THE TREASURE OF A FEATHER

Hidden in the confines of the LU Shepherd’s Office down a locked corridor lies an office like no other. The room is filled with a welcoming a gentle ambience. Smells of herbal teas linger from past visits. Elegant light blue and green furniture decorate the room set up for deep conversations over tea and chocolate. The one responsible for the […]

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The Well ministry hopes to continue empowering women next semester

Encouragement. Community. Those were words two Liberty women used to describe their experience at the Well. Although both students attended only one of the three nights, they both talked about the refreshment they found there. The Well is a women’s event, led by Senior LU Shepherd Melanie Denney, that the Office of Spiritual Development started this semester. “The Well is […]

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Talk of the Towns

In 2009, Jackie Johnson Towns always sat in the front row of the Bible class taught by Liberty co-founder Elmer Towns. Jackie got a lot out of that class — another course toward earning her degree in biblical studies, of course. But he also indirectly convinced her to travel to Texas and achieve her master’s in Theology at Dallas Theological […]

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“Love’s Labour’s Lost” Brings Lesser-known Shakespeare to the Black Box Theater

Mixed-up love letters, football tosses and moody characters dominate Liberty’s production of “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” the Department of Theatre Arts final performance of the school year, running at the Black Box Theater. A lesser-performed work of William Shakespeare, “Love’s Labour’s Lost” tells the story of the King of Navarre, who along with his three companions decides to swear off romantic […]

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Two Liberty students’ viral campaign raises over $2,000 for their on-campus barista

What seemed like an ordinary day at the Jerry Falwell Library Starbucks quickly materialized into an opportunity to put biblical principles into action. While waiting in line for her morning coffee, Liberty University student Lizzy Campbell overheard a conversation she could not ignore. It was just days after last month’s tornado struck parts of Lynchburg, and a customer asked barista […]

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Songwriting Major Samantha Vaquez Performs Original Music at Concert

The Lahaye Event Center was a space for easy listening the night of April 24 as School of Music senior Samantha Vazquez performed her first live concert. Hosted by Student Activities, the singer-songwriter performed six of her own songs—four from her recently released EP “Love Record” and two unrecorded originals—and covers of jivey classics “Old School” by Josie Dunne and […]

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Grant Ketron Uses Cystic Fibrosis Diagnosis to Witness Part 2 of 2

Liberty student Grant Ketron has got the ripped jeans, checkered flannel and slicked hair of a typical pastoral leadership major. Yet Ketron is far from just an average pastoral leadership major.   Ketron suffers from a life-threatening disease called Cystic Fibrosis. For most, a dangerous illness such as this would cause sorrow and feelings of hopelessness; but for Ketron it […]

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Liberty eSports Club Experiences Growth

Jaden Shaw spent his middle school afternoons like most people his age — playing “Call of Duty.” But in 2013, Shaw stumbled upon something that would drastically change his relationship with video games. “I discovered that people played games for a living,” Shaw said. “And I was blown away by it.” Shaw dreamed of becoming an eSports superstar where he […]

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