Based on popular TV show, Survivor LU is a game of cut-throat strategy and skill

Outwit. Outplay. Outlast. That’s the promotional tag line for the American television franchise, Survivor, now adopted by college campuses nationwide, including Liberty University.  Do you think you have what it takes to win Survivor LU?  Survivor LU is a game of constant brain-power and endurance. Coming into its seventh season, contestants who play the semester-long game strategize and form alliances […]

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Liberty hockey player goes pro

Liberty women’s hockey alumna Sally Hoerr is not done with hockey yet, as she gets set to join the Montreal Force, the Professional Hockey Federation’s (PHF) newest franchise.  For a long time, Hoerr had the expectation that her playing career would end after college. After all, according to Hoerr, opportunities for women to play hockey have historically been limited to […]

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Student Activities hosts Line Dancing outside medical building

Grapevine. Shuffle step. Stomp. Hitch kick. Instructors used these terms and others to introduce students to line dancing Saturday evening at the Student Activities event. Students dressed in flannels, blue jeans, cowboy hats and boots to come together to learn how to line dance with professional instructors.  Instructors Emma Gutierrez and Joey Ramirez went step-by-step, showing students how to do the […]

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A Block Party to Remember: students kick off the semester with music and fun

Student Activities kicked off the new semester by holding the annual Block Party.  The event was hosted in the LaHaye parking lot, and students lined up as early as an hour beforehand in anticipation of the festivities.  “The Block Party, in essence, has always been the big welcome into the student body,” Cort Comfort, director of Student Activities, said.  He […]

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13 Blue light boxes are now active across Liberty University campus

Across Liberty University’s campus, 13 new emergency safety boxes now stand high over their respective areas. These emergency boxes, colloquially dubbed “blue lights,” are a new safety measure intended to promote safety across Liberty’s campus. The blue light boxes were originally announced Nov. 3, 2021, when Liberty Interim President Jerry Prevo previewed the boxes during Convocation.  “We are in the […]

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New school year, new dining options

As the fall semester begins, Liberty University students can expect a lot of new changes. Some of these changes include updates to the dining options on campus.  These dining option changes include the replacement of South Street Cheesesteaks, located at Green Hall, with The Hungry Herbivore. The Hungry Herbivore is a new plant-based and gluten-free food option that will be […]

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Convocation calendar announced: guests include Mike Pence, Priscilla Shirer and more

Many prominent religious, political and sports figures will make their way to Liberty University to speak at Convocation this fall.  Mike Pence, the 48th vice president of the United States, is among those who will attend. The former vice president will speak during Convocation Sept. 14. Pence has visited Liberty twice previously — once to speak at a Convocation in […]

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Liberty Dean appointed to governor’s panel

For the third time, the dean of Liberty University’s School of Business, Dr. Dave Brat, has been named to Virginia’s Joint Advisory Board of Economists, this time by Gov. Glenn Youngkin.  Brat, along with 14 other economic and business experts from diverse backgrounds, will help shape the state budget by analyzing Virginia’s revenue forecasts. He formerly served in the same […]

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