The Maker Lab has captured the attention of many students in its first semester being open.
The Maker Lab houses a vinyl cutter, a 3D printer, a 3D scanner and other equipment that enables students and faculty to create with and learn from each other.
“The Maker Lab is quite remarkable,” William Kirklen, sophomore English major from Abilene, [...]
A little taste of Hogwarts will return on a broomstick as four Cornerstone classes face off in ACU’s second Quidditch Tournament on Monday.
DumbleMoore’s Army will face off against VoldeMorris on Dead Day, led by Dr. Steven Moore and Dr. Jason Morris.
“What a way to truly celebrate Dead Day,” said Moore, assistant professor of language and [...]
He’ll never win MVP or even play a single minute. But being a good sport, he’ll still suit up for every game. Even with no sweat to show for, Willie the Wildcat is a real athlete.
“Anyone who has ever been a mascot can agree, you’re essentially in a giant parka for various reasons from August [...]
Most of the renovations to Cullen Auditorium have been completed and measures are being taken to ensure the auditorium does not flood again. The renovations began after Cullen was flooded in mid-June.
Scot Colley, executive director of Risk Management and Construction, said the only part of the renovation that remains to be completed is the installation [...]
The women’s volleyball team will be finally finishing their season this weekend in Arizona. They will be playing the Grand Canyon Antelopes today after they had a week and a half break. Coach Mock believes the break helped refresh the Wildcats and give them time to come up with a game plan. “We really fine [...]
For the tree-huggers and enviromentally-minded, recycling on campus can be quite the challenge.
Krista Cukrowski, junior digital entertainment technology major from Abilene, is the president of the new student organization, Wildcats for Sustainability, which is trying to combat this issue.
“There is no standardization and, half the time, people have no idea what all can be recycled,” [...]
The ACU football team travelled to Prairie View A&M looking for their eighth straight winning season and secured a 65-45 victory.
“We liked our matchups offensively versus their defense,” head coach Ken Collums said. “Offensively, they moved so fast. They might have been the fastest offense we have ever faced, just as far as their operating [...]
Students may not be aware, but ACU is the home of a national champion.
Kyler Faulkner, freshman engineering major from Abilene, is the three-time wheelchair national champion sporting clays shooter.
Sporting clays shooting, a variation of clay pigeon shooting, takes place on a course of 10 to 15 stations. Clays of different sizes, speeds and trajectories are [...]
The ACU football team travelled to San Antonio to take on Incarnate Word for the second time in a month, but a last-minute touchdown wiped off the board and the ‘Cats lost 34-31.
With less than a minute left in the game, quarterback John David Baker connected with wide receiver Taylor Gabriel for a touchdown. The [...]
The waterball intramural season began Thursday as nine men’s and five women’s teams dove into the pool for their opening games, but not without a twist.
The intramural directors put a new rule into effect that has impacted the way players are able to come in and out of games.
“From now on, during a substitution, before [...]
The Ko Jo Kai and Gamma Sigma Phi social clubs won best Homecoming float. The winners were announced after the third quarter of Saturday’s football game.
Homecoming Parade is an age-old tradition at ACU. Many different student and social clubs participate by creating a float for the parade. For many of the social clubs, the current [...]
Alexander Brown, senior accounting major from Garland, was crowned second King of Campus Court during Friday’s Chapel.
“I feel honored,” Brown said. “I couldn’t have gotten here without my friends and people I know supporting me.”
Brown said the experience was surreal and came as a surprise to him.
“For some reason, I couldn’t hear the person on [...]