Liberty Club Works With Larger Organization To Bring Awareness To Pediatric Cancer

Serving others, helping the community, raising awareness—these characteristics describe the Pinky Swear Pack, a student club at Liberty University. Members of the club are ambassadors to a larger organization, the Pinky Swear Foundation, which has one primary mission: to bring awareness to pediatric cancer and support the families affected by it.  The Pinky Swear Foundation all started with a simple […]

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Up-And-Coming Musicians Perform And Inspire At Student Concert

Music graced the LaHaye Event Space  March 9 at the Student Activities concert with sophomore artist KMO preforming smooth originals alongside sophomore headliner Nolen Durham playing some of his own songs and covers.  The crowd enthusiastically embraced their performances, often starting chains of rhythmic clapping and supportive cheers. Despite distanced seating, the energy of a community of students united through […]

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Student Activities Workshop Helps Students Create Personalized Wildflower Arrangements

Spider mums, sunflowers, asters—oh my! These and many other wildflower varieties brightened the LaHaye Event Space during the Student Activities Floral Arranging Workshop conducted by The Hip Tulip.  The front of the room was lined with tall bins offering various types of plants, with stemmed flowers organized on the left and greenery on the right. Each participant, with a budding […]

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Zaki Gordon Cinematic Arts Center Prepares Students For Careers In Film

The award-winning film “God’s Compass,” a faith-based film produced by Liberty University’s Cinematic Arts department, received its two-day theatrical release in over 350 movie theaters nationwide on Feb. 25 and 26. Nearly five years after its premier on television in 2016, the film continually gains traction and popularity through DVD sales and online streaming platforms. Its online performance, in tandem […]

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Theatre Department Puts A 1960s Spin On The Shakespeare Classic “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

William Shakespeare remains notorious and celebrated for his lasting contributions to the theatre world as a playwright, despite his death occurring over 400 years ago. This year, Liberty’s theatre program is taking on one of his well-known classics, but this time, with a surprising twist. Director Neal Brasher said he has made it a mission in life to share Shakespeare […]

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Eight Best Places On Campus To Watch A Sunset

Featured nearly every night on Instagram stories, Snapchat stories, VSCO posts, and Facebook, Virginia sunsets are a constant favorite for Liberty students. Here are eight of the best spots on Liberty’s campus to catch one of these famed sunsets. 1. The Monogram  The Monogram draws crowds of sunset watchers almost every night and with good reason. Students can enjoy the […]

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Liberty Students Express Their Love For Style, Using Campus As Their Runway

Austin Farmerie walked across campus in a head-to-toe monochromatic outfit—a quality brown turtleneck with a zip-up hoodie overtop of it, paired with Stüssy track pants and chunky nude sneakers.  “Clothes are my art and campus is my runway,” Farmerie said. Farmerie, a junior studying entertainment journalism, is part of a small but increasingly distinguished group of students at Liberty who […]

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