nominations made before Wednesday and extended the deadline until Friday. In an email Wednesday, the alumni office urged students not to campaign or block vote, two things commonly practiced by social clubs. Samantha Adkins, senior alumni relations […]

Freshman Follies to feature movie themes

The Freshman Follies acts will debut their first performance tonight as a part of Family Weekend. The event, which includes acts performed solely by freshmen, will be held in Cullen Auditorium. Performances will run tonight at 8 p.m. and again tomorrow at 1, 3:15 and 8 p.m. “Freshman Follies is a musical variety show put […]

Learning studio ready for academic year

The AT&T Learning Studio is open for its first full year of business. Located on the third floor of the library, the studio is open to all students in need of help with digital media projects and space for group collaboration. The studio also offers gear for students to checkout, such as cameras and microphones, […]

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