Class of ‘14 hosts Flirt Fest

While students are used to hearing relationship advice from Clayton King during Campus Church on Wednesday nights, they received an extra dose at the Flirt Fest. Students flocked to the Tilley Center after church on Feb. 22 for an event put on by the Freshman Class. The event had a casual atmosphere where students were encouraged to ask King any […]

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Ragtime narrates a changing America

The latest Tower Theater musical explores race relations at the turn of the century Hailed as a modern classic, the musical “Ragtime” opened in the Liberty Tower Theater Feb. 17 and captivated a sold-out crowd. “I thought it was fantastic,” senior Melinda Bendik said. “I really liked how it highlighted modern-day life and how we’ve become more tolerant of other […]

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Casting Crowns: Come to the Well

“Leave it all behind and come to the well.” That was the line reverberating through the Vines Center as Casting Crowns played a sold out show to an audience of all ages Saturday, Feb. 18. Students, College for a Weekend (CFAW) guests, families and youth groups filled the Vines Center for the Come to the Well tour, which featured award […]

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More changes for 90 Seconds

Give Scott Southard a minute — a minute and a half, to be exact, and he can inform an entire student body of the events that take place on their campus. Southard, a 2011 graduate of Liberty University, is the producer and editor of 90 Seconds Around Liberty, the familiar student-run news production aired every Wednesday during convocation. Over the […]

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Valentines for life

Pro-life club, Lifeline, held a charity gala to support education and prevention Liberty University’s pro-life club, Lifeline, held a Valentine’s Gala on Feb. 13 in the DeMoss Grand Lobby from 9 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Close to 35 students showed up for the event and, for $10 a ticket, were able to enjoy refreshments and music by a group of […]

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MEW: Reaching the world through missions

Liberty University’s bi-annual mosaic of missions opportunities was held Feb. 13-17. This semester’s Missions Emphasis Week (MEW) was themed “[un] Reached,” offering students a chance to speak with missionaries from across the world and experience different cultures through seminars and other events. The Founder and International Director of Empart Jossy Chacko was the first guest speaker to address students during […]

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Senior students exhibit art

Art majors display portfolio collections Art can take many shapes and forms. It can be molded, sketched or painted but no matter the form, the Senior Portfolio Exhibit at Liberty University offered a gallery of student rendered art to be admired from Feb. 10-18. The Senior Portfolio Exhibit was a culminated collection of student’s art that was displayed in the […]

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Mugs with attitude

What began as an office joke has become a growing business for Liberty employee Paul Mignard, designing mugs with attitude and function. “It started as a side project. We always draw little pictures and things like that. I work in creative media so we do a lot of art-type things,” Mignard said. “The one image that kept on coming up […]

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Children of the World bring smiles

“I like singing. My favorite song is Happy Day,” Angel said. Angel is one of the 15 children who travel with Children of the World, a choir composed of orphaned and disadvantaged children from all over the world. She is from Uganda and smiled as she explained she has known Jesus since she was a little baby. Liberty University students […]

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Mangia brings romance to Rivermont

Locally owned Italian restaurant offers Lynchburg fresh, organic options Nothing says “I love you” as well as a delicious meal and with Valentine’s Day right around the corner, the restaurant choice for that special evening may very well say more to your date than you can before curfew rolls around. Mangia – Italian for “eat” – offers a solution to […]

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Ragtime soon to jazz the Tower Theater

Hours of practice and preparation are underway in anticipation for the opening of Liberty University’s upcoming theatre production, “Ragtime.” The show, named a modern classic by the show’s director Chris Nelson, will fill the Tower Theater with epic tales that characterize the changing times in America at the turn of the century. “The show is a sung-through musical. The music […]

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The origin of romance

I think Romance reaches beyond the traditional romantic relationship, and I know love reaches beyond one day. Being a single woman at the moment, I choose to see the truth of romance and love—that it is all born of God and that it is everywhere we look. All modern romantic ideals and stories are born of the Bible and its […]

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Meet the trainer

Group fitness instructor Kimberly Graves inspires students With the new year officially underway, students are working diligently to maintain resolutions of making good grades, getting organized or, in this case, getting healthy. LaHaye group fitness instructor Kimberly Graves teaches a variety of different exercise classes available to students. Graves reminds students that making a New Year’s resolution to get healthy […]

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