International Student Center Hosts Events Highlighting Countries and Cultures at LU

The International Student Center was filled with students from across the world Friday afternoon who gathered to learn about the vibrant culture of Nepal.  Students experienced traditional Nepali street food and beverages including chai tea and a dish called pani puri, a combination of mashed potatoes, onions, herbs, and spices.  During the event, Shaira Neupane shared about her culture and […]

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Benham Brothers Share Their Journey From LU Graduation to Real Estate Business Leaders

An understanding of God’s word and a willingness to apply scripture in their daily lives led two twin brothers to take on the real estate industry. Jason and David Benham, returned to their alma mater, Liberty University, for “Redefining Entrepreneurship from the Inside Out”, an event hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurship. The brothers are in Lynchburg to film an […]

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Miss Lynchburg and Current LU Student Prepares for 2021 Miss Virginia Competition

Alexia “Lexi” Williams has always been a performer. From Carnival cruise shows to TV appearances, singing has brought her success in stages and events across the country.  Last November performing brought her to a new stage in Lynchburg. There, she impressed the judges with her vocal performance of “Think of Me” from The Phantom of the Opera, dazzled the audience […]

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Former Track & Field Assistant Returns to Head Coaching Role

After more than three decades of coaching for the Flames and multiple conference titles, Liberty’s Director of Track & Field and Cross Country Brant Tolsma retired after the 2020 outdoor track and field season. However, his replacement is no stranger to the Flames program.  Lance Bingham, who previously coached on Tolsma’s staff for 18 years, will now take the reins […]

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Liberty Football Announces New Social Equality Initiative

When Liberty’s football players walked onto the field last Saturday against Western Kentucky, their helmets displayed a new message: #CreatedEqually.  The product of days of heartfelt team discussions on racial injustice since coming back to school, their new campaign began with locker-room conversations – but those discussions have grown into a player-led social equality initiative that’s spearheading the way for […]

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Strong Passing Game Propels the Flames to a 36-34 Victory Over FIU

The Liberty Flames produced another strong offensive performance Saturday, this time leaning on their passing game to scrape past the Florida International University Panthers 36-34 in a back-and-forth contest.  After opening the season against WKU last week, it was Liberty’s turn to enter the game without prior knowledge of their opponent, with the Panthers making their latest season debut in […]

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Liberty’s Ticket Office Creates Lottery System for Fans to Attend Football Games

As the Liberty Flames took on the Florida International University Panthers Sept. 26, things were different than normal in Williams Stadium. The stadium capacity has been reduced because of COVID-19 regulations in Virginia, allowing only 1,000 fans into the stands on game day.  The 1,000 seats were allotted to family members of players and staff first – then season ticket […]

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Journal of Statesmanship and Public Policy Sees Downloads in Six of the Seven Continents

Since its release in July, the Liberty University Journal of Statesmanship and Public Policy has successfully given the student body an opportunity to publish high-quality research on an academic scale with the goal of sharing a biblical perspective on public policy issues. The online Journal has had 1,248 downloads from every continent except Antarctica, according to Dr. Mary Prentice, associate […]

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