Egyptian conflicts remain unresolved

For those who think “tyranny” is a dusty term last spoken in reference to the American Revolution, think again. Examples of tyranny can be found throughout the world, even in what are now considered free countries with established constitutions. One particular modern-day country fighting back against its tyrannical government is populous Egypt. Egypt has faced a prolonged period of revolution […]

Read more

Aviation sends off pilots for missions

The School of Aeronautics graduated six students prepared to fly for the cause of spreading the gospel The Liberty University School of Aeronautics graduated its fourth Aircraft Maintenance Training School (AMTS) class Aug. 9. Six of those 20 graduates are moving on to become missionary pilots for Flying Mission Services (FMS) in Botswana where operations can be difficult. Limited resources, […]

Read more

Liberty mourns loss

Beloved, 23-year-old Liberty University student, Sarah McKeown died peacefully in her sleep Saturday, Aug. 17, just days before returning to Liberty, Vice President of Communications Executive Projects and Spiritual Programs Johnnie Moore said. McKeown was heavily involved at Liberty as a graphic design major and a member of both the marching band and the crew team. According to Dr. Stephen […]

Read more

The roadtrip of a lifetime

A group of seven students from Liberty University went on the Roadtrip of a Lifetime (ROALT) this summer in a Liberty van for one month. During this time they documented the beauty of God’s creation while spreading the gospel through music. “For the past four years I have just been finding pictures online of beautiful places that I wanted to […]

Read more

Garden gives campus fresh vegetables

Liberty’s new 70-acre facility will give students a space to develop new skills by growing their own produce A new recreational opportunity became available to students this summer. Liberty University developed a 70-acre tract of land where students may enjoy farming and agriculture. Nestled in a residential area off of Sunnymeade Road sits Liberty’s campus garden, which opened in the […]

Read more

Equestrian team hosts tryouts

As an official club sport, the Liberty Women’s Equestrian Team is preparing before competitions begin Equestrian enthusiasts will soon take up their saddles and compete for a spot on the new women’s club team, the most recent expansion to Liberty’s club sports program. Caroline Trexler, barn manager and head coach of the equestrian team, said students have wanted to create […]

Read more

Student Activities hosts annual Block Party

7eventh Time Down and Red played a live performance Saturday night for both new and returning students As the new semester began, students navigated a busy week, which included Spiritual Emphasis Week as well as regularly scheduled classes, at Liberty University. While students remained active, Student Activities members organized the annual fall kick-off event, the Block Party. Liberty students, faculty […]

Read more

LU weighs in

The LaHaye Student Union is expanding the selection of programs offered by bringing a new weight management program to Liberty University. This program, running from Aug. 19 – Dec. 13, is based on goals and accountability. Those who are involved in the program will have the opportunity to meet monthly with one of the trainers from the LaHaye Student Union, […]

Read more

Alumna puts knowledge to use

When Liberty University graduate student Amanda Jacobsen accepted an internship with Leftfield Pictures in New York City in March, she never imagined that she would end up working in casting. Looking back on a summer of work in the company’s casting department, Jacobsen recalled the set of circumstances that led to her eye-opening opportunity to work with shows such as […]

Read more

Flames claim 11th Sasser Cup

During the fall and spring 2012 and 2013 athletic seasons, Liberty teams claimed 10 of 18 Big South Conference championships, a feat that ultimately helped Liberty secure its 11th Sasser Cup. This is Liberty’s sixth consecutive year bringing home the award, which is the longest streak in Big South history. According bigsouthsports.com, the Sasser Cup is given to the school […]

Read more

Freshmen Facts

1. The average high school GPA of all undergraduate, resident freshmen is 3.35, an increase from 3.34 in 2012. 2. The number one major of undergraduate, resident freshmen is nursing. Second is business. Third is communication studies. Fourth is education, and fifth is psychology. 3. The furthest country an undergraduate, resident freshman student has come from is Indonesia. 4. 27,235 […]

Read more

Women’s field hockey travels overseas

Liberty student athletes carry the gospel to Uganda on a missions trip Lady Flames field hockey players and coaches traveled to Uganda this summer with the purpose of spreading the gospel. According to Erin Dombach, a sophomore field hockey player, the team spent more than two weeks of the summer distributing clothing and starting sports clinics overseas. The Center for […]

Read more

IT partners with Atomic Learning

Students now have the opportunity to watch free tutorials online to help them learn new computer programs This semester, Liberty University’s Information Technology (IT) department is providing a brand new opportunity for students and staff members to learn how to use computer programs and social media websites. The department, along with the Center for Curriculum Development and the Center for […]

Read more
1 2 3