• Department of Student Success Provides Enhanced Active Learning Equipment Throughout Campus

    The Looper Learning Commons, named for the Doris and Terry Looper family, was dedicated in late 2016 in the Moody Library, and currently houses the majority of the team members in the Department of Student Success and Advising (Student Success). Since then, the space has become a hub for individual and group study, as well …

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  • John Bisagno Leaves Legacy In Houston and Beyond

    Professorship at HBU Honors Bisagno Frank Minton, a former pastor, remembers meeting the man who would become his best friend, John Bisagno, in 1957. “It was when I played pro-ball with the Brooklyn Dodgers. We met in a café in Shawnee, Oklahoma,” he said. Minton and his wife, Joyce, hit it off with Bisagno and …

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  • Churchill Biographer Visits HBU

    Submitted by the Morris Family Center for Law & Liberty If there is one thing about Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill that stands out, it was his conviction during the Second World War that liberty and Western Civilization are worth defending. It’s a good message for young people to hear. The mission of the …

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  • Baptist General Convention of Texas Doing Good in Texas and at HBU

    Texas Baptists, also known as the Baptist General Convention of Texas, represents diverse congregations across a vast state with the purpose of advancing God’s Kingdom in Texas. The Texas Baptists’ (the BGCT) vision statement includes the meaningful declaration: “We are on a mission with God to continue Jesus’ ministry of teaching, sharing the good news …

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  • Rick and Denise Renner Continue to Share the Good News

    Rick and Denise Renner, known for shepherding the Moscow Good News Church in Russia’s capital city, visited HBU to discuss God’s work in Russia and around the world. Rick Renner has firsthand practice discovering the will of God for his life, and shares insights gleaned from experience and biblical study in his latest book, “The …

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  • Denim Rogers Set for the National Stage with Olympic Dreams on the Horizon

    Husky decathlete is the program’s first track athlete to reach the NCAA Championships By Jeff Sutton While Denim Rogers’ path to HBU was anything but direct, the first-year Husky is set to be the University’s first representative on the NCAA’s biggest stage for the first time since the track and field program was restarted in …

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  • Israeli Businessman Shares Significance of the Bible and Technology

    Born in Israel in 1965 to Holocaust survivors, Gil Ilutowich was named for the Hebrew word for “happiness” by his mother. “She told me, ‘You are an answer to 2,000 years of prayer.’ For her, it was an answer to many prayers,” he said. “It fulfilled what the prophets said – that one day, we …

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  • HBU Offers Two New MFA Programs

    Beginning in January 2020, the HBU School of Fine Arts will offer two new Master of Fine Arts degrees. The MFA in Creative Writing and the MFA in Screenwriting will provide training for writers. The creative writing degree shapes writers of fiction or poetry, while the screenwriting emphasis prepares students to craft scripts for platforms …

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  • Top Reasons to Live on Campus

    5) No commute The average one-way commute time for Houstonians is 27.3 minutes. No drive means more time for study and University involvement. (HomeArea data) 4) Comfortable living Thanks to modern dorms and renovations to existing dormitory spaces, living on campus has never been nicer. 3) Close to it all On-campus students don’t miss campus …

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  • American Marketing Association Chapter Helps Prepare Students for Life and Work

    After a several-year hiatus, a chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) was reestablished this spring with the help of students Yvette Garcia, Ana Nava-Cardoso, and Emily Zavala, with Dr. Mark Clark, assistant professor of Marketing in the Archie W. Dunham College of Business. The group is just one of the dozens of clubs and …

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