Tips for securing an internship

Getting internships can be one of the most difficult and frustrating processes for a college student. It takes patience, resilience, bravery and good time management. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be done alone. There are many resources available to students across Liberty University’s campus that can help make this task a bit less daunting.  It’s important […]

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Devos with Davis

The slight rustle of paper, repetitive clicking of pens and faint whirring of printers fill the air as reporters frantically run from cubicle to cubicle. Yellowed coffee cups dot each desk, and crumpled pieces of paper lie across the floor like discarded snowballs. The constant ringing of phone calls and urgent tapping of keyboards adds to the newsroom’s cinematic score […]

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Hyland Heights Baptist Church: Local church spreads the love of Christ through missions

Champions for Christ are mission-minded, share the love of Christ and value the local church. Hyland Heights Baptist Church is located in Rustburg and strives to equip members to live on mission and fulfill the Great Commission. “Our church is a spiritual family with a global mission to glorify God, make disciples for Jesus and plant churches,” Josh Carter, senior […]

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Student violinist shares how she uses her musical talent to bring honor and glory to the Lord

Stewarding her musical gifts for the Lord is how junior Mary Ruth Williams, a violin performance major, has been working toward her dream of teaching aspiring musicians. According to Williams, this means using her musical talent to glorify the Lord and the Lord alone.  Williams first began playing the violin at age 9, using a hand-me-down violin from her mother, […]

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Preparing for liftoff: Rocketry team constructs new rocket in preparation for annual competition

The Liberty University Rocketry team shoots for the stars as team members build rockets from scratch and compete in worldwide competitions.    The team is preparing to compete against teams worldwide in the annual Spaceport America Cup in New Mexico June 17-22. The competition is altitude based, meaning each team shoots the rockets up to 10,000 feet, or about 1,000 […]

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Communicating with fashion: Student designers incorporate texture into original pieces for upcoming event

Fashion combines creativity and inspiration; it has no barriers or borders. It is a medium that everyone can speak through, and in this case, it is Liberty University students who are communicating through their creations.  Liberty’s Family & Consumer Sciences department (FACS) is hosting its 18th annual FACS Fashion Show in the School of Music Concert Hall April 13. This […]

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Serving the community: Student-led club serves the public through many events and projects

To love is to be considered. To serve is to make oneself available and open. To grow is to listen with a willingness to hear. Within the walls of DeMoss Hall exists a club with the mission to intermingle these attributes and impact the community of Lynchburg: This club is the Family & Child Development Association. Sarah Kenthack, the president […]

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Roll’em Solem: Rolling with the trends

When spring comes around, possibility teems through the air. The scent of lavender perfumes the outdoors. The taste of tangy tangerines with succulent apricots and lemon water refreshes us. Eagerly, we make trips to Trader Joe’s for ruby red tulips and essentials for an afternoon picnic. Morning by morning, the robin sings its melodious tune. The sun warmly touches our […]

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Representing new research: Upcoming Research Week to highlight students’ diverse interests and achievements

One week at Liberty University allows students to find actors, historians, scientists, painters, engineers and students from every other Liberty major all presenting their findings from months of study. That week is Liberty’s Research Week.  The annual Research Week is quickly approaching, and over 300 presentations and 400 presenters representing both Liberty University Online and residential students will be participating […]

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Associate directer of Residence Life and current RA how to become an RA

Liberty University’s Resident Assistant (RA) program was created to be a ministry where students who serve as RAs can learn more about themselves while helping students who live on campus.    Associate Director of Residence Life Justin Speck has been serving in his position for one year. Prior to being the associate director, Speck was a Resident Director (RD) for […]

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Business professor shares how her experience in finance led her to academia

Kristin Boyce is a professor in the School of Business who oversees the Women in Business club and serves as the director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, and her journey to Liberty University is one of unexpected circumstances and obedience to God’s calling.  Boyce attended Wilmington University with plans to follow her long-time dream of becoming a news anchor. But […]

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