All Hail CSER: A change in CSER requirement for freshman and first-year transfer students

  Religion 105 replaces Biblical Worldview 101 and 102 to allow freshman and first-year transfer students to complete CSER. Changes allow students to complete Christian service separate from academic credits.   Residential freshmen and transfer students now join the ranks of upper classmen in taking Christian Service credit their first year on campus starting this semester. According to Dr. Lew […]

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Walk for Freedom seeks to raise awareness about human trafficking

  A21 campaign organizes Walk for Freedom on Oct. 14 to raise awareness about human trafficking. Reporting suspicious activity that could be human trafficking could help save a victim.   The A21 Campaign’s Walk for Freedom is hoping to bring awareness to human trafficking Oct. 14 at 10 a.m. on Monument Terrance in downtown Lynchburg.   Participants will walk through […]

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Students may see new short- and long-term parking options

  Liberty looking for ways to provide students with more parking options around campus. In lieu of walking from Zone 4 or other distant parking locations on campus, LUPD suggests utilizing LU Transit and LU Safe Ride. With campus-wide complaints about parking, or lack thereof, Liberty University’s Planning and Construction Department is working tirelessly to increase the number of residential […]

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Virginia is for voters

  With upcoming Virginia elections in November, Liberty is encouraging students to vote. Students hoping to impact local issues like food taxes can register to vote by Oct. 16 The end is near for a multitude of political terms, both local and statewide, and Liberty University students have an opportunity to determine the future of Virginia. With general election and […]

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End of DACA brings concern for some Liberty ‘dreamers’

  Trump administration decision on DACA leaves Liberty students and alumni DACA recipients concerned for their future. Recipients ask fellow Liberty students to remember that they are humans, too. For the past five years, the Obama-era program Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals has prevented almost 800,000 young adults who illegally immigrated to the U.S. as children from being deported. According […]

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“Extraordinary” producer reflects on importance of the film for Cinematic Arts department

  Theatrical premiere of “Extraordinary” allows students to gain real-world experience that could have taken them years to learn in their career. Financing an issue on “Extraordinary,” but Cinematic Arts faculty hopes it will open doors for future funding.   The Cinematic Arts department’s latest achievement “Extraordinary” premiered worldwide on Sept. 6. This week, I sat down with Stephan Schultze, […]

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Liberty Biblical Museum offers insight into Biblical history

  Students who don’t want to wait for the Museum of the Bible to open can visit Liberty’s Biblical Museum. Biblical Museum offers chance for students and public to put biblical events into historical perspective.   Throughout their education, many Liberty University students will find themselves studying the history of Scripture or learning about the ancient civilizations of the Bible. […]

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Steve Green Convocation highlights impact of the Bible throughout history

  Hobby Lobby president spoke in Convocation about Museum of the Bible and the Bible’s impact on the world. Museum opening Nov. 17 utilizes technology to bring Bible to life for visitors. President of Hobby Lobby and chairman of the new Museum of the Bible Steve Green spoke at Liberty University’s Convocation to increase awareness about the Bible and its […]

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Pastors celebrate legacy and impact of late Pastor Adrian Rogers in Convocation

  Panel of pastors discuss legacy of late Pastor Adrian Rogers in Convocation on Sept. 15. Rogers is remembered as a man whose life reflected his teaching. Liberty University celebrated the life and legacy of Adrian Rogers, the former pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee and former president of the Southern Baptist Convention on Sep. 15th at Convocation. […]

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A society for those wanting to learn more about scientific research

  Scientifically minded students can join the Scientific Research Society to prepare for research and participate in peer mentorship. SRS also has a Research Assistant position open for students hoping to help duplicate experiments with professsors. Imagine a group of intelligent students coming together, sharing their own research in biology, chemistry or genetics, mentoring and inspiring each other along the […]

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International Student Center raises cultural awareness with Latin American Open House

  Latin American Open House provides showcase of Hispanic culture for students. International Student Center allows international students opportunities to connect with each other.   Brenda Gonzalez steps towards the world map spanning one of the walls in Liberty University’s International Student Center. She points, her finger hovering over her hometown of Caracas, Venezuela, and begins to explain what makes […]

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Lady Flames Field Hockey burns Villanova for 3-0 victory Saturday

  Lady Flames Field Hockey beats Villanova 3-0 on Saturday to go 2-3 for the season. Strong defense leads to Flames keeping Villanova from scoring.   The Liberty University Field Hockey team (2-3) defeated Villanova University (1-6) 3-0 Saturday, Sept. 16 in Lynchburg, Virginia.   Liberty scored its first goal at the 7th minute when forward Moniek van Aarle took […]

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