Sep 21, 2010

Female steps up as president

by Omar Adams
Bethany Davis was sworn in as the new student body president Sept. 13, becoming the first female student president in Liberty University’s history. The moment came after former president Tim Leong stepped down earlier in the week.

Keep Talking

by Jonathan Parker
Lynchburg and Liberty University leaders will meet in the coming weeks to iron out a proposal for placing a pedestrian bridge over Wards Road.

Getting back to the basics

by Melinda Zosh
Thomas Jefferson often traveled to Poplar Forest, located just miles away from Lynchburg, to escape from his other home, Monticello, in Charlottesville.

Values Voter Summit unites conservatives

by Katie Bell
A small group of Liberty students, faculty and administration had the opportunity to listen to and meet prominent members of the Republican Party at the Value Voters Summit over the weekend in Washington, D.C.

SPC Mitch Roberson Student fights obstacles at home and abroad

by Cat Hewett
Roanoke native Specialist (SPC) Mitch Roberson always wanted to follow in his grandfather’s footsteps and join the Army.

Seeking a safe haven

by Ashley Bollinger
For the past two years Dr. Timothy Brophy and Dr. Norman Reichenbach of Liberty University have been feverishly pursuing what they perceive to be the war between Plethodon Hubrichti and Plethodon Cinereus.

Seeing the Unseen

by Crystal A. Heavner
Invisible Children Offers Students a Face-to-Face Encounter with Uganda Students clad in various styles and colors of Invisible children T-shirts sat fixed in their seats, their eyes glued to a strong, young Ugandan named Grace.

Clayton King new campus pastor

by Taylor Overhultz
For six years, Clayton King has been reaching Liberty students with his down-home southern humor and passion for the Gospel. This year, King’s presence on campus will be more frequent as he fills the role of campus pastor on Wednesday nights.