Feeling jazzy

Student Activities hosted a CD-release concert Tuesday, Sept. 27 in the LaHaye Event Space for Liberty University graduate student David Duque’s five-song jazz album, “Music by David Duque.” Duque is from Dallas, Texas and is currently studying pastoral counseling. Duque began his time on stage by expressing his gratitude to all those who helped him through the process of creating […]

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Concert fills Vines

Newsboys lead vocalist Michael Tait visits alma mater, performs for CFAW Liberty alumnus and Christian singer Michael Tait stepped onto the stage in the Vines Center Saturday, April 11 no longer a student. But Tait was not just visiting for mere pleasure, Tait had come to perform and to preach the message of Jesus Christ. Tait was accompanied by his […]

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Uphill battle

5K race will present challenges Dedicated to bringing exciting events to the Liberty University community, Student Activities (SA) has implemented several different races and marathons throughout the school year. Each race varies in length and offers students of every background the opportunity to get outdoors and challenge themselves physically. The half-mile run is a new race set to take place […]

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Weekend getaways

Student Activities offers trips for those needing to take a break from studies Everyday adventurers and couch potatoes alike are invited to outdoor excursions hosted by Student Activities (SA) every semester. Liberty students around campus recognize the SA staff and volunteers as those who plan a myriad of on-campus events such as Coffeehouse. Long hours and many cups of coffee […]

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SA @ Nite

In celebration of the decade that capitalized on cartoons, boy bands and sitcoms, Liberty’s Office of Student Activities (SA) is hard at work preparing for the upcoming SA @ Nite event. The ’90s-themed, approved late-night activity is set to take place Jan. 23 from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Lahaye Event Space. Promising root beer floats, board games, […]

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Late night festivities

SA welcomes students back with games and prizes The Schilling Center, generally filled with pickup basketball players and others spending their Friday nights at the gym, transformed with tons of games and music blaring from the speakers for the Back to School Bash Jan. 16. Inflatable games such as laser tag and the wrecking ball — a game of balance […]

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Fall festival fun

SA hosts a day full of activities and food at Camp Hydaway Student Activities (SA) held Liberty University’s annual Fall Festival at Camp Hydaway Saturday, Oct. 18, attracting students and members of the community for an afternoon of food, crafts, games and contests. This year’s event took place at Camp Hydaway after being held at the Equestrian Center for the […]

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Gear up

For the second year in a row, Liberty University’s Student Activities (SA) team has put together an Adventure Challenge. All students are welcome to participate Saturday, Sept. 6. According to Associate Director of SA Joshua Yeoman, the challenge consists of four different activities —kayaking, running, a team log carry and an obstacle course. Yeoman said these events will take place […]

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‘Come Together’ at Coffeehouse

From The Beatles to One Direction, Liberty let the British invade the Vines Center Saturday, March 29 When the doors of the Vines Center opened an hour before showtime Saturday, March 29, students eagerly pushed their way to the front of the line and quickly filled the stadium to enjoy Student Activities’ (SA) British Invasion Coffeehouse. As they waited in […]

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Liberty welcomes Switchfoot

Switchfoot performs fan favorites and songs from their new album “Fading West” Fans quickly filled the space in front of the stage at Thomas Road Baptist Church (TRBC) at 7 p.m., an hour before the Switchfoot concert began, Friday, Feb. 21. Student Activities (SA) hosted a concert featuring Switchfoot as one of the main events for the first College for […]

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Teams conquer quest

Hill City Hunt encourages team building and friendship Students gathered at the Tilley Student Center Saturday, Feb. 1 to participate in the fifth annual Hill City Hunt hosted by Student Activities (SA). Every year, the hunt allows students the opportunity to explore the sites around Lynchburg, ranging from Ivy Lake to Camp Hydaway, according to sophomore and SA volunteer Jasmine […]

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