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Liberty University students arrived at Heritage High School to vote in full force on Tuesday, braving the rain to ride public transit provided by LU or driving there in small groups. Two Liberty students — easy to identify by their LU sweatshirts — paused outside the high school in Lynchburg, Va., to explain how being Christians and LU students would influence their decision at the poll.
Teresa Dunham
Claire Ayendi, a senior and president of the College Republicans at Liberty University, was featured on the front page of Friday’s “Washington Post” in an article “God, Country and McCain,” accompanied by a photo of her gathering McCain campaign materials.
Mitzi Bible
Liberty University's eighth biannual Writers Conference opened Friday night with a reception in DeMoss Learning Center and a keynote address by Jerry Jenkins, co-author with Tim LaHaye of the “Left Behind” series.
Dominique McKay
Dave Lee, a junior majoring in Visual Communication Arts at Liberty University, recently won first place in an international computer game design competition held by Massive Entertainment, a leading producer of games and interactive entertainment software.
Liberty alumnus and former member of dc Talk Michael Tait performed to a packed crowd of students and alumni at Saturday’s Homecoming game.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina visited Liberty University on Tuesday to motivate Virginians to join the campaign for McCain. “I’m here because we’re trying to win Virginia,” Graham said. “The positive message of Senator McCain needs to be told.”
Dominique McKay
Seated on two- and four-wheeled vehicles, riders recently hit the dirt, testing out Liberty University’s new motocross track. Nestled in LU’s Jack Mountain property, the wooded arena features numerous doubles, table tops, loops and off-camber turns.
Eric Brown
When Family and Consumer Sciences professor Ruth Gomes suggested that the Creation Studies display, located in the Science Hall off the DeMoss courtyard, needed a new look, seniors Bethany Turner and Lydia Norton agreed and began coming up with a proposal for the redesign.
Dominique McKay
Nearly 3,000 parents participated in Liberty University’s Family Weekend, Oct. 17 and 18. Events included a Chancellor’s Dinner Friday night, followed by a hockey match, a Saturday morning meet-and-greet reception sponsored by the Parents Program Office and the Parents Development Board meeting on Saturday.
After making a 40-yard field goal at Saturday’s football game, junior Sean Katz won a new car from Mabry Automotive Group. During every home game television timeout, students are chosen at random to participate in the Wild Wheels Kick-Off field goal competition.
Zondervan’s Bible Across America bus rolled onto Liberty University’s campus Tuesday morning to continue the mission of completing a handwritten Bible for the 30th anniversary of the leading Bible publisher’s New International Version.
Baptisms are usually held twice a semester during Campus Church services, part of Liberty University’s Spiritual Life programs. This semester, however, three were planned because there have been so many decisions.
Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. often says Liberty University students are the best — and the results of his campus-wide campaign to register student voters locally is giving him one more reason to believe it. As of Monday’s 4 p.m. registration deadline, LU Commuter Affairs officials had collected and submitted 4,200 forms to the Lynchburg, Va., city registrar.
Teresa Dunham
Liberty University is enjoying a wave of media attention for its campus-wide campaign to register student voters locally. As of Monday's 4 p.m. registration deadline, LU Commuter Affairs officials had collected and submitted 4,200 forms.
Teresa Dunham
Fresh off their victory at Georgia State University, the Liberty Debate team travelled to Clarion University last week where they extended an impressive early-season streak, winning both the varsity and novice divisions. The Flames finished the preliminary rounds with the top seed in varsity, junior varsity and novice — advancing 13 of their 15 teams to the elimination rounds.
University Advancement staff
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