Five organ donors respond to Alvarez’ need

In his spare time, Abel Alvarez (’82) is a mobile-learning consultant who knows well the power of social media. But the minister in McAllen, Texas, is still amazed at the quick response by the Abilene Christian University community to his critical search for a kidney donor. A mid-day post March 2 on the ACU Today blog described his urgent need to find someone who also shared […]


March hoops excitement proves bitter, sweet

The craziness of March Madness – the frantic, frustrating and often fabulous time of postseason collegiate basketball – is upon us, and Abilene Christian University earned a taste of it earlier this week. Three men’s and four women’s teams from the Southland Conference qualified for this month’s national postseason tournaments, including ACU. Stephen F. Austin State University made the most noise, […]


The Hamiltons dig love and biblical history

When Old Testament scholar Dr. Mark Hamilton (’90 M.Div.) told me about his upcoming semester in Israel with his wife, Dr. Samjung Kang-Hamilton (’88 M.R.E.), revisiting the place where they first met nearly 30 years earlier, my story-telling wheels began to turn. It will likely embarrass the two Abilene Christian University professors but Hepburn and Olivier in […]


Home and Away: Collums returns to Conway

When Abilene Christian University rejoined the Southland Conference and the prospect of the football team eventually visiting University of Central Arkansas became apparent, Ken Collums figured he’d be on the sideline. The real question was, “Which one?” In December 2013, Collums had just led ACU to a 6-5 record in his second season as head […]

Category: Uncategorized

  • Current Issue

  • Photos: I’ll fly away