A cinematic showcase

Cinematic arts department set to open showcase honoring students’ work Cinematic Arts students are reeling with excitement over this year’s student showcase. Liberty University’s Cinematic Arts program will be holding its annual student showcase to proudly display the works of over 50 seniors graduating from the Cinematic Arts program. The student showcase will take place  May 3-5 in the former […]

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Running for a cause

Diverse group of runners do fundraising race to end human trafficking A 12-year-old ran across the finish line. Moments later, his 15-year-old sister put on a burst of speed to pass a college graduate by a hair. Others straggled in – college students, parents jogging with strollers and even a man on a unicycle. A diverse community ran and walked […]

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Firebrand for justice

Judge Jeanine Pirro addresses Liberty Law School for special event Liberty University’s School of Law and Young America’s Foundation hosted the event, “Who Needs Feminism?” in the Supreme Court building April 25. The featured speaker for the event was Judge Jeanine Pirro from Fox News, who has a lot of experience in the political field, running for senator and state […]

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Facing the real world

Resources available for students getting ready to step out of college As the semester comes to an end and graduation draws nearer, seniors begin to feel both the excitement and fear of the unknown. Whether they have jobs or internships lined up, graduates are about to make the transition from college life into the real world. Brittany Shearin was in […]

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‘Dreamcoat’ dazzles

Alluvion’s latest production sweeps away audiences in a flash of colors With bright lights, high-energy dance numbers and a soundtrack featuring a wide range of musical style, Liberty University’s Tower Theater, in partnership with Alluvian Stage Company, opened its run of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” April 28. The musical, directed by Linda Nell Cooper, gives a unique spin […]

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Farewell to the Annex

Students remember the unique community at the Residential Annex After countless semesters offering Liberty students a taste of off-campus life, the Residential Annex is finally closing its dorms at the end of the Spring 2017 semester. With the campusreceiving extra housing in Fall 2017, the Annex will no longer be needed. Nevertheless, many students will miss the Annex, and it […]

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Screaming to the heavens

Metal bands perform at Liberty to reach a particular student subculture “Christian metal.” Two words that could not seem more antithetical to some people. Yet three bands came to Liberty University Friday night, April 21 to break the mold of Christian culture, and to reach the unseen culture. Liberty’s usual hipsters, preppies and bohemians were nowhere to be seen as […]

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Lynchstock keeps singing

Lynchstock music festival celebrates fifth year, works around bad weather Rainy weather could not put a damper on the attendees’ excitement for the fifth Lynchstock music festival that took place at Riverfront Park April 22 in downtown Lynchburg. This event showcased local bands and artists on five different stages with performances continuing until the outdoor component of Lynchstock ended early […]

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Taking on taekwondo

Liberty taekwondo team has successful year of competitions, takes home gold Liberty University’s taekwondo team has been sparring its way through competitions throughout the 2016-2017 school year. Most recently, the team competed in the National Collegiate Taekwondo Association (NCTA) in San Diego, California April 1-2. Freshman Thomas Siff took home a gold medal. Liberty University’s taekwondo team officially became a […]

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A photographic memory

2016-2017 Liberty yearbook captures memories of the school year’s events As the school year draws to a close and students get ready for the summer, Liberty University prepares to release its $35 2016-2017 yearbook for those wishing to relive the school’s most exciting events and achievements of the past academic year. While this year’s publication will highlight the accomplishments of […]

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Playing the devil’s role

Former Liberty student lands role as female portrayal of Satan in new film The Christian film “40 Nights” featuring former Liberty University student Rebecca Lawlor earned four nominations from the International Christian Film Festival, one of the largest Christian film festivals in the world. The film received nominations for Best Picture, Most Inspirational, Best Lead Actor and Best Musical Score. […]

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Once upon a runway

Annual FACS fashion show displays student talent while helping the community Candlelight flickered from the grand staircase. Ivy wrapped around the white banisters. Green and blue stage lighting resembled soft, romantic moonlight as models took to the stage for the 11th annual Family & Consumer Science (FACS) Fashion Show Saturday, April 9. The theme for the 31 designers to work […]

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A culmination of four years

SADA seniors display artwork and reflect on their undergraduate studies A variety of student artwork circulates through the Liberty University Art Gallery every semester. The gallery, which moved from DeMoss Hall and is now located in Green Hall 1855, has allowed Liberty students and visitors to admire works of fine and modern art since 2009. Many of these pieces have […]

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Journey to Israel

Organization run by former dean of Liberty School of Law gives students the chance to visit the Holy Land When close to 50 college students gathered at the John F. Kennedy airport one January afternoon, few had met each other in person before. But they would be off on the adventure of a lifetime in a few short hours which […]

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