Louisiana Christian hosts National Science Olympiad state finals

Louisiana Christian University hosted the Louisiana Science Olympiad state finals on Saturday, April 13, with middle and high school students from 16 schools across the state competing for a chance to represent Louisiana at the national finals in May. More than 200 students competed in the event. This is the first time LCU has hosted…

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LCU holds 4th Annual C.S. Lewis Honors Forum

Louisiana Christian University honors students presented research at the 4th Annual C.S. Lewis Honors Forum on Friday afternoon. Four students presented at this year’s dinner forum. Laura Aime, a senior history major with an English minor, from Baton Rouge, presented “Religious Rhetoric of the American Revolution: Jeremiads, Ad Hominem Attacks, and the Holy War Ideology.”…

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LCU to hold musical revue of favorite Broadway tunes

If you can’t get enough of Broadway show tunes, Louisiana Christian University has an exciting evening for you. The Lyric Theatre Production class presents “To: Love, Wherever I May Find You” on Friday, April 19 at 7 p.m., and Saturday, April 20 at 2 p.m. in the Martin Performing Arts Center. The event is a…

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LCU student awarded Phi Alpha Theta’s Hanger Prize

Laura Aime, a senior history major, of Baton Rouge, has been awarded this year’s Kimberly S. Hanger Prize at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional History Conference. Aime, along with a student from Loyola University, each received the honor of having the best undergraduate history papers submitted to the conference, held on March 22 in New…

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LCU awarded Delta Workforce Grant for nursing technology

Louisiana Christian University has been awarded more than $448,000 to develop its Responsive Nursing Technology in Education program from the Delta Regional Authority. These funds will allow LCU’s nursing program to respond to the evolving demands of the healthcare industry and address the healthcare shortage in Louisiana. This grant will pay for:   An Anatomage…

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LCU to be closed Wednesday due to expected stormy weather

Due to the possibility of inclement weather conditions and the potential of flooding, Louisiana Christian University officials have decided to cancel classes and close all campus offices on Wednesday, April 10. Faculty and students will follow the Continuity of Operations Plan guidelines in each course syllabus to continue classes online through Canvas assignments. Hattie B’s…

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Four LCU students present research at LSUS Scholars Forum

Four Louisiana Christian University students presented research at the 9th Annual LSUS Regional Student Scholars Forum on Friday. Senior Isabella Melton’s paper placed second of 24 undergraduate papers presented. Melton, a senior computer science/web systems major, of Lafayette, presented “Animal Translocation: A Comprehensive Study on the Rates of Success When Relocating K-Selected Species.” “The purpose…

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‘Superman killed God’ topic of LCU’s final C3 for spring

Dr. Renton Rathun, director of the Center for Biblical Worldview at Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina, will be the speaker for the final Christ, Church, Culture event of the spring 2024 semester. The C3 will be held Monday, April 8, at 6:30 p.m. in Guinn Auditorium and is free and open to the…

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Louisiana Christian University to close due to inclement weather

Due to the possibility of inclement weather, Louisiana Christian University will close the campus today at 12:15 p.m. All afternoon and evening classes will be canceled. Faculty, staff and students should follow the RAVE app for important updates concerning the weather. Food services will remain open on campus.   ================================================================= Media Advisory | March 25,…

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Jeffreys named acting president of Louisiana Christian

Dr. David Jeffreys has been named acting president of Louisiana Christian University by the Board of Trustees, following the March 8 retirement announcement of Dr. Rick Brewer, LCU’s ninth president. “Prior to this assignment, he served in an executive leadership role at the university, gaining substantial knowledge about its operations and objectives,” said Board of…

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