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GAP program offers extended missions experience for students, recent grads

GAP program offers extended missions experience for students, recent grads

By on October 3, 2018 in ACU Missions, Features with 0 Comments

As Amanda Daly was in the thick of her master’s in psychology at ACU, the San Diego native was unsure of the direction her life should take after graduation. She considered a Ph.D., but ended up ruling it out. She also didn’t like the idea of settling into a job after graduate school. She felt a […]

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2017 Distinguished Alumnus: Kevin Starks

2017 Distinguished Alumnus: Kevin Starks

By on August 25, 2017 in ACU Today Magazine with 0 Comments

In Fall 1993, when Kevin Starks (’98) was an incoming ACU freshman on the men’s basketball team, he encountered a question about his personal ambition on ACU’s Athletics Publicity Questionnaire. His answer was nearly prophetic: “To become a coach or preacher or maybe do both.” Almost 20 years later, Starks serves as associate head of […]

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2017 Distinguished Alumni Citation: Tasha Lemley

2017 Distinguished Alumni Citation: Tasha Lemley

By on August 25, 2017 in ACU Today Magazine with 0 Comments

He was there every day. Tasha (French ’02) Lemley walked past the same bench every morning on her way to work. Day after day, the same homeless man was sitting there as she hurried by. She had graduated from ACU with a photojournalism degree, but had become interested in graphic design, moving to Nashville to […]

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2017 Distinguished Alumni Citation: Dr. Shaun Casey

2017 Distinguished Alumni Citation: Dr. Shaun Casey

By on August 25, 2017 in ACU Today Magazine with 1 Comment

When Dr. Shaun Casey (’79) was growing up, family conversation around the dinner table often centered on two topics: religion and politics. “I’ve always been intrigued by the public implications of religious belief and practice,” Casey said. “For a lot of Americans, belief is a matter of consumer choice. But I’ve always thought there was […]

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