Gubernatorial candidates pitch policies to improve Virginians before Nov. election

Republican, Democratic and Libertarian candidates share their experiences and reasons Virginians should vote for them. Residential voting for the Nov. 7 election is closed, but those registered to vote can still register for an absentee ballot until Oct. 31 at midnight. The most powerful seat in Virginia is up for grabs, and it is not going unnoticed as Democratic incumbent […]

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Start spreading the news as the NYC Fellowship kicks off this summer

NYC Fellowship allows students to live in Manhattan and gain internships in competitive national companies. Fellowship kicks off in summer 2018 with around 15 students after a pilot semester in summer 2017. Many juniors and seniors across Liberty University’s campus are preparing to make New York City their home as the newest internship opportunity, as the New York City Fellowship […]

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Town Hall Meeting answers student questions about campus life

Representatives from Liberty University Dining Services, the Center 4ME, Campus Recreation and Student Affairs answer student questions. Locations of AEDs, diversity concerns and emergency preparedness were some of the topics of conversation. The Dean of Students Town Hall Meeting gave Liberty University students the opportunity to ask questions and pitch ideas to the heads of student-serving offices at Liberty. The […]

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Surveillance camera installed at the Reber-Thomas Dining Hall to catch banana tossers

Student outcry after General Manager of Liberty University Dining Services Duke Davis took bananas off the menu due to students tossing them on the roofs led Davis to return them. With new surveillance camera, Davis says he has caught several banana tossers on camera and asks that they turn themselves in. General Manager of Liberty University Dining Services Duke Davis […]

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Lynchburg Police Department helps citizens “Know Your Rights”

Informational meeting gives citizens guidance on how to act in situations like vehicular wreck and traffic stops routines. Members of the Lynchburg Police Department say they strive for a good relationship with their community. More than 50 people gathered in the Miller Center Tuesday, Oct. 17 for an informational meeting hosted by the Lynchburg Police Department to learn about civilian […]

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Liberty students from California reflect on wildfires affecting their state

Northern California sees the most destructive in the state’s history, killing at least 42 and causing nearly 100,000 to evacuate. Liberty students from California hope that revival comes to Sonoma County as people in the unreached area receive aid from churches. With at least 42 people dead and 6,000 homes destroyed, the wine country fires devastated more than 250,000 acres […]

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Liberty’s new G5 campaign puts spotlight on Rwanda

G5 campaign focuses on five areas of a selected country each year and offers way for students to serve that nation. The pilot G5 campaign focuses on Rwanda, a landlocked nation still recovering from a 1994 genocide.   During the fall 2017 Global Focus Week, Liberty University’s Office of Spiritual Development launched G5, a campaign that supports and promotes a […]

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Virginia Lieutenant Gubernatorial race focuses on healthcare and economic viability

Race between Republican Jill Vogel and Democrat Justin Fairfax for lieutenant governor of Virginia one of could unseat one of Democrats in the top five state positions. Vogel spoke at Liberty University’s Convocation on Oct. 18 and previously served as a deputy general counsel at the U.S. Department of Energy. The lieutenant governor position is one of the many being […]

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Liberty begins construction on a South Campus parking lot

Liberty hopes that construction on the parking lot at the South Campus recreational fields is completed by mid-November. Tailgating at South Campus may soon use actual tailgates. The recreational fields on South Campus have been paved over to make way for additional parking, generating protest among students. According to Daniel Deter, vice president of Major Construction, the former fields will […]

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Tennis Hall of Famers Speak and Play Tennis at Convocation

John McEnroe, Michael Chang and Andy Roddick shared their testimonies, recounted matches and rivalries and their hopes for the future of tennis with Liberty students. They also played in a “King of the Court” match at Convocation and a PowerShare exhibition that evening. Tennis legends John McEnroe, Michael Chang and Andy Roddick spoke about their experiences in tennis and their […]

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Center for Multicultural Enrichment champions the least of these

Center 4 ME and LU Serve host a panel discussing effective methods of outreach and Christian views on orphan care. According to UNICEF, there are 140 million orphans around the world. LU Serve, a department that exists to develop champions for Christ through local, domestic and international engagement opportunities, hosted an International Service Engagement workshop on the topic of orphan […]

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Homecoming weekend invites alumni and online students back home

Alumni come home to Liberty to reconnect over food, carnival rides and a football game. As part of the Liberty family, alumni have access to discounts and the Career Center. Last weekend, Liberty University welcomed back several thousand graduates with activities, athletic events and fun for the whole family during homecoming weekend Oct. 13-14. Alumni from all over the world […]

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School of Government renames and revamps their Pre-Law program

Former Western Legal Traditions degree is now the Law and Policy – Pre-law. Flexible degree will be taught by government and law school professors to provide students with the tools to succeed in law school. The Helms School of Government renamed and remolded its pre-law program to better prepare students for law school and beyond. According to Assistant Professor of […]

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