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Dr. Shaun Casey ('79) will be speaking about his new book about religion and politics at 7 p.m. on Feb. 16 in the Packer Forum of the Brown Library.

Casey to share insight about religion, politics

Abilene Christian University will host Dr. Shaun Casey (‘79) for a discussion of his new book, Chasing the Devil at Foggy Bottom: The Future of Religion in American Diplomacy, at 7 p.m. on Feb. 16 in the Packer Forum of the Brown Library. The event is free and open to the public. Casey’s career has … Continued

Christianity Today editor to speak at ACU webinar

Abilene Christian University’s Baptist Studies Center and Siburt Institute for Church Ministry are jointly hosting a webinar on Feb. 13 featuring Dr. Russell Moore, the new editor in chief of Christianity Today and one of the leading public voices regarding culture and Christian ethics over the past few decades.  The event will take place through … Continued

Department of Communication and Sociology students at the White House.

ACU students attend ‘Inside Washington’ seminar in D.C.

Fifteen students in the Department of Communication and Sociology at Abilene Christian University spent a portion of their Christmas break in Washington, D.C., for a week of learning more about the current political landscape of the United States.  The ACU students were part of about 300 students from across the country who attended the Inside … Continued

Music education student embraces roles as drum major and marine

Passion for music and hard work drives Matthew Darby, junior music education major from Lubbock, to excel in and balance his roles as a drum major for the Abilene Christian University Big Purple marching band and a lance corporal for the U.S. Marine Reserves on a daily basis.  Darby’s days are spent juggling rigorous music … Continued

Teacher education major directs students in P.E. lesson.

ACU students bring fun and fitness to Big Country children

In school, success is typically measured by grades, but during the noon hour every Wednesday, success is measured in giggles, yells and the overall excitement of a group of elementary students.   From 12:10-12:40 p.m. every Wednesday, 40 home-schooled children ages 6 to 12 file into the Royce and Pam Money Recreation Center at Abilene Christian … Continued

ACU Nursing Students discussing something on a laptop

ACU launches bold five-year strategic plan

This fall Abilene Christian University launched a new strategic plan detailing bold goals and vision for the next five years, including a possible medical school, increased research investments, a $1 billion endowment, and continued growth in enrollment and diversity of students and faculty/staff. “As ACU emerges as a National University, we are in a strong … Continued

Woman dancing at Ethnos production

Ethnos receives grant for 30th year of production

“Our Heritage” is the theme for the 30th annual Ethnos production at 7 p.m. on Nov. 4-5 at the newly renovated Boone Family Theatre, and the show is benefiting from a $1,500 Hearts for the Arts grant from the Abilene Cultural Affairs Council for the first time this year. Tickets are still available for the … Continued