Student Alumni Association used student input in the celebration of National Philanthropy Day.
On Feb. 27 the Student Alumni Association partnered with Case ASAP and set up three stations located in the Brown Library, Moody Coliseum and the Campus Center, involving students by asking them to write down on purple Post-it Notes specific reasons why they [...]
Students are sitting on the edge of their seats, nervously watching the clock. They wait anxiously for their teacher to dismiss them from class so they can jump in their car and drive. They’ll drive far, far away and watch as the Tower of Light fades in their rearview mirror.
But some students won’t. No, some [...]
Jeffrey Wendling (’71) visited campus on Thursday to advocate the expansion of ACU’s criminal justice major.
Wendling was the first person to graduate ACU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. The programs has existed for more than 30 years, drawing in students and educating them to go on to various careers, in federal, [...]
This week only, from March 3-5, ACU’s music department will host its first ever Choral Artist-in-Residence, ACU alum Dianne Brumley.
Brumley is the director emeritus of choral studies at the University of Texas at Brownville. She brings with her the experience of a career of more than 40 years in the rehearsal room and on stage. [...]
The ACU women’s basketball team beat Southeastern Louisiana University 96-82 on Monday. The victory came in the final match-up of a three-game road trip where the Wildcats went 2-1. They now sit in eighth place in the Southland Conference with a 7-6 record.
Freshmen Alexis Mason and Lizzy Dimba led the scoring onslaught with 16 points a [...]
The ACU baseball team finished the weekend going 1-1 in the Bourland-Ardoin Classic with their third scheduled game against Kansas State being cancelled.
The Wildcats started the weekend being shutout by the Missouri State Bears 12-0. The Bears pitching staff only allowed 6 hits with their starter Cody Schumacher pitching seven of the shutout innings.
ACU’s bats [...]
Rescue the Animals, SPCA has teamed up with Abilene Animal Shelter to find homes for animals.
Abilene Animal Shelter is offering a $20 discount during the month of February, and potentially during March, to anyone who adopts an animal from the shelter along with a $20 voucher for a mail-in-rebate to spay or neuter the adopted [...]
The men’s basketball squad will take on McNeese in their final road game of the year on Saturday at 3 p.m. in Lake Charles, La.
The Wildcats have been on an offensive tear recently, averaging 104 points per game over their current three-game winning streak. Their biggest moment of the streak came during their past home [...]
The ACU baseball team will put their 5-1 record to the test this weekend against the defending Big XII champions.
The Wildcats announced Monday that they will welcome Kansas State to Crutcher Scott Field, Sunday at 3 p.m. as part of the Bourland-Ardoin Classic. ACU will also play Missouri State Friday night at 7 p.m. and [...]
U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) visited ACU’s campus last Thursday.
The senator was able to take a tour of the new Maker Lab and Learning studio, and talk with faculty and students to discover what enables ACU to send out so many employed graduates.
According to Forbes.com, the real unemployment rate is 14.7 percent as of January 2014. [...]
Theta Epsilon is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair this week in the Curriculum Materials Lab of the ACU Education Building to fundraise for their literacy event next spring.
The event started Monday and remains open through Friday.
Jessica Bailey, junior elementary education major from Brownwood, took advantage of the event early, purchasing three books on the first [...]
The ACU baseball team completed the inaugural Al Scott Memorial Classic with two wins and a loss over the weekend, improving their overall record to 5-1.
The Wildcats started the classic by playing against the defending Southland champs, Central Arkansas, on Friday. ACU kept up with the Bears but stranded 12 runners on their way to [...]