Herbert W. Armstrong College was established in 2001. AC is a privately supported co-educational institution offering courses in theology, liberal arts, and applied arts and sciences. The college's objective is to teach its students how to live. With thousands of universities teaching how students might earn a living, AC teaches skills, concepts and values that lead to success in life, not just the workplace.
Each semester, female students at Herbert W. Armstrong College have an opportunity to ask male students on dates during Turnabout Weekend. Each student has a different date for each of the three days included in Turnabout, and the women plan dinners, outings and other events on campus, at the homes of faculty or local church members, or in the community.
HERBERT W. ARMSTRONG COLLEGE HOLDS THANKSGIVING BALL
EDMOND—About 100 Herbert W. Armstrong College students and faculty members gathered in the John Amos Field House gymnasium to celebrate the college’s 18th annual Thanksgiving Ball. On offer in the rustically decorated space was a traditional Thanksgiving meal with smoked turkey and, instead of the usual dance floor, activities including a pumpkin-themed tic-tac-toe and a place to write...
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