Fall into a fitness routine this ‘Walktober’

October is ‘Walktober,’ and Louisiana Christian University invites the community to participate in a fitness challenge this fall. ‘Walktober’ is a physical activity challenge from Oct. 1-31. Participants track and record their steps or minutes of physical activity every day. The Parrish Fuller Fitness Trail on campus is a 0.4-mile track open to the public.…

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Wildcat Debate Team has good showing in first tournament of fall

Louisiana Christian University Wildcat Debate Team made it to the final round of the novice division in the 2023 Mendoza Debate Tournament at Lee College in Baytown, Texas over the weekend. Zavier Whiting, a senior criminal justice major from East Orange, New Jersey, came in second place, losing in a split 2-1 decision in the…

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LCU Fall Preview Day to be held Oct. 7

Louisiana Christian University will offer high school students an opportunity to experience what college life is like as a Wildcat at its annual Fall Preview Day on Saturday, Oct. 7. All high school students in public, private and home school are encouraged to preregister to attend the event on campus from 9 a.m. to 1…

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‘No tests, no testimony,’ Griffon tells LCU students at fall revival

Missions aren’t just across the seas. They are also across the street. The Rev. Derek Griffon, youth pastor at Bayou Church in Lafayette, urged Louisiana Christian University students to share Jesus everywhere they go. Griffon was the speaker for the LCU fall revival Tuesday through Thursday this week. “You talk about what you love,” he…

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LCU holds Constitution Day scavenger hunt

Louisiana Christian University held a campus-wide scavenger hunt Monday to celebrate Constitution Day. Clues were hidden around campus for participants to learn more about the importance of the historic document. In 2004, Congress established Constitution Day, Sept. 17, as a day for the nation to remember and celebrate the document that established the U.S. system…

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LCU awarded $148,500 to increase safety measures on campus

The Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) has awarded Louisiana Christian University a Non-Profit Security Program grant (NSGP) of $148,500.   “Louisiana Christian University remains laser-focused on campus safety with the addition of this latest GOHSEP grant,” said President Dr. Rick Brewer. “Initiatives advancing campus safety and the welfare of our faculty,…

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Louisiana Christian University to hold fall revival Sept. 19-21

Louisiana Christian University will hold its annual fall revival Sept. 19-21 at 11 a.m. in Guinn Auditorium. This year’s speaker will be Derek Griffon, youth pastor at Bayou Church in Lafayette. Griffon is a gifted communicator who speaks at camps around Louisiana. Elevate will lead worship on Tuesday. The Chapel Choir will lead worship on…

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LC alum addresses religious freedom at C3 event

Brittany Jones, the director of Policy & Engagement for Kansas Family Voice, spoke on exercising religious freedoms in an increasingly secular culture to the attendees at the first Christ-Church-Culture (C3) event of the fall semester at Louisiana Christian University on Tuesday evening. “Religious freedom and the freedom of conscience are foundational to protecting all other…

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TLC opens 23-24 season with ‘The Mousetrap’ by Agatha Christie

By Victoria R. Watson, Wildcats Media Theatre Louisiana Christian (TLC) opened its first show of the 2023-24 season on Sept. 7 with “The Mousetrap” by Agatha Christie. “The Mousetrap is an exciting whodunit dramatic mystery filled with comedic twists and turns that will keep everyone on the edge of their seat,” said LCU senior theatre…

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LCU welcomes new K9 officer to campus

Louisiana Christian University has welcomed a new security officer this fall, who loves sniffing around campus and getting a lot of attention from nearly everyone he encounters. K9 Officer Willy, a Belgian Malinois, from Hungary, joined the staff in May and has been getting accustomed to campus. Now that students have returned, Willy is getting…

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