Liberty will send over 2,000 students to prayer march in washington d.c.

Acting President Jerry Prevo announced at a press conference Wednesday afternoon that Liberty plans to bring 2,200 students to Washington, D.C. Sept. 26 for the 2020 Prayer March hosted by Franklin Graham. Prevo and Vice President of the Office of Spiritual Development David Nasser, both attending the march, said they are excited to represent Liberty at the Prayer March, as […]

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Liberty students gather to promote the discussion of racial and social issues on campus

Members of the Liberty University football team and the women’s basketball team organized a gathering at the base of the Freedom Tower Tuesday morning to peacefully discuss racial issues. Students gathered at 10:30 a.m., and some held “Black Lives Matter” flags. The meeting progressed into a conversation, as attendees struck up civil and respectful discussions from differing points of view. […]

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Liberty University Student Body candidates participate in Q&A before campaigning heats up

As the student body election begins to gear up via social media campaigning and through an online voting format, the three campaigns running for student body president and vice president look to establish their own platforms and visions for Liberty students. Each campaign answered three questions in regard to their purpose for running and how they plan to create change […]

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Column – From the Bench: Staying connected to sports, even when it seems like there’s nothing happening

Even in a time when there are no live sports to watch on TV, you can still stay engaged and gain a deeper understanding of the wide world of sports. Between the draft, football drama, learning a new skill, or even just learning sports history, there’s something sports-related for everyone to occupy their time with. Most sports leagues in the […]

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The story of the Liberty ski and snowboarding head coach that didn’t snowboard until college

It takes a little creativity, a touch of freestyle and the ability to think on your feet. The quick-thinking adventure is why Liberty ski and snowboard head coach Isaac Gibson was initially drawn to flying down a snow-covered hill with a board strapped to his feet. Though he had never snowboarded before coming to Liberty, Gibson is not just Liberty’s […]

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Liberty Lady Flames Softball Team continues to rely on each other through adversity

The ASUN conference suspended all athletic competitions earlier this month and, with college students all over the country sent home, all of Liberty’s athletics programs have been shut down for the remainder of the semester. This includes the softball team. Even though the season has been canceled for the Liberty Flames softball team due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the […]

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Student Body elections proceed despite challenges, campaigning and voting transition to an online format

Before COVID-19 became a pandemic, six students decided to run for student body president and vice-president. Now, the virus is not about to stop them. Weeks ago, talk of an extended spring break and moving school online sparked anxiety in college students as they wondered what effect COVID-19 would have on their classes, extracurricular activities and events. Liberty was one […]

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New Student Government Association legislation update and implementation for the coming fall semester

Since the official legislation signing ceremony in February, students have seen  changes implemented as a result of the passed Student Government Association (SGA) legislation.  Included in the new legislation were successful bills to add an iced coffee PLUS+ swipe option at the on-campus Dunkin’, schedule monthly dates for open dorms and implement a take-out dining option at Doc’s Diner, among […]

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Liberty Forensics Speech team closes out their short season on top and place their bid to host the 2021 National Christian College Forensics Invitational

Before activity on campus ended abruptly due to COVID-19, Liberty’s Forensics Speech Team snagged a few awards and clinched an elite opportunity. During the first weekend of March, the  forensics team travelled to Grove City College in Pennsylvania, to participate in the National Christian College Forensics Invitational (NCCFI). There, they competed against about 25 other colleges from across the nation.  […]

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