Sodexo Gives Back to Lynchburg Community for Thanksgiving

  Sodexo hosts food drive for Liberty students to donate to, and Duke Davis will match the contributions. Donations will go to Lynchburg Daily Bread, which gives hot meals every day of the year for Lynchburg’s homeless.   This Thanksgiving, Sodexo and Liberty University are continuing their annual tradition of giving back to the city of Lynchburg through food donations […]

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Lynchburg Café Hosts Concert to Raise Money for Skatepark

Lynchburg skating community raises awareness and funds to help keep Rotary Centennial Riverfront Skatepark open. Keeping the skatepark open can benefit downtown community as well as skaters, skatepark activists argue. The White Hart Café hosted a concert featuring two local bands to benefit Lynchburg’s Rotary Centennial Riverfront Skatepark Friday, Nov. 3. The concert, where bands Xenith and SIN performed, raised […]

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New Athletic Center unites athletics and academics for cutting-edge center

New Liberty Athletic Center allows athletes a space to train, receive tutoring, attend to injuries and nap in down time. The Athletic Center brings space, natural light and some of the newest technology to the new athletic facility to care for students. The Liberty University Athletics Department opened its new Athletics Center, a 60,000 square foot one-stop-shop for all things […]

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Liberty students gain real-world experience with bioterrorism simulation

Bio-terror attack simulation allows students to network and receive hands-on experience and agencies the opportunity to practice their response. The simulation allows students from various departments such as public health, criminal justice and biology to come together and learn. The Lynchburg Fire Department responded to a call Saturday, Nov. 4 at the Liberty University indoor track and field facility to […]

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New CERE partners learning with industry experience

Center for Energy Research and Education allows students to share lab space with local and leading industries. State-of-the-art facility will also hold engineering classes designed to reflect what industry professionals seek from potential employees. Liberty University’s Center for Energy Research and Education, located in Forest, Virginia, opened this fall and will help Liberty grow its research portfolio by partnering with […]

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Military Emphasis Week to honor soldiers and their families

Military Emphasis Week features a hockey game, football game, Veteran’s Day Parade and special Military Appreciation Convocation. Students have opportunities to participate by praying for fallen soldiers and their families and collecting food to send to soldiers in the Middle East.   Liberty University Office of Military Affairs is hosting the first LU Military Emphasis Week, Nov. 4-11, since it […]

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Law School partners with VLAS to allow students to represent real-life clients

Third-year Liberty School of Law students can represent clients who need financial assistance in partnership with the Virginia Legal Aid Society. Students can also participate in the Law School’s Prosecution Clinic and Constitutional Litigation Clinic for real-world experience. A new partnership between the Liberty University School of Law and Virginia Legal Aid Society is bringing hands-on experience of representing clients […]

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Jonathan Martin banned from Liberty’s campus due to security concerns

Christian author who criticized Liberty for Jerry Falwell’s political stance was escorted from a JOHNNYSWIM concert on campus on Oct. 30. Both Jonathan Martin and Jerry Falwell have taken to the mainstream media to explain their actions.   It has been 11 days since evangelical speaker and writer Jonathan Martin posted his initial series of scathing Tweets about Liberty University. […]

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Scaramucci addresses faith, politics and his time at the White House at Convocation

While speaking at Convocation, Scaramucci addressed his working-class background, business experience, faith and time at the White House. Scaramucci answered questions from Jerry Falwell and students about trade and getting involved in politics. Former White House Communications Director and financer Anthony Scaramucci spoke at Convocation Wednesday, Nov. 1 about his experience in Washington, his personal background and gave his advice […]

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Delegates tackle community issues in electoral fight for Liberty’s voting district

Incumbent Republican Delegate T. Scott Garrett and Democratic candidate Natalie Short hope to represent needs and concerns of members of Virginia’s 23rd District. Economic growth, Medicaid, strengthening education and employment growth are issues the candidates hope to address if elected in November. The Nov. 7 elections are hitting close to home, as the seat for the Delegate of the 23rd […]

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Conference focused on human identity is hosted at Liberty

Keystone lecture will take place Monday, Nov. 6 from 6-7:30 p.m. Conference looks to tackle issues about Christian theological perspective of human sexuality   Apologetics and Cultural Engagement is hosting its second annual Next Gen Apologetics conference Nov. 6-7 to educate students on modern human identity issues.   The keystone lecture of the conference, “Human Identity: How Do Our Desires […]

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