Diversity Symposium Shares Contextualizing Apologetics with Students

The Center for Multicultural Enrichment and the Center for Apologetics and Cultural Engagement hosted more than 250 students in the Science Hall auditorium to hear from well-educated speakers about diversity Feb. 1. These organizations held the Diversity Symposium to talk about contextualizing apologetics and discuss Christianity with contextualization. The goal of the night for the Center for Apologetics and Cultural […]

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Controversial Legislation Divides SGA

Liberty University Student Government Association is experiencing division as the House of Delegates has been trying to pass taboo and controversial bills, many of which directly contradict the Liberty Way. Among the resolutions that were proposed last semester was one to allow foul language, another to allow drinking off campus and another that would allow consumption of tobacco products. These […]

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Suicide and the Church

As Christians seek to find out more information regarding mental illness and suicide prevention in their churches, Liberty University partnered with Lifeway Research and the American Association of Christian Counselors in the fall of 2017 to survey how local churches address suicide. Lifeway Research surveyed pastors and laypeople to comprehensively report on this issue in local Protestant churches. Liberty’s Provost […]

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Outdoor Recreation to hold Wilderness First Responder Course

The Outdoor Recreation Department is holding a Wilderness First Responder course March 17-25, during Liberty’s spring break, that will help teach safety and first aid to the sizable community of hikers on Liberty’s campus. Lynchburg, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, is in a region rich with mountain treks and breathtaking landscape views. With this opportunity comes an increased risk […]

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The Wolfs Lead an Inspirational Convocation Through a Message of Hope

Liberty University welcomed to Wednesday’s Convocation Jay and Katherine Wolf, who spent their time on stage giving students a message of unwavering hope and recovery that they proclaimed is available to all through Jesus Christ. The Wolfs’ message of hope was tied to their testimony that they shared to students at Convocation and centered around a sudden, life-altering event which […]

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Bible Resource Center Provides Biblical Articles to the World

The Liberty University Bible Resource Center, an online database with hundreds of articles on biblical topics, launched Wednesday, Jan. 24, as a free resource for pastors and laypeople across the globe. Currently, the Bible Resource Center contains more than 200 articles as a part of the SWORD Project — an undertaking started by Harold Willmington, the dean of Willmington School […]

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Liberty Student Wins NRA Youth Leadership Award

Liberty University student Riley Hayes won the Youth Leadership Award from the National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action after months of determined work and was recognized Jan. 13, 2018 in Washington, D.C. when he accepted his award. Hayes worked independently for five months before putting together a team of six members that went door-to-door on weekends, asking residents questions […]

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Here’s what happened at Liberty over Christmas break

WinterFest Thousands gathered in the Vines Center Dec. 30-31 for the 16th annual WinterFest, closing out the year with two days of performances by highly acclaimed Christian entertainers. According to Liberty News Service, the 16 acts that performed over the two-day event included Crowder, Skillet, Andy Mineo and illusionist Justin Flom. Two screenings of the not-yet-released film, “I Can Only Imagine,” were held in the Center […]

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Liberty Hosts Big South Research Symposium

Liberty University will be hosting the eighth annual Big South Undergraduate Research Symposium April 13 – 14 where hundreds of students from multiple regional schools in the Big South Conference will be presenting their work for faculty judging and cash prizes. The Big South aims to encourage undergraduate students to pursue academic excellence through research. For many, the first thought […]

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SGA passes multiple resolutions, but fails to pass big changes to Liberty Way

In April of last year, at the height of campaign week of Liberty University’s student body elections, soon-to-be elected Student Body President Caleb Johnson and Vice President Jared Cave drove home a campaign message of bringing practical, small-scale changes to campus. These type of feasible changes, they said – like continuing to update the Liberty Today app and fighting for more meal swipe options at Dunkin’ Donuts – make the biggest impact on the lifestyle of Liberty […]

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