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Why Writing Helps Me Think

“I write because I don’t know what I think until I read what I say.” -Flannery O’Connor The first time I heard this quote during my junior year as an undergraduate student, I felt like all my emotions about writing collided in one sentence. This was everything I had been feeling and didn’t know I…

Taking Ownership of Your Education

An Advisor’s Perspective “Maybe I should go see my advisor” is a statement I heard a senior say recently on campus. As a Professional Advisor I’ve heard a range of comments on the subject from “I love my advisor, they’re so helpful!” to the one I overheard the other day. Many times, I’ve encountered students…

The Scariest Thing Known to Writers

If you’ve ever tried to write a paper (or a poem, a song, a story … a blog post), you know: the absolute scariest thing a writer can see is a blank page. You’ve been there. It’s 6:00 on Friday night, and your paper is due at 11:59. So here you are, sitting at your…

How to Get Hired After College

It’s a question nearly every employer is asked by job applicants:  “What do you look for when making hiring decisions?” In one word:  Experience. To a recent college graduate, that might sound unfair.  After all, how can you build experience until you land a job, and how can you land a job if you don’t…

Working Well in Groups

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work “Teamwork makes the dream work” might be your LAST thought when assigned a group project, especially a virtual group project*. I recently heard several students speak about their frustration with trying to organize, attend and contribute to virtual group projects. Beyond the challenges with internet connections and finding time to…

Research Week 2021

Research at Liberty If you’ve ever wandered through DeMoss Hall, chances are you’ve probably noticed the wall across from the CASAS Lobby that is covered in graphics and information about research. You’ve glanced at the displays showcasing undergraduate students’ research projects, admiring the ingenuity that each project portrays. Perhaps you’ve been intrigued or amazed by…

Liberty as a Greenhouse

Meet Lisa Wycoff My name is Lisa Wycoff and I am from Colorado. I am the Professional Advisor for Undecided and Technical Students and teach University 101 (UNIV). I have been married for 28 years and have five stunning children. Blaine and Claire already graduated from Liberty, Olivia will graduate in December, and my twin…

Creating Your LinkedIn Profile

Up to 87% of available jobs are not posted in job forums. Discouraged by that? Don’t be! LinkedIn has taken center stage in the world of networking. Over 95% of recruiters use LinkedIn to find their next employee. More than ever, you need to mindfully craft your online professional brand. LinkedIn provides a unique “all…

A Day in the Life of a Nursing Tutor

Hello, my name is Katie, and I am a tutor here at Liberty. I am a second-semester junior in the nursing program, and this is my fourth semester tutoring for CASAS. This blog is going to talk about my Tuesday schedule. Morning I wake up to my alarm going off at around 6:45 am. If…

Faith Based Sanctification

The reason I entitled this article “Faith Based Sanctification,” and felt compelled to write on the topic, is because a seemingly-harmless teaching of spiritual growth (sanctification) has crept its way into the minds of many Christians. The teaching has the appearance of sheep skin, but inwardly it is as ravenous as a wolf (Mt. 7:15)….

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