VIA coverage includes a look back at Bennett

Since 1930, one of the workhouse buildings on the Abilene Christian University campus has been Bennett Gymnasium, which is receiving new life this year as the future home of laboratories for the Department of Engineering and Physics. Paul Anthony (’04), ACU’s advancement communication coordinator, described the transformation in our new Spring-Summer issue as “trading in […]


Spring-Summer 2014 issue is here

It’s a little later than originally planned, but we wanted to be sure you received the most recent news about some exciting developments at Abilene Christian University. Although it’s in the mail, you don’t have to wait for the Spring-Summer 2014 issue of ACU Today magazine to arrive. You can sneak a peak now at its 130 pages (84 […]


ACU Today looks at Division I sports action

Bonus Coverage of the Fall-Winter 2013 issue of ACU Today magazine takes an inside look at the sports action from last semester, the Wildcats’ first as a member of NCAA Division I and the Southland Conference. The online-only version includes 28 extra pages of great photography from football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, cross country and baseball action. […]

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Fullerton’s exploits live on, four decades later

Every student has a story. Raymon Fullerton (’73) has more than most. The Second Glance essay in the Fall-Winter 2013 issue of ACU Today magazine provides the campus legend an opportunity to explain himself and several of the memorable stunts he and a band of merry-makers pulled as students at Abilene Christian University more than […]


Fall-Winter 2013 issue on its way

Happy New Year! Even if your printed copy of ACU Today’s Fall-Winter 2013 issue has not yet arrived in the mail (it’s on the way), you can sneak a peak at the online version now. The printed issue is 80 pages but another 50 pages of Bonus Coverage bring the online version to more than 130 pages […]


Rogers lends his artistic talent to new issue

Like the McDonald’s TV commercial in which he starred last summer, we’re lovin’ Jeff Rogers’ latest gig, except this time the medium is the new issue of ACU Today magazine in which the talented artist’s work is displayed. A mural painted by Rogers was the centerpiece of a June 2012 McDonald’s promotion for Spicy Chicken McBites. The […]


Bynum headlines profiles of award winners

By the time you read this, Cmdr. David Bynum (’84), a Navy chaplain, will have earned his fifth academic degree, this one from the National War College (NWC) at historic Fort McNair where the Potomac and Anacostia rivers meet in Washington, D.C. Bynum – Abilene Christian University’s 2013 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year – has three degrees […]


Spring-Summer 2013 issue is on its way

July 1 may be just another day on the 2013 calendar, but at Abilene Christian University it’s a landmark moment when the Wildcats again become members of the Southland Conference and officially begin life in NCAA Division I. That move takes place with a new athletics logo on uniforms and other apparel, so we’re helping […]


Fall 2012 issue is on its way to your mailbox

This fall is a significant one in the history of Abilene Christian University. It marks 50 years since Dr. Billy Curl (’64) and Larry Bonner (’64), two transfer students from Southwestern Christian College in 1962, became the first full-time undergraduate African-American students to enroll at ACU. The new 80-page issue of ACU Today magazine, which […]


Weeden’s swimming feats speak loudly

Sophomore Jess Weeden doesn’t particularly like attention, but the medal-winning veteran of the United States Deaflympic team will have to get used to the notoriety of being on the front cover of ACU Today’s Winter 2012 issue. In “Answering Her Call,” writer Paul Anthony (’04) profiles the Wisconsin native who quietly is making a difference […]

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