Center for Music and Worship holds their annual concert

Homecoming weekend began Friday night with the wave of a baton as 500 choir members and instrumentalists from the Center for Music and the Worship Arts welcomed Liberty alumni back to campus with their annual concert.  This year’s concert focused on a few featured soloists, including Dr. Samantha Miller, Jon Werking, Charles Billingsley, alumnus Jason Schonfelder, and students Fiston Bujambi, […]

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Interior design students win People’s Choice award at annual Virginia Furniture Market competition

Every year Virginia Furniture Market holds a competition to showcase Liberty FACS students. Aiming to bring real-world experience to emerging designers while beautifying the store’s showrooms, the competition brings competitors from Liberty’s Interior Design department to showcase their skills.  A locally-owned and operated business for over 22 years, VFM operates eight brick-and-mortar locations throughout southwest and central Virginia.  Through the […]

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School of Aeronautics takes win at regional competition for 15th consecutive year

After two days of fierce competition both on the ground and in the air, Liberty University’s School of Aeronautics won its regional competition in the National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA) for a stunning 15th year in a row. The team, coached by Katie Wagner, went up against several schools from neighboring states such as the United States Naval Academy, Hampton […]

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Column: ESP-EM

Eliud Kipchoge beat a world record a couple of weeks ago when he ran a sub-two-hour marathon. But he didn’t earn the record title. Kipchoge was not given the title because of the assistance he received during his run and the circumstances of the course.  Not only did he run on an entirely flat course designed for the highest speed […]

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Opinion: Why abandoning the Kurds neglects America’s responsibility as an ally

States’ foreign policy regarding Syria. The second opinion article will run next issue. Every country has an identity. History, culture and perspective create a set of needs and desires that make a country unique, defining its place on the world stage. Sweden’s historical background gives it an inherently different view of the world to Japan’s. Bolivia’s views of government come […]

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