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KACU Pledge Drive finishes short

Last week’s pledge drive at KACU finished around $5,000 dollars short of their goal. The radio station, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, originally planned to raise $38,000 for the fall semester. Nathan Gibbs, assistant professor in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications and general manager at KACU, said the lower numbers were to […]

Students organize walk for suicide prevention

Ellipses Initiative, a new mental health awareness group on campus, is sponsoring a community walk to raise awareness for suicide prevention at ACU’s Beauchamp Amphitheater Saturday at 9 a.m. Kalie Dame, freshman animal science/pre-vet major from Olney, said it was very important to her to get this walk on campus. “My family started a community walk […]

Weekend Campaigns visit Medina Children’s Home

Weekend Campaigns served in a local children’s home in Medina, a small town just north of San Antonio. Weekend Campaign leaders Jared Agee, junior vocal music education and piano performance major from Cedar Hill, and Bree Foster, junior psychology major from Red Oak, take students to various locations around Texas to help people who in need. […]

Student-led fundraiser formed for international school

A student-led fundraiser has been created to benefit students at Livingstone International University in Mbale, Uganda. U2U was launched in August by Livingstone University Partners, located in North Richland Hills. Its goals include expanding the Uganda campus as well as allowing more technological access for their students. Maci Smith, senior psychology major from Keller, is the student […]

SRWC to Rent Out New Equipment

The Student Recreation and Wellness Center now rents out equipment for hammocking, camping and paddleboarding. Douglas Sierra, senior information business major from Tegucigalpa, Honduras, is in charge of renting equipment and said the it is top-of-the-line and people should be excited for this opportunity. “We have ENO double-net hammocks with Atlas Suspension System straps, which means the hammock […]

New podcast making students ‘Seriously Silly’

A new podcast, called Seriously Silly, has made its way onto campus, courtesy of two members of the Students’ Association. Isaak Ramirez, sophomore computer science major from El Paso, and Matthew Connel, sophomore advertising and public relations major from Atlanta, started this podcast so people could get advice about things on campus. The podcast talks […]

Sing Song and construction present annual parking issue

Sing Song is a time-honored tradition in ACU’s history. The show has been around since 1956 and brings in hundreds, if not thousands, of prospective students, distinguished alumni and family members. The yearly influx of campus guests creates issues with parking on campus, though. The combination of an influx of students, construction and a low […]

Library group names Lucado “Friend of the Year”

Max Lucado will visit April 25 to accept the “Friend of the Year” award from the Friends of ACU Library and to help inaugurate the Max Lucado Collection at the Brown Library. John Weaver, dean of library services and educational technology, said Lucado was an obvious honoree. “I’m hoping that current ACU students and the Abilene community […]

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