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Masters degree: Purple and White see green

Masters degree: Purple and White see green

By on April 8, 2015 in Alumni News, Sports with 0 Comments

Unless you’re a children’s show dinosaur or Gotham’s Joker – and that surely eliminates a sizable chunk of you – purple and green aren’t much of a match. But through the years, Abilene Christian University’s primary color has interwoven significantly with the trademark tint of the Masters Tournament, the 79th edition of which is being […]

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10 Questions with Dr. Charles Ivey

10 Questions with Dr. Charles Ivey

One of those with a keen interest in this week’s physics conference hosted by Abilene Christian University is Dr. Charles Ivey (’65), professor and chair of ACU’s Department of Physics from 1969-81. He built a program of distinction in physics at Abilene Christian by hiring talented faculty members and securing grants that helped provide research opportunities for […]

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A conversation with author Bob Goff

By on April 10, 2013 in Academic News, Campus News with 0 Comments

Bob Goff held an ACU audience at rapt attention while speaking April 2 in Chapel during Justice Week at Abilene Christian University. The New York Times’ best-selling author of Love Does, Goff founded Restore International, a nonprofit human rights organization serving people in India and Uganda. A partner in the Washington state law firm of Goff & DeWalt, he also […]

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Red Thread’s Partridge named Truman Scholar

Red Thread’s Partridge named Truman Scholar

By on April 2, 2012 in Academic News, Campus News with 1 Comment

At 17, Brittany Partridge went on a mission trip to Romania where she met other girls her age. These girls, however, lived a life far different than her own. They were among the millions of young people around the world being bought and sold like objects, sometimes for child labor, more often for sex. The […]

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