LU alumni goes viral on “America’s Got Talent” golden buzzer performance

After Liberty alumna Jane Marczewski’s (’13) stunning and emotional performance of her original song “It’s OK,” NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” judge Simon Cowell only had one option: the golden buzzer. Each of the four judges may hit his or her golden buzzer only once each season, reserved only for the best talents. Receiving the golden buzzer on AGT sends Marczewski […]

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Evangelists Tim Lee and William Graham to serve as new chairman and vice chairman of Board of Trustees

Evangelists Tim Lee and William Graham will serve as the new chairman and vice chairman of Liberty University’s Board of Trustees. Lee replaces Dr. Allen McFarland who served as the interim chairman since Dr. Jerry Prevo assumed the position of university president in August. Lee has been on the Board of Trustees since 1991 and served on the Spiritual Mission […]

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2020-2021 Staff Goodbyes: A collection of letters from the Liberty Champion graduating seniors

Hattie Troutman, Editor-in-Chief The little news office tucked in the side of Green Hall’s main entrance doesn’t look special from the outside. Many people walk by never realizing the bustling work happening on the other side of the glass door. This little office, however, became more than an office space throughout my last three years of college. I first walked […]

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On To My New Dream…

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams,” said Eleanor Roosevelt.   I’ve always been a dreamer, someone whose imagination is always running wild.  Dreams are such a beautiful part of life. They give us our goals to work toward, they give us hope and they inspire us to go out of our comfort zone […]

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Opinion: What Roles Do Women Play In Leadership?

Christianity is often criticized for being sexist or chauvinistic toward women. However, the Bible portrays a special position for females in the church and society. Christian women should have a major role in evangelizing and be able to serve because they share the same objective as Christian men: to fulfill God’s commandments. Men are not biblically the superior or dominant […]

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Opinion: Comparing Two Presidents’ Views On The Border Crisis

When comparing former President Donald Trump’s method of action toward the immigration crisis with the Biden administration’s current handling of the issue, it is evident that Trump’s focus was more on doing the best for the American people and government policy, while Biden focuses on keeping humanitarian principles intact.  The truth is that the immigration crisis must be handled with […]

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President’s Post

Having found success in both the athletic field and in life, Tim Tebow has continually shown us how to be a Champion for Christ.  As a football standout, Tebow had an incredible college career as quarterback for the University of Florida. He led the Gators in winning two national championships during his freshman and junior years, and he secured the […]

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Jonathan Falwell Takes On New Role As Campus Pastor And OSD Senior Vice President

Since the school’s humble beginnings, Jonathan Falwell has seen first-hand his father’s vision for Liberty University come to life. Falwell has never held a formal position on campus, however, until now. The youngest son of the late Jerry Falwell Sr. will step into a new role as campus pastor and senior vice president of Spiritual Development this fall, carrying on […]

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Jerry Falwell Library Accepts Food Donations In Place Of Paying Overdue Fines

The Jerry Falwell Library is offering a special alternative to paying outstanding library fines for students.  The fine forgiveness program started April 19 and will run until May 5. Students have the opportunity to bring in food donations instead of paying their overdue library fines.  “We try not to bill students as regularly at this point in the semester, so […]

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Renewable Energy Club heads to the Geothermal Collegiate Competition

The Renewable Energy Club will be heading to the Geothermal Collegiate Competition sponsored by the Department of Energy May 4. This will be the first competition the club has attended since its founding in fall 2019.   The student-led LU Renewable Energy Club aims to teach its members about different renewable energy options. Some of these options include solar, wind, […]

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LU Send Works Through Restrictions To Provide Travel Opportunities For Students

As the world shut down in spring 2020 due to the coronavirus, students studying around the globe found themselves suddenly booking a flight home.  The virus paused international travel indefinitely, forcing LU Send to get creative as a new school year loomed in fall 2020.  Overseas travel, international internships and study abroad programs through LU Send that were planned for […]

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