Nates Notes

“If (X candidate) becomes president, I’m moving to Canada.” For many years now, people have carelessly tossed around this empty ultimatum. Usually, this claim has little to no weight, as they are back saying the same thing four years later. However, with the glorified circus we have dubbed the 2016 presidential election drawing closer and closer to its November conclusion, […]

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Dinesh D’Souza speaks at Liberty

Author shares fears and concerns about radical Islam and the future of America New York Times bestselling author, political analyst and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza spoke to students Feb. 11 about the dangers surrounding radical Islam and the role of young people in society. D’Souza’s most prominent films are “2016: Obama’s America” and “America.” After an introduction from Adam Ochs, chairman […]

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‘Ben’eficial to America

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson visits Liberty University The words “Win Ben, Win” were written across banners that students unrolled as they clapped and cheered for Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson Wednesday, Nov. 11. Students and guests trickled into the Vines Center after passing through an array of metal detectors and security screenings until the Vines Center reached maximum […]

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Iran tests new missiles

The fears of many are being realized as Iran breaks agreement with America It is one of the most highly contested foreign policy agreements of all time — the Iran nuclear deal. With Congress passing a law granting legislators the power to review and vote “yay” or “nay” on the mutual agreement between Iran and the six most powerful countries […]

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Experts participate in seminar

History Department commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Civil War Liberty University’s 19th Annual Civil War Seminar commemorated the 150th anniversary of the end of the war by focusing on its final year — 1865. The seminar took place March 27-28 and began with an evening banquet and keynote address, followed by a day of lectures by renowned Civil War […]

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Tribute to the Armed Forces

Office of Military Affairs hosts time of appreciation for service members Liberty University held its yearly Military Emphasis Week (MEW) Nov. 3-11 to honor current members of the military as well as veterans. The week kicked off Nov. 3 with the Military Night of Remembrance to honor military members who died in service. Retired U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Oliver […]

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From the Desk

Perhaps you heard about President Barack Obama’s White House remarks this past Thursday. Or maybe you just heard about his tan suit. Either way, Obama definitely made an impression on Americans through his address, although not many were left impressed. During his speech, Obama spoke about the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and his plan for U.S. involvement […]

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