• Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Louis Markos

    Dr. Louis Markos, professor of English, scholar-in-residence, and Robert H. Ray Chair in Humanities, had his article on the history of the classical Christian movement, “The Rise of the Bible-Teaching, Plato-Loving, Homeschool Elitists: How evangelicals are becoming the new champions of the pagan classics,” published as the cover story for the September issue of Christianity …

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  • Center for Christianity in Business at HBU to Host Fall Luncheon

    The Center for Christianity in Business at Houston Baptist University is pleased to host the Fall 2019 Networking Luncheon and Seminar, from noon to 2 p.m., Friday, Sept. 27, in the Morris Cultural Arts Center on HBU’s campus, featuring guest speaker Kevin Garland, CEO of Mountaire Farms. Attendees may register online. With 10,000 employees and …

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  • Q&A with Dr. Michael Rosato

    Dr. Michael Rosato, HBU Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Please tell us about your personal, academic and professional background. I got involved in track and cross country in high school. I ended up going to Carson-Newman University in East Tennessee on an athletic scholarship. Carson-Newman is a Christian college, similar in mission to …

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  • Mock Trial Participants Gain Transferable Skills

    Participants in HBU’s Mock Trial team have a noticeable poise and warm demeanor. In Mock Trial, they must be prepared, professional and unflappable – those qualities have stuck. Team president, Michael Dooley, has been on the team for two years. “Ultimately, our goal in mock trial is to be as prepared as possible. It’s very …

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  • Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Scott Robinson

    Political science professor, Dr. Scott Robinson, has released his first edited volume, “Eric Voegelin Today: Voegelin’s Political Thought in the 21st Century” (Lexington Books, 2019). This timely volume, co-edited by Lee Trepanier and David Whitney, builds on the works of 20th-century philosophical giant, Eric Voegelin, to explain how the diminishing of religion in society produces …

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  • HBU Alumni Serve as Student Bar Association Presidents

    HBU alumna, Abbe Adams ’16, was attending the American Bar Association Annual Convention with the Student Bar Association of The University of Oklahoma in August 2018 when someone sitting at her roundtable caught her eye. There were students representing universities throughout the United States, so she didn’t expect to see someone she knew in such …

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  • Mary-Ellen Hall Keeps Winning

    No coach in HBU history has had more milestones than Mary-Ellen Hall, who completed her 28th season at the helm of the Huskies’ softball program in May, and is the all-time winningest coach in any sport at the school. On April 18, HBU swept University of the Incarnate Word in a doubleheader, coming from behind …

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  • Husky Hoops Brings Students Together Through Basketball

    On Friday afternoons, a group of students make their way across campus to the Bradshaw Fitness Center Gym for two hours of pick-up basketball from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Each of them look forward to the competition and camaraderie that closes out the school week. Husky Hoops, as it is known, was started by …

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