Events

March 28th

Voices of Hope:  An Evening with Laura Bush - March 28, 2018, 6pm-7:30pm | Hunter Welcome  Center

We are excited to share that the Friends of the ACU Library will host Mrs. Laura Bush, First Lady of the United States (2001-09), at its annual banquet on the evening of March 28, 2019. The special event, will be moderated by best-selling author and ACU alumnus Max Lucado (’77).

April 8-12

CreativeU

CreativeU is a week-long event of design and creativity from the ACU community.  This fun-filled week will highlight creative work of faculty, staff and students which will be on display throughout the library with lectures from creative professionals, design workshops, and more!

April 11

MakerFest

The Maker Lab will host their annual MakerFest the evening of April 11th.  Come apreciate the tallent of the ACU Maker community that will be on display.

 Exhibits

Max Lucado

Selections from the Max Lucado Collection

The Max Lucado Collection was established in 2015 when Lucado designated his alma mater’s Brown Library as the repository for materials documenting his career as a missionary, evangelist and writer. 

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Keeble Biography cover

“The book will be preaching after you and I have gone home”: Marshall Keeble’s Enduring Print Legacy

Marshall Keeble left four legacies: those to whom he preached and baptized; the congregations he established; the preachers he trained and mentored; and a legacy in print consisting of books and articles. 

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Waynai Bible

Waynai Bible returns to ACU in December

The Waynai Bible, donated to ACU in 1956 and on exhibit in Brown Library for 57 years, will return to the university in December for a yearlong stay. It has been on loan to the Museum of the Bible (Washington, D.C.) since April 2013.

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Historic Doll exhibit

New exhibit highlights historical dolls

A new exhibit celebrates the recent gift of the late Nancy (Waters ’53) Hansen’streasured collection of historical dolls manufactured by the famous Alexander Doll Company.

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