History is made: Flames defeat UMass Minutemen to go 11-0 for first time in program history

The undefeated Liberty Flames approached their Nov. 18 meeting against UMass well aware of the opportunity to make history. No Liberty football team had ever won 11 games, and all that stood between the Flames and the monumental feat was the 3-8 UMass Minutemen.  But even with an unblemished record this late in the season, it couldn’t be forgotten that […]

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Thanksgiving returns to Reber-Thomas dining center

To celebrate the upcoming holiday, Thanksgiving, the Reber-Thomas Dining Center will be hosting Friendsgiving Nov. 14 from 5-8 p.m. Traditional Thanksgiving foods will be served, including turkey, glazed ham, mashed potatoes, herbed stuffing, green beans and sweet potato casserole for dinner. For dessert, the Bake Shop will be serving an assortment of pies and other treats. According to Shelby Burton, […]

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CFAW students show creativity through worship

Liberty University’s School of Music hosted its annual Worship Lifestyle Competition during College for a Weekend (CFAW) from Sept. 21-22. The competition was created in partnership with the Recruitment office to encourage prospective students to express their lifestyle of worship through speaking, writting and musical talents. The competition also served to introduce students to the School of Music and Liberty […]

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Spanish professor prepares for LUSI trip in summer 2024

Hands-on cultural immersion, unforgettable homestays and valuable internship opportunities are just some of the ways in which the Liberty University Spanish Institute (LUSI) has been equipping students with the mission of spreading the gospel to all tribes and nations for the past 23 years.  The primary organizer and director of LUSI’s upcoming summer 2024 trip is Professor James Grant, an […]

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LU interdisciplinary studies program allows students to combine different areas of studies

Did you know that Liberty offers a degree allowing students to mix and match the subjects they want to study? It is the interdisciplinary studies degree (INDS), and it’s Liberty’s sixth-largest residential program with around 598 students each pursuing their own “personalized” degree built to fit their needs.  The Liberty INDS major offers students who have a broad range of […]

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JFL uses music to help students de-stress, all majors have opportunity to perform for others

Soft classical piano with gentle crescendos and delightful tunes can make a hard night of studying a little bit easier. For the past nine years, students have had the opportunity to share their musical talents with their peers in the library.  In 2014, the Jerry Falwell Library (JFL) began “Instrumental Inspirations,” a program that allows students to play a mini […]

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The Bear Cave

Many places, relics and even people become lost and forgotten throughout history. Their stories are eroded by the river of time meandering through our world. Stretching for hundreds of miles under present-day Italy, the catacombs of Rome preserve many of the stories of those fallen. And part of it has to do with the geology of the tunnels. During the […]

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Urban Education club lends a hand to low-income students

Since the pandemic, learning has only become more difficult for students attending urban and low-income schools. The Urban Education club at Liberty University strives to help where it can in local public schools, along with support from the Student Government Association (SGA) and Beacon of Hope Church.  “We have our meetings open to all education students or anyone who would […]

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In honor of Native American Heritage month LU alumnus and tribal chief testifies to how Christ worked in his life

Everyone has those moments in life when they encounter a crossroads, forcing them to make a decision that will change the trajectory of their life. Chief Reynard Faber and his son Trevor both reflected on this idea after sharing their own experiences at a Native American Heritage Month event.   Indian fried rice, elderberry tea and other tribal delicacies are […]

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English students make their mark on the literary world by publishing past coursework

I’m not good enough for publication.” “Who would want to read my story?” “Why am I even still writing this?”  These thoughts churn in many writers’ minds. But publishing their work might not be as out of reach as they think. Several Liberty students have taken their writing from classes, whether fiction or nonfiction, and used it to accomplish their […]

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Military Appreciation on the Mountain: Several events campus-wide held in honor of Veterans Day

Liberty University is celebrating Military Appreciation Month throughout the month of November to honor veterans’ sacrifices for the United States.  “Liberty University is proud to carry on the tradition of Military Appreciation Month to honor the commitment and personal sacrifices made by our service members, veterans and their families to serve our nation,” Director of Military Affairs Emily Foutz said. […]

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CFAW: Tasting life at Liberty

Prospective students explored Liberty University’s campus during College for a Weekend Nov. 9-11. They had the opportunity to attend Convocation, classes, a hockey game, a football game and more.  According to Liberty’s website, CFAW allows students to spend three days “test-driving” life as a Liberty student, giving attendees a look into the daily life of a student that a typical […]

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The Reindeer Run will be the third race of the Liberty Mountain Trail Series

Looking for a festive way to exercise? Liberty University’s Campus Recreation team is presenting its annual trail-running event: the Reindeer Run happening Dec. 2.  The Reindeer Run event will offer students the opportunity to exercise in a fun and festive way, as well as fellowship with other runners at the event. Attendees are allowed and encouraged to display their holiday […]

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