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Coffee House - Student Filmmakers Roundtable

Description: Lecture given Sunday, September 16, 2012, 8:30 PM at Abilene Christian University: "Film speaks without preaching. Hear ACU students, who produce short films for class or FilmFest, explain how they approach the craft and ministry of filmmaking. Discover how filmmakers tell compelling stories as they consider other viewpoints.Film speaks without preaching. Hear ACU students, who produce short films for class or FilmFest, explain how they approach the craft and ministry of filmmaking. Discover how filmmakers tell compelling stories as they consider other viewpoints.Film speaks without preaching. Hear ACU students, who produce short films for class or FilmFest, explain how they approach the craft and ministry of filmmaking. Discover how filmmakers tell compelling stories as they consider other viewpoints.Film speaks without preaching. Hear ACU students, who produce short films for class or FilmFest, explain how they approach the craft and ministry of filmmaking. Discover how filmmakers tell compelling stories as they consider other viewpoints.Film speaks without preaching. Hear ACU students, who produce short films for class or FilmFest, explain how they approach the craft and ministry of filmmaking. Discover how filmmakers tell compelling stories as they consider other viewpoints.Film speaks without preaching. Hear ACU students, who produce short films for class or FilmFest, explain how they approach the craft and ministry of filmmaking. Discover how filmmakers tell compelling stories as they consider other viewpoints.Film speaks without preaching. Hear ACU students, who produce short films for class or FilmFest, explain how they approach the craft and ministry of filmmaking. Discover how filmmakers tell compelling stories as they consider other viewpoints.Film speaks without preaching. Hear ACU students, who produce short films for class or FilmFest, explain how they approach the craft and ministry of filmmaking. Discover how filmmakers tell compelling stories as they consider other viewpoints.Film speaks without preaching. Hear ACU students, who ...
Date: September 16, 2012
Creator: Dickson, Kyle
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library

The Meaning of Love - Defining Love

Description: Lecture given Tuesday, September 17, 2013, 8:30 AM at Abilene Christian University: "We will examine the radical difference in the meaning of love when it is defined by the dictionary and when it is defined by how God loves.We will examine the radical difference in the meaning of love when it is defined by the dictionary and when it is defined by how God loves.We will examine the radical difference in the meaning of love when it is defined by the dictionary and when it is defined by how God loves.We will examine the radical difference in the meaning of love when it is defined by the dictionary and when it is defined by how God loves.We will examine the radical difference in the meaning of love when it is defined by the dictionary and when it is defined by how God loves.We will examine the radical difference in the meaning of love when it is defined by the dictionary and when it is defined by how God loves.We will examine the radical difference in the meaning of love when it is defined by the dictionary and when it is defined by how God loves.We will examine the radical difference in the meaning of love when it is defined by the dictionary and when it is defined by how God loves."
Date: September 17, 2013
Creator: McKnight, Scot
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library

How Visual Media Saved My Life - How Media Will Help You Communicate

Description: Lecture given Monday, September 22, 2008, 4:00 PM at Abilene Christian University: "Understanding the power of media and how to best use it to communicate God's ultimate story. We'll talk through how God's story influences movies and overall storytelling, and we'll also talk about ideas for how to use media in the 21st century."
Date: September 22, 2008
Creator: Thomas, Rob
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library

[Cathy Crimmins Book Review by Katie Grinch]

Description: Review of the Cathy Crimmins book - How the Homosexuals Saved Civilization: The True and Heroic Story of How Gay Men Shaped the Modern World - by Katie Grinch. She gives several bullet points on how gay culture has influenced mainstream culture, as pointed out in the book. The last page is an excerpt from Crimmins' book.
Date: 2004
Creator: Grinch, Katie
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

TCEQ Regulatory Guidance RG-380 The Analytical Method Modification Program-How to Apply

Description: This document describes how to apply to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality's Analytical Method Modification Program, in order to obtain approval to modify analytical reference methods used to generate data for regulatory purposes.
Date: October 2003
Creator: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

How to Play: Texas Powerball Power Play

Description: This pamphlet gives instructions on how to play the Texas Powerball Power Play game with step-by-step guide for filling out each section of the play ticket. Winning odds and prize amount charts are included as well as how to claim winning ticket prize.
Date: 2014
Creator: Texas Lottery Commission
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Reading Statutes and Bills

Description: Brief document meant to "provide a basic overview of Texas statutes and bills and tips for how best to read and understand them" (p. v). It includes information about how statutes and bills are organized and how to read them, with examples.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas. Legislature. Legislative Council. Research Division.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

The Grace of God Has Appeared to All - How Grace Works in Transforming the Lives of People

Description: Lecture given Wednesday, September 20, 2006, 9:45 AM at Abilene Christian University: "This class is designed to show the free agency of grace and how its purpose is to transform the lives of people. Time will also be given to how grace works in the context of the church's culture."
Date: September 20, 2006
Creator: Birt, Robert
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library

Como Jugar Texas Lottery Pick 3 con Sum It Up!

