Rot Theme Night Takes Students to the Caribbean

Coconuts and cruises, reefs and reggae, beaches and boats – all these come to mind with the word Caribbean. The Caribbean Student Association (CSA), recently founded by sophomore Benjamin Moultrie-Grant, stepped into the spotlight with its partnership with the Reber-Thomas Dining Hall for the Caribbean Cruise Night on Tuesday, April 17. Its own Painting in Paradise event that will occur […]

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LU Shepherd Doug Damon Reflects on God’s Provision in His Life

Vitriolic.  Hateful.  Venomous.   These words should never describe someone’s upbringing, and yet they are just three of the words used by LU Shepherd Douglas Damon to convey his childhood home.  Coming from the turbulent home life of his childhood and to his life now as an on-campus minister to Liberty University students, Damon has experienced the extraordinary things that […]

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“Commander” Movie Production Moves Forward

Cinematic arts students are experiencing a special opportunity to work on Liberty’s fifth feature film project, set to be released Oct. 2 to 1,200 theaters.   The film, “Commander,” is under the direction of Stephan Schultze, the executive director of the cinematic arts program. Schultze has worked in Hollywood on several major motion pictures.   According to Schultze, the director […]

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Big Fish Splashes onto Tower Theater Stage

You can only see 10 percent of an iceberg above water – the majority of it remains hidden in murky uncertainty underneath the water. In Alluvion Stage Company’s production of “Big Fish,” which is running at Tower Theater until May 6, the character Will Bloom compares his traveling salesman father, Edward, to an iceberg with unknown depths. Growing up, Will […]

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Students build houses and relationships with Habitat for Humanity

In one Liberty student’s eyes, working on a Habitat for Humanity house over spring break was just as much about building relationships as it was building a home. Junior and Lynchburg native Tristan DeWitt spent Thursday and Friday of spring break working with other Habitat for Humanity volunteers constructing a house for a Lynchburg family. He and other Liberty students […]

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Seniors Show off Their Work at Art Exhibit

In an exhibition that will light up any underclassman’s creative embers, the Liberty University studio art majors are having their senior exhibition “ until April 25.   The senior exhibition features artwork of various kinds: photographs, drawings and paintings, jewelry, pottery and sculptures.  Some artists enjoy classic art, drawing and painting, while others prefer a more diverse medium such as […]

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