Red Tie positions

MUSIC — Students can build portfolios through the non-profit organization. Photo provided

In 2009, the Red Tie Music Company began offering Liberty University students many different opportunities designed to improve their résumés, and it is now seeking students for summer positions. The organization is called Red Tie, in memory of Jerry Falwell’s favorite tie. Erin Schroeder, a manager at the company, said …

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Kirk awarded for teaching excellence


Dr. Jerry Falwell Sr. not only believed in “training champions for Christ,” but he also desired to train leaders in all discipline areas, student faith, thought and character. Thus, the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching was created. This award recognizes teachers who have promoted significant student learning that is …

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Bridge develops

Candler’s Mtn. Road will open soon After two years of having one lane on the bridge of Candler’s Mountain Road by Mayflower Drive, renovation is nearing completion, as thousands of family members and friends are expected in Lynchburg for Liberty University’s commencement ceremony. According to Paula Jones, the media contact …

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Liberty students prepare for future

Graduation day—Saturday, May 11 — is fast approaching, and the pressure is on for seniors to figure out what exactly they want to do for the rest of their lives. Although the question of their career choice will no doubt plague the minds of seniors in the nights to come, …

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At least I can walk

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Jenny walks with a slight limp toward the table. Her naturally curly, dark brown hair is about shoulder length now and her eyelashes and eyebrows have grown back. We chose to meet at Jazzman’s cafe, but it is too noisy with blenders grinding in the background. I suggest that we …

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Enosis movement begins

Music — Students collaborated to make the album. Photo credit: Jake Mitchell

The project, entitled “Enosis,” which is the Greek for “union,” is a collaboration of talent amongst Liberty University songwriters, according to the group’s Facebook page.

“With Enosis, we can provide an opportunity for students to collaborate on a personal level with music […]

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Liberty student starts Mom’s Life ministry

Charlee Tchividjian reaches out to single mothers in the Greenfield area to mentor them through life’s struggles They meet in a small back room in a building off the aptly named Church Street. Greetings fly across the room as the women find seats and joke good-naturedly. Billy Graham would be …

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Students present ideas at Shark Tank

business — Smart Parking took home first place. Photo credit: Abby Kourkounakis

Liberty University students of various majors presented their company ideas to be picked apart by a panel of judges in hopes of getting an investment at Shark Tank. This event was held by the Association of Marketing Professionals (AMP) Monday, April 22. At Shark Tank, an event based on the …

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Summer elections

Democrat primary election is scheduled for June 11 Virginia’s primary elections are scheduled to take place May 7 for the Republicans and June 11 for the Democrats. During this time, candidates will be nominated for the November general election. Liberty alumnus Zach Martin is running in the Bedford County Republican …

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