Description: Spanish-language pamphlet describing how to play Texas Lottery Pick 3 with the Sum It Up! feature. Charts included with odds of winning and prize amounts and also prize listings with information on how to claim prizes with winning tickets.
Date: 2015
Creator: Texas Lottery Commission
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

How to Play: Texas Lottery Lotto Texas with Extra!

Description: Pamphlet describing how to play the Lotto Texas with Extra game with a breakdown of each section of the ticket and step-by-step instructions on how to fill each out. Charts of prize winnings and winning odds are included on the back as well as how to claim winnings.
Date: 2013
Creator: Texas Lottery Commission
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

How To Play

Description: This is a pamphlet for the Texas Lottery describing the how to play the "All or Nothing" lottery game.
Date: 2013
Creator: Texas Lottery Commission
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Proper Thawing

Description: Information sheet on how to properly thaw frozen food and how to choose the best process.
Date: March 26, 2015
Creator: Texas. Bureau of WIC Nutrition.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Oral History Interview with Tino Gonzalez, July 25, 2016

Description: Florentino "Tino" Gonzalez was born in 1959 in Galveston and came of age in the Eastend, an African American and Mexican American neighborhood. He attended Catholic school for his primary and secondary education and struggled initially to learn English. After doing construction work for a few years post-graduation, Gonzalez attended Galveston College where he recieved the individualized attention necessary to thrive and matriculate. As the Vice President of Moody National Bank, he served on many boards of historical and non-profit organizations. Gonzalez talks about how his family migrated from Monterrey, Mexico to Galveston, how his cross-ethnic experiences growing up provided him a broad perspective, how his high school did not prepare him to go to college, and how Galveston College provided him the environment necessary to gain an education and prosper in life. He also talks about how his ability to listen and read coupled with his desire to represent Latina/o perspectives afforded him the opportunity to serve on several institutional boards, such as the Family Service Center, the Galveston Sustainable Community Alliance. Gonzalez describes his position as a Galveston College Board of Regents member and how he has focused on the recruitment and retention of working class, ethnic, and first-generation students. Lastly, he speaks about the affordable housing crisis after Hurricane Ike, human trafficking on the island, the struggle to historically preserve Latina/o institutions, and how the Latina/o community tends to not make waves in Galveston.
Date: July 25, 2016
Creator: Enriquez, Sandra; Rodriguez, Samantha & Gonzalez, Tino
Partner: TCU Mary Couts Burnett Library

Oral History Interview with Elvira Martinez, July 20, 2016

Description: Elvira Martinez was born in 1929 in Baytown, Texas. Her father lived in "El Campo," the Humble Oil and Refinery Company community for their predominately Mexican American male employees. Martinez remembers growing up in the company community and how families forged deep bonds. She attended the Lorenzo De Zavala Elementary School, the Baytown Mexican School that was originally funded by the Humble Oil and Refinery Company. Through the music program at the Baytown Mexican School, Martinez was able to travel the country as a player in the group La Tipica. She talks about the development of the Baytown Mexican School and how it served as the first ESL program. Martinez also discusses the role that Dr. Antonio Bañuelos played in the development of La Tipica, how La Tipica was portrayed as an "authentic" Mexican group from Jalisco, how she had to act like she did not know English while traveling throughout the nation, the Mexican musicians she encountered during her involvement in La Tipica, and how this female music group played for WWII bond drives at the behest of the Humble Oil and Refinery Company. Martinez addresses the role of Mexican celebrations, Baytown Mexican School's role in the creation of Felix Tijerina's Little School of 400, how she petitioned the U.S. government for the creation of flood insurance and government flood monies after she lost her home in Baytown, and how she assisted her niece, Eugenia Rios, in establishing a historical marker for the Lorenzo De Zavala Elementary School.
Date: July 20, 2016
Creator: Enriquez, Sandra & Martinez, Elvira
Partner: TCU Mary Couts Burnett Library

Consent of the Governed: Profit or Loss

Description: Text of remarks by Barbara Jordan regarding the loss of public trust in the government, how to combat this loss, and economic concerns. Included with this document is two pages of an editorial from CHANGE entitled "How Separate? How Equal?," which discusses black separatism and intellectualism and ends with a circled section about Barbara Jordan.
Date: May 14, 1975
Creator: Jordan, Barbara, 1936-1996
Partner: Texas Southern University

Restoration Principles and University Education - The Great Question, "Why Bother?"

Description: Lecture given Tuesday, September 23, 2008, 8:30 AM at Abilene Christian University: "At a university connected with the American Restoration, how many students actually think about Stone and Campbell? How many professors? Can they explain how degree requirements, spring mission trips, and chapel programming might be connected to the Restoration heritage? A professor and student panelists explore whether the great convictions (and even the contradictory impulses) of the Stone-Campbell heritage can stimulate our church-related universities in the new century."
Date: September 23, 2008
Creator: Willerton, Chris
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library