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Students performing at last years' Ethnos "Our Heritage" Culture Show.

ACU’s 31st Ethnos featuring record number of acts

Abilene Christian University’s Ethnos performance is back for its 31st year of production at 7 p.m. on Nov. 3-4 at Boone Family Theatre with a show theme of Echoes. In 1992, three years after the inception of the International Students’ Association, the Culture Show was created to showcase different cultural groups at Abilene Christian University. … Continued
The second-ever Moody Madness is slated for 6 p.m. on Oct. 24 at Moody Coliseum.

Moody Madness event to celebrate start of ACU basketball season

Abilene Christian University’s men’s and women’s basketball programs will host the second annual Moody Madness, a pre-season basketball event fueled by DK Alon and featuring Steve Max, the Master of Simon Sez, at 7:15 p.m. on Oct. 24 at Moody Coliseum. The event is free and open to the public. Prior to the event, a … Continued

Dr. Rusty Towell, director of NEXT Lab; Dr. Phil Schubert, ACU president; Christopher Hanson, NRC chair; and Douglass Robison, CEO and founder of Natura Resources in the lobby of the Dillard Science and Engineering Research Center.

Top U.S. nuclear official visits ACU’s NEXT Lab

The Honorable Christopher Hanson, chair of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), visited Abilene Christian University’s Nuclear Energy eXperimental Testing Laboratory (NEXT Lab) Oct. 12 to meet with senior leaders from ACU and Natura Resources. “Hanson shared his priorities for the NRC, which included advanced reactors, supporting academic institutions and improved safety,” said Dr. Rusty … Continued

With fullback Hubert Pickett (42) blocking ahead of him, Wilbert Montgomery (28) runs following a handoff from quarterback Clint Longley (19).

Football champs from 1973 reunite for 50th anniversary

Dub Stocker (’74) says the five decades “have flown by” since he and his teammates won Abilene Christian University’s first national championship in football. The players, who were mentored by a beloved staff of coaches,  are making sure their mentors – and collective efforts on the field – are not easily forgotten. The 1973 team … Continued

Students at last weeks' events of Missions Week.

ACU Halbert Center hosts annual Missions Week

The Halbert Center for Missions and Global Service highlighted ways for students to serve others and share the gospel both locally and around the world during Missions Week last week at Abilene Christian University. The week’s events included Philanthropy Game Night, a non-profit fair, a prayer night and a launch party for Worldwide Witness applications. … Continued

Grover C. Morlan founded the Department of Education and Psychology in 1922. The Morlan Medal Award is given in his honor each year from the Department of Teacher Education.

Spink to be latest recipient of the ACU Morlan Medal award

The School of Education at Abilene Christian University will honor Stacy Spink (’18) with the Morlan Medal award at 5:30 on Oct. 12 in the Packer Forum, located on the second floor of ACU’s Brown Library. Each year the School of Education awards a graduate with the Morlan Medal to honor significant contributions to the … Continued

Last years' Gutenberg recipients at the 30th annual Gutenberg Celebration.

31st annual Gutenberg celebration set for homecoming weekend

The 31st annual Gutenberg celebration for the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 12 at the Hunter Welcome Center on the campus of Abilene Christian University to honor outstanding alumni of the department. This year’s recipients are: Preston Watkins (’12), Sales Director at WebMD in New York … Continued

Great Colleges to Work For 2023

ACU again named among ‘Great Colleges to Work For’

Abilene Christian University is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to the latest survey by the Great Colleges to Work For program. This marks the 14th time ACU has been recognized in the last 15 years and the fourth consecutive year for ACU to receive the Honor Roll designation.  … Continued

Jennifer Schroeder, Summit director, speaking at the Spring 2023 Anchor Point session.

Summit to focus on ‘Holy Discomfort’

Registration is underway for the 117th year of Abilene Christian University’s Summit, Oct. 11-13, with the theme of “Holy Discomfort: Our Journey Toward God.” Summit, sponsored by the Siburt Institute for Church Ministry, offers Christian leaders the opportunity to gather with others serving in similar roles. Attendees share practices and discuss ministry challenges to learn … Continued

Dillard Science and Engineering Research Center

ACU celebrates grand opening of science, research facility

The Gayle and Max Dillard Science and Engineering Research Center (SERC) – home of Abilene Christian University’s Nuclear Energy eXperimental Testing Laboratory and the future home of one of the first advanced reactors in the United States – opened on Friday with more than 300 people on hand to celebrate the occasion and tour the … Continued