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Freshmen experience bid night for first time in university’s history

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Ten freshmen made their decision to join the clubs of Zeta Rho, Frater Sodalis and Pi Kappa as the university allowed students with freshman hours to pledge for the first time in its history. “I’m pleased that there was at least that many freshmen. You know anytime it’s a new thing it can be kind […]

Students prepare for Chinese New Year celebrations

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The Chinese Student Scholars Association will ring in the New Year with bright red decorations as preparations commence for the Chinese New Year festival at 6 p.m. Feb. 8 in the Hunter Welcome Center. The Chinese New Year occurs on the second new moon of the winter solstice and celebrates the end of winter and […]

Honors College offers summer study abroad opportunity

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Students interested in justice and the service of others may have the opportunity to study abroad while enrolled in a summer program offered by the ACU Honors College. The program, called Justice Along the Meridian or JAM for short, will last a total of six weeks between May and June 2016. The six weeks will […]

Latin American program starts anew in Montevideo

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A semester in the making, Casa ACU officially closed its doors Dec. 31. Though the university’s contract with the church leasing the building ended, the program will continue. However, the long-term goal of a homestay program will most likely be put on hold for fall 2016. Instead, Stephen Shewmaker said students will be living in a […]

Video: JMC Network Newscast – February 5, 2016

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First, ASA and ISA prepare for their annual fashion show, then a look forward to Lecrae as the rapper heads to Campus on his Higher Learning Tour February 11. With a look at Sports, both Wildcat basketball teams remain undefeated in Moody Colliseum and head football Coach Ken Collums looks forward to the 2016 season […]

CEO, FilmFest top SA budget allocations

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The Student Congress approved a spring budget topping $175,000 without any amendments Wednesday. The budget will distribute $175,717 to student organizations, campus entertainment, cabinet expenses, class allocations and campus initiatives. The Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization received the most funding at $7,000. FilmFest received the second largest funding at $4,500. The Ad/PR Association and the International Justice Mission received […]

Engineering and Physics department working toward accreditation

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The Department of Engineering and Physics is seeking accreditation for its Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) program through the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc., Engineering Accreditation Commission. ABET accredits programs, not institutions or departments. Other ACU programs such as the social work, nutrition and chemistry programs all have their respective accreditation. According to the ABET website, “Accreditation provides assurance […]

Theatre’s winter comedy to premiere over weekend

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By Leah Korte ACU’s Department of Theatre will present Laughter on the 23rd Floor starting Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Fulks Theatre. Laughter on the 23rd Floor’s director, Adam Hester, said the production is centers on a group of writers similar to those in 30 Rock. “The comedy is about a group of writers and what […]

Head track coach back after health issues

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Posted on February 4, 2016 | Filed under News,Sports | No comment

Track and Field head coach Keith Barnier is back in the office after dealing with some severe health problems over Christmas break. Barnier was diagnosed with pulmonary embolism, a blockage in the lung’s main artery last month. He had two blood clots and had to undergo a new procedure in emergency surgery to save his life. The […]

Pre-med students face statewide residency issues

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With an increase in Texas medical schools and a static number of residency spots, students could face a greater possibility of having to go out of state to become doctors. Students pursuing a medical degree must attend medical school for four years, and after that, they must participate in a residency program for three to five […]

DET students participate in Global Game Jam

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Last weekend, 14 students from the School of Information Technology and Computing participated in the Global Game Jam, the world’s largest game creation event. Global Game Jam was founded in 2009 and is a 48-hour event in which participants build video games from organized locations all over the world. In January 2015, 28,800 registered participants across […]

ASA Fashion Show search for models continues

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Posted on February 3, 2016 | Filed under News | No comment

The African Student’s Association and the International Student’s Association will create a cultural experience for ACU students of all ethnicities and cultural backgrounds in an annual fashion show March 5. This will be the fourth fashion show by ASA and will be assisted by ISA. The fashion show will not only showcase African styles, but also […]