From the Desk


In the world of sports and fandom, competition forces disagreement, and arguments abound. But on Sunday, Jan. 25, those arguments seemed to fall to the side as people across the nation marveled at the accomplishments of one man — Coach Mike Krzyzewski. Though he already passed his mentor and former …

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Tich’s Take


All it took was a blocked kick. And a backup quarterback. And a clutch field goal. And beating an undefeated team on the road. OK, so maybe it took a lot. Either way, Liberty football is finally playoff-bound for the first time in school history. Since joining the Football Championship …

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Judaic Studies moved

history — Artifacts from the museum in the library. Photo credit: Charae McQueen

After years of being hidden in the back of DeMoss Hall, the Center for Judaic Studies (CJS) has been moved to the Jerry Falwell Library, allowing students easier access. According to Dr. J. Randall Price, the executive director for the Center of Judaic Studies, the move was a decision made by […]

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Remembering the Civil War

fight for freedom — Speaker Dr. James Robertson will give a speech entitled “How the Civil War Still Lives.” Photo provided

The History Department will host the 18th annual seminar April 4-5 in DeMoss Hall Liberty University’s History Department will be hosting a Civil War seminar April 4 and 5 with keynote speaker Dr. James Robertson. This is the 18th year that Liberty has had a Civil War seminar, according to …

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Center4ME celebrates MLK day

LEADERSHIP — Martin Luther King, Jr.’s role in the civil rights movement has not been forgotten. Google Images

Liberty’s Center for Multicultural Enrichment (Center4ME) hosted its annual event celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Jan. 20.

As students, faculty and the Lynchburg community gathered in Towns Auditorium to reflect on the accomplishments and struggles that King…

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