Liberty VP Hine Speaks Out Against Liberty Way Changes

As controversial legislation floats around Liberty’s Student Government Association, many debates have arisen, but Vice President of Student Affairs Mark Hine is confident in the firm foundation of Liberty University. Recently, SGA has proposed resolutions to the Liberty Way that would allow off-campus responsible drinking, foul language in moderation and usage of tobacco products. Hine, who believes any of these […]

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Liberty’s Cinematic Arts Dept. Addresses the “Trump Prophecies” Film

It was officially announced Jan. 26 that the Liberty University Cinematic Arts department would be working on a feature film getting national theatrical release. “Commander” comes after the program’s first feature film “Extraordinary,” and a series of short films. “Commander” is an adaptation of the book “The Trump Prophecies.” The film, which is slated to be released in October, is […]

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Magical Opportunities Await Students at the Disney College Program

Talk to any Liberty student who graduated from the Disney College Program about their experience at Disney, and they will probably use the word “magic” at least once in the conversation. Steven Honaker certainly will. The senior digital media, social networking and interactive media major spent the fall 2017 semester working at Disney World alongside other college students from around […]

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Broadway Actress Gives Music Students Performance Advice

What if you had the chance to learn from the actress who has played Mrs. Potts from the Broadway show “Beauty and the Beast”? Seven Liberty University music and theatre students had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity on Monday night (Feb 5) from 5:30-7:30 p.m. to receive instruction from Jeanne Lehman French, an internationally recognized singer and Broadway actress. French has an […]

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Construction continues on Williams Stadium in preparation for commencement

With Commencement approaching and an estimated 6,000 graduates to walk, Liberty University Planning and Construction hopes to have Williams Stadium ready. The stadium is currently undergoing construction with the massive expansion allowing for 6,000 more seats and a new appearance.  The expansion will also include more amenities, concessions, restroom facilities and wireless internet throughout the whole stadium. Vice President of […]

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Flames Scorch Winthrop 77-61

Having never trailed throughout the match, the Liberty University men’s basketball team took home an impressive win over Winthrop University 77-61 Thursday, Feb. 1, at the Vines Center. Liberty (14-10, 5-6 Big South) played with a noteworthy effort to drop Winthrop (13-9, 7-4 Big South) for the second time this season, sweeping them for the first time since 2003-04. The […]

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Residence Life Unveils New Independent Housing Program

Liberty University upperclassmen will have the opportunity to experience on-campus living with certain off-campus freedoms through the Office of Residence Life’s Independent Housing Program for the 2018-2019 academic year. Students accepted into the pilot program will live on East 40 or 41 and will be exempt from curfew checks and cleanliness checks. The program offers accepted students the same apartment-style […]

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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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