Viewers gathered for a free early screening of 'Jesus Revolution' last Monday at Cinemark in Abilene. Following the screening was a Q&A with the editor of the film and 2018 ACU alum John Puckett and co-director and film scorer Brent ... [Read More…]
Thanksgiving is known as a time for family, thankfulness, gratitude – and of course food. Many students are not able to travel home for the holiday, so many in the ACU and Abilene community open their homes to students in need of a warm, home cooked ... [Read More…]
Sorority Alpha Kai Omega made the decision to become a student organization and not to take a joining class for the spring of 2023.
Josie Mueller, AKO President and senior music education major from Conroe, said the decision of transitioning into ... [Read More…]
An explosion on the offensive end saw the Wildcats (3-4) win by double digits, 92-82 against Northern Arizona (2-6) on Sunday. ACU shot 57% from the floor and 56% from beyond the arc while holding the Lumberjacks to 48% from the floor and 45% from three. The Wildcats lineup mostly remained the same as these […]
The Wildcats (3-3) finished the weekend in Denton 1-1 after defeating the Montana State Bobcats (4-2) 66-61 on Friday and falling to the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns (3-4) 54-38 at the UNT Thanksgiving Tournament. After the weekend tournament, head coach Julie Goodenough said that the tournament had its ups and downs for the team, and she […]
ACU (2-4) struggled in the Vegas Four, dropping all three games to Wright State, 77-61, Weber State, 77-67, and UC Riverside, 76-65. Turnovers proved to be an issue as ACU never won the turnover battle in any of the three games. Head coach Brette Tanner used a different five in all three matches with the […]
Living in a two-bedroom apartment below college freshman boys with two children is not the ideal residence for most people. But Dr. Suzie Macaluso is thriving in ACU’s Bullock Hall as she embraces the ... [Read More…]