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Lake Elsinore Valley News
Honors students get research published in 2013 'Building Bridges'
Mt. San Jacinto College honors students who participated in last year's undergraduate research conference at the University of California, Irvine, were recently published in Building Bridges.
Lubbock voter turnout almost double state average
Lubbock County citizens entered the polls for the March 4 primary elections in greater numbers than their peers across Texas, but turnout was lower than it was in 2010.
MSJC Students' Work Featured in Research Publication
By MSJC Student Emily McKellar Mt. San Jacinto College honors students who participated in last year's undergraduate research conference at UC Irvine were recently published in a collection of research abstracts.
Lubbock Trinity women's basketball program thrives in first DII season
Steve Gomez has built a powerhouse at Lubbock Christian University. The Lady Chaps have won 19 or more games in the past nine seasons, and Gomez is currently 253-97 in his 11th year at the helm.
Tattooed Jesus fights religious discrimination
Texan David Miller wanted to reach millennials with the gospel. But how can Christians effectively communicate that message to a tech-savvy, video-saturated, un-churched generation? Miller's conclusion: with a tattooed Jesus.