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Freshman Hudson Ensz may be a fifth-generation Asburian, but growing up as a home-schooled missionary kid in Brazil meant major transition when he came to Asbury last fall.
Thankfully, being home-schooled was the easy part.
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WILMORE, Ky. — With its Greek revival architecture and golden stained-glass windows, Asbury University’s historic Hughes Auditorium has thundered with inspired evangelism for 85 years. On Thursday evening, the windows buzzed with a high-volume declaration of that same classic message, courtesy of some of the most popular groups in Christian contemporary music.
WILMORE, Ky. — Asbury University is pleased to host some of contemporary Christian music’s most popular artists in concert on March 6 in the historic Hughes Auditorium on the Asbury campus. The event at Asbury, in partnership and sponsored by Chick-fil-A, will begin at 7 p.m. (doors will open at 6:30 p.m.)
Asbury University students got a career kick-start recently at the Spotlight Career Fair in Lexington, Ky.
Hosted by the Association of Independent Kentucky Colleges and Universities (AIKCU), the Spotlight Career Fair connected students with 69 businesses, non-profit organizations and graduate school programs.
WILMORE, Ky. — When Asbury University’s alumni return to campus after graduation, they often remark on the continuing impact of Asbury’s Chapel services, recalling speakers who touched their hearts. This week, the students themselves spoke with messages that are likely to resonate among their peers for years to come.
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News packages produced by Asbury University students in Sochi have appeared on air and on the website of television station LEX18. Take a look!
WILMORE, Ky. — The administration at Asbury University has announced that Dr. Timothy Campbell, a 1999 graduate of the University, has been selected as the next Academic Dean.
WILMORE, Ky. — Time-honored tradition met real-time implications in Asbury University’s Spring 2014 Holiness Emphasis Week, Feb. 3-7.
Asbury junior Dani Larson says the many spiritual-life events on campus, especially Holiness Emphasis Week, have drawn her closer to God. “A lot of the speakers have said very influential things in my life,” she said. “God really does appear at the (Holiness Emphasis Week) services...He really does show His face there.”
Asbury University students have served in various capacities at each Olympic Games location since 1984. This year, a group of student journalists will help cover the Olympics for the Bluegrass by partnering with Lexington, Ky., news station LEX18. They appeared on-air recently to introduce themselves and share about their work.