Commons III, or “The Shoe,” added to national cult watchlist

Liberty University dormitory Residential Commons III, popularly known as “The Shoe,” was added to a national cult watchlist after reports of students engaging in disturbing activities.  According several reports from the Liberty University Police Department, residents of Commons III have been marching from the dorm to the Freedom Tower each night for the past semester, chanting “Shoeee” and occasionally an arrangement of Humble Tip’s “This is Liberty” vaguely resembling a […]

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Research Week Project Finds out What Phrase “Do life together” Actually Means

A group of Liberty University students have proposed a project for the upcoming Research Week that has been deemed unconventional and odd — trying to figure out what the phrase “do life together” actually means.  The phrase, commonly used by young evangelicals and old evangelicals who want to sound like young evangelicals, is commonly considered misused and vague, and a team of students have been […]

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Liberty Adds “Ring by Spring” Course as a DCP Requirement

Liberty University just announced that a new course, Ring by Spring, will be a requirement on the new Degree Completion Programs for the 2018 fall semester.   RBSP 210 will be a workshop-style class, focusing on matching students romantically based on common interests, number of expected children and a one to 10 scale rating how Republican they are.  This program guarantees that no Liberty student will graduate […]

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Alpha Omega Agape fraternity moves into the Mansion

New Testament translations are not the only Greek thing you will find at Liberty University, now that the Alpha Omega Agape fraternity has founded its first chapter. The fraternity was founded at the end of March by seven students who recognized a need for this quintessential college experience — but through the Liberty Way.   “I have to be honest, the idea came to us after my friends and I left the prayer chapel one night and walked by the Montview Mansion,” […]

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Freedom Tower to be Renamed Nick Foles Tower

Liberty University’s Freedom Tower will be renamed as the Nick Foles Tower and will house the Department of Sports Management, Liberty President Jerry Falwell announced April 1.  “I am excited to announce that we have found a way to honor one of the greatest athletes with a connection to our school, Super Bowl-winning quarterback Nick Foles,” Falwell said.   Lynchburg, Virginia’s newest and highest landmark, the Freedom Tower, officially opened in January 2018, […]

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Liberty introduces New FastPass Program to ease Convocation lines

Liberty University is implementing a FastPass system similar to the one used at Walt Disney World for students wanting to skip the long lines outside of the Vines Center before Convocation.   With a Convocation FastPass, students can go straight to getting their bags checked at security and receive a thorough pat down before checking in with their resident assistants.   Senior Vice President of Spiritual Development David Nasser is hoping the FastPass will give students a more positive experience with Convocation lines and address their complaints.  “Liberty is basically the Disney World of Christian higher […]

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Liberty Announces Construction Plans for a Wall to Keep out East Campus Students

In an unprecedented push for campus security, Liberty University has announced new plans to build a 40-foot wall along east campus to stop what university administrators have called the “mass influx of disorderly students.”  Since the completion of the second bridge connecting East Campus with central and south campus, there has been a large increase in the number of East Campus students migrating to Main Campus.  “Something has to be done about […]

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Campus Calvinists more confident in their election after finding love at Rot speed dating event

Senior biblical studies major Jedidiah Stevens and junior Christian counseling major Esther Williams recently learned that they share more than just a love for hymns, and organic coffee.   “It was love at first exegesis of Romans nine,” Stevens proudly proclaimed.   The Calvinist couple met at a speed dating event hosted by the Food Court at Reber Thomas on Valentine’s Day. The couple feels that their encounter was predetermined, considering […]

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Chance the Rapper to announce album details

Grammy award winning artist Chance the Rapper will be attending Convocation at Liberty University this upcoming fall. According to a source from Mr. the Rapper’s camp, the Chicago native is headed to Lynchburg not only to speak but to announce a major detail involving his album slated for a 2018 release. After an interview with him, the truth regarding his […]

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Chance the Rapper to attend Convocation next fall

Liberty University Senior Vice President for Spiritual Development David Nasser has confirmed that hip-hop artist and recent Grammy winner Chance the Rapper will be in Lynchburg for the largest gathering of Christian college students in the world in the fall of 2017. “We are so excited to welcome Chance to Lynchburg,” Nasser said. “He has been on our radar of […]

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Shia Labeouf confirmed for Convocation

Senior Vice President for Spiritual Development David Nasser announced that actor and motivational speaker Shia Labeouf will be a guest for Liberty’s “Convo on the lawn with President Falwell” April 28. Labeouf has starred in renowned films such as Holes, Disturbia, the Transformers series, Fury, Lawless and many more successful films. The critically acclaimed entertainer has also been widely recognized […]

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Liberty University: The Video Game

When video game giant Sony Entertainment approached Liberty University with the idea of creating a platformer based on the history of the school, university President Jerry Falwell said he was ecstatic. “We always say, if it’s Christian, it ought to be better,” Falwell said. “That definitely extends itself into video games.” After a year and a half of quiet deliberation […]

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‘Eat even mor chikin’

Liberty University and Sodexo Dining Services unveiled new plans to convert all dining locations on campus into Chick-fil-A dining venues by fall 2020. According to Liberty administration, the dining changes are attached to the major campus renovations in progress. Due to the overwhelming popularity of the Chick-fil-A location in Green Hall since the new Meal Swipe Plus+ plan was introduced, […]

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