Disney-themed Coffeehouse comes to Vines

Feelings of nostalgia sparkled through the Vines Center as students of all ages enjoyed a night of reminiscing on simpler, more magical times at the Disney-themed 2019 Spring Coffeehouse titled “Where Dreams Come True” hosted by Student Activities. “I love coming out to Coffeehouse and this year’s sets were really amazing,” Liberty junior Lucy Stephens said. “Seeing my fellow classmates […]

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Classic story of sharpshooter Annie Oakley hits Liberty’s Tower Theater

“Annie Get Your Gun” takes the stage for Liberty University’s Department of Theater Arts for the next three weeks as Annie Oakley and Frank Butler shoot, fight and fall in love amidst the rough-and-tumble of “Buffalo Bill” Cody’s Wild West Show. Irving Berlin’s music exults in heartaches, backaches and sawdust in “There’s No Business Like Showbusiness.” Oakley and Butler outdo […]

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Liberty University’s annual FACS fashion show, Apr 6

From the simple, elegant designs of the early 1900s to the striking futuristic looks inspired by “The Matrix,” fashions of the decades graced the runway Saturday, April 6, 2019, for the annual FACS fashion show held in the LaHaye Multipurpose Center.  Designers began the process of creating their garments in September 2018. The designers started from nothing, using inspiration from […]

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Column: Sports with Simmons

 With the draft next week, my love for watching professional football is being reignited. I am captivated by its intensity, humbled by the physical capabilities of the players and amazed by the dedication all team members and staff show during the grueling 17-week season. However, football season is difficult for me because I am a New England Patriots fan, and […]

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Club sports department works to provide best possible experience for athletes

A jubilant smile must have spread across Kirk Handy’s face. An ecstatic exclamation or two may have escaped from his lips. Handy watched with pride as Liberty University’s Division I women’s hockey team captured its second straight ACHA Division I National Championship by defeating Lindenwood University – Belleville 5-2 at Comerica Center in Frisco, Texas, Sunday, March 31.  But while […]

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Column: Wild and Wylie

During the worst of his injuries, Tiger Woods was incapable of getting out of bed in the morning without assistance. His four back surgeries and his Achilles and knee operations left him crippled, bedridden and unable to swing a golf club, let alone compete for championships. This precipitous fall for the athlete who had previously dominated the sport of golf […]

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SGA and students gather to pray for campus, revival and leadership

Despite the weather, Liberty students and the spiritual life team from Student Government Association (SGA) prayed for the campus April 14 in the Montview Alumni Ballroom for the first Student Body Prayer Walk.  During this hour-long prayer event, students prayed for everything from revival, freedom, relationships, staff and Sodexo employees and their families to academic buildings, dorms, executive leadership and […]

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