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VIA News: Chambers’ generosity made a mark

VIA News: Chambers’ generosity made a mark

By on March 27, 2015 in Alumni News, Campus News with 0 Comments

Although the building bearing the Chambers name is gone, the legacy of E.D. and Julia Chambers continues on. Chambers Hall was demolished over Spring Break – the spot where it stood for 85 years now empty, awaiting a new chapter with construction of the Halbert-Walling Research Center. With attention turning to the future, let’s take a moment to appreciate […]

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VIA News: Track, Bennett reflect progress

VIA News: Track, Bennett reflect progress

By on November 25, 2014 in Campus News with 1 Comment

Heading into the extended Thanksgiving weekend, a pair of Vision in Action projects on the Abilene Christian University campus are making visible progress. Crews from Beynon Sports Surfaces earlier this month finished laying down a vibrant purple track that certainly pops against the deep green of the newly installed soccer field. With that, the most […]

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Deana, Chad and ACU: Long live the love

Deana, Chad and ACU: Long live the love

By on August 14, 2013 in Alumni News, Campus News with 2 Comments

Deana (Hamby ’93) Nall is a frequent contributing writer for ACU Today magazine who lives in Bryant, Ark. Her series of 2011 posts, “Camp Confessions,” about her family’s experiences at Abilene Christian University Leadership Camps, was a reader favorite. Today is the 20th wedding anniversary for Deana and Chad (’94), who met at ACU. Her […]

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