Triathlon team runs at nationals

The Liberty triathlon team took 10 athletes to Tempe, Ariz. for the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championship Saturday, April 13. Official team results and rankings were not yet available at the time of publication. However, Head Coach Beth Frackleton said she was pleased with her team’s performance. “Everybody improved in very difficult conditions,” Frackleton said. “As a coach, you can’t […]

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Health missions

Richard Lane, the founder and director of the master’s of public health program, began working at Liberty University as a director of public services in order to continue Liberty’s mission to train champions for Christ. In 1995, Lane had the opportunity to work with Campus Crusades for Christ in order to help develop an AIDS prevention program. Lane has been […]

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Students go wild for ‘Tarzan’

The Alluvion Stage Company wraps up the Liberty theater season in the jungle through May 12 The stage of Liberty University was transformed into an elaborate set for “Tarzan” as members of the cast transported the audience into a different world through scenes of action, love and acceptance. Rehearsal began for “Tarzan” Feb. 8, with the show’s opening performance hitting […]

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Project Hollywood hits the runway

Lights. Camera. Action. Models took to the runway Saturday night, April 13, at the seventh annual fashion show sponsored by Liberty University’s Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Department. The garments were inspired by classic Hollywood movies and were designed and modeled by Liberty students, according to Ruth Bibby, the director of the show and a senior at Liberty. A team […]

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Paintball goes to Nationals

Paintballs ricocheted across the field, pelting the barricades and sailing quickly toward the Liberty University players sliding across the splattered ground, easily dodging the assailants. The Liberty Paintball Team began as a club in 2005, and then became an official club sport in 2008. Now, the team has grown to 18 members preparing yet again for the National Collegiate Paintball […]

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Professor leads by example

Professor and Director of Christian Community Service Lew Weider is one of the many dedicated faculty members seeking to bring others to Christ. As a child in Alliance, Ohio, Weider grew up in a moderately Christian home, with parents who cared deeply about the things of God, but did not always practice them in their personal lives. Born into a […]

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YouTube testimonials

Sophomore Hannah Myers is an example of a student trying to make a difference for Christ while balancing the tasks that come with the territory of being a full-time student. Along with fellow students Jeff Brainard and Tommy Tran, Myers created One11 Films, a ministry where videos on various controversial ethical and Christian topics are posted for the public on […]

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Bream to speak at graduation

Liberty University will host its first ever female keynote speaker for commencement, May 11, according to Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. Shannon Bream, who is also the first commencement speaker to have graduated from Liberty since it became a fully accredited university will share the platform with this year’s baccalaureate speaker, Ravi Zacharias, who will deliver a brief message as well. […]

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‘Soul Surfer’ mentor visits

Friend and youth leader of pro athlete Bethany Hamilton addresses students The club level of Williams Stadium was filled to capacity Thursday, April 4 as the Psychology Department hosted Sarah Hill, a motivational speaker and the youth leader of shark attack survivor Bethany Hamilton, whose experiences were re-enacted in the feature film “Soul Surfer.” Addressing a crowd of more than […]

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