Farcical Comedy “Arsenic and Old Lace” takes the Black Box Theater Stage

Black Box Theater brings farcical comedy of murdering aunts to life with two-story stage set. The cast and crew hope the play’s comedy will allow students to laugh and relax during the end of the semester.   Spinsters Abby and Martha Brewster are kind, charitable and donate toys to the local police department to distribute to children at Christmas.   […]

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How Liberty Students Can Take Advantage of Fulbright Program

Liberty students and faculty hoping to earn a grant to study abroad can apply for the Fulbright Program at Liberty. Those interested should start their application process a year before traveling abroad, and applicants will be interviewed by the Liberty University Fulbright Committee. Sarah Heist, a 2016 Liberty University graduate, admits she only half-listened when she was told about the […]

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Liberty student, singer songwriter Grayson Perry showcases talent at LaHaye

Perry, a member of the Worship Collective, released his first single “October” on Spotify in October. Perry played at the LaHaye Event Space on Nov. 28 and plans to continue recording after graduating college. The LaHaye Event Space was flooded with fog Thursday, Nov. 28, as the stage was set for singer-songwriter Grayson Perry to share his heart and talents […]

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Four-part “Christmas on the Boulevard” brings holiday spirit to Liberty

Christmas musical events include concerts, an opera and a showcase of the diversity of the four nights of performance. This is the first year that Christmas on the Boulevard spans four nights, but the School of Music hopes to make it an annual tradition. The seventh annual Christmas on the Boulevard is in full swing for its weeklong event complete […]

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So You Want an International Scholarship Opportunity?

Liberty students of all disciples can apply for various scholarships to study abroad, such as the Fulbright Program. From the Fulbright to P.A.R.E. scholarships, Liberty applies its mission statement to engaging with other cultures.   It is difficult to find someone at Liberty University who is not familiar with the school’s simple but straightforward mission statement: “Training Champions for Christ.” […]

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Lynchburg Veterans Day Parade Comes to Liberty University

First Veterans Day parade in Lynchburg for 79 years honors the heroes who sacrificed for America’s freedoms. Lynchburg has strong ties with the military dating back to the Civil War. The Greater Lynchburg Veteran’s Council put on Lynchburg’s first Veterans Day parade in 79 years on Liberty University’s campus, Nov. 11. The parade had 60 entries that included five bands […]

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Marching band captures the “Spirit of the Mountain” in current season

From luaus to “Hancock Time” to long bus rides, senior band members reflect on an eventful year for the marching band. Preparations for next year’s show will begin in February, and Band Director Stephen Kerr is already recruiting for next year. Before Liberty plays a home football game, “The Spirit of the Mountain” marching band gathers at the Hancock Welcome […]

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“Thoroughly Modern Millie” brings the Roaring Twenties to life onstage

“Thoroughly Modern Millie” tells tale of young girl who moves to New York City during the Jazz Age hoping to get a job and marry her boss. Art deco theme of the show appears throughout in costumes, posters and backgrounds to transport audiences to the 1920s in NYC. Millie Dillmount enters the stage at the beginning of Liberty University’s production […]

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Retired Bible professor Dr. Harold Willmington reflects on his legacy

Willmington is the longest-serving original faculty at Liberty University and currently teaches a Bible class at TRBC on Sunday mornings. Willmington’s Project SWORD, set for release in January, will be fully accessible and free online for Bible education.   “Now, Harold,” Dr. Jerry Falwell Sr. said on April 7, 2007. “How long have you been with me?” Dr. Harold Willmington […]

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