Agatha Christie’s classic story “And Then There Were None” shows at the Liberty University Black Box Theater

Black Box Theater’s newest show tells the tale of 10 strangers summoned to a remote island. Each guest has a wicked past they are unwilling to reveal, but that secret soon decides their fate.  Every individual gets marked for murder. As the weather turns and the group is cut off from the mainland, they are murdered one by one in […]

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Mallary Hope, American country singer, records a live Christmas show at Liberty’s Center for Music Hall

The Christmas spirit was in the air at Liberty University as country music singer-songwriter Mallary Hope performed Oct. 28 at Liberty’s Concert Hall. Singing two originals and three classic carols, Hope inspired the School of Music students and guests as she filled the hall with contagious Christmas cheer.  But this event wasn’t just a unique holiday event – Hope’s performance […]

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Liberty Worship Collective’s Judson Harris shares his experience with Vertical Worship

David Nasser jokingly calls Judson Harris “Liberty’s Thor” because of the musician’s long blonde hair and beard, but his real superpower comes from a powerful voice, talented musicianship and a heart for spreading the love of Jesus. Harris’ ability was thrown into the spotlight recently at the Dove Awards when Vertical Worship’s song “Yes I Will” was nominated as one […]

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Liberty students practice their emergency skills during an aviation crash simulation

On Oct. 29 Liberty University held a simulation of an aviation crisis hosted at the Lynchburg Airport to give students a chance to practice responses in their respective majors. Aviation, nursing, reporting and public relations all played a role as students simulated characters for roles in an aviation catastrophe by acting as spokespeople, airport and company officials, first responders and […]

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Liberty alumna and photographer donates time and talents to families who can’t afford professional photography

As Leah Stauffer, the current  assistant director for Game On, was preparing to leave for Spain, she asked herself: “What impact are you leaving to glorify God?”  Stauffer wasn’t exactly sure how to answer that question for herself. She was not sure what she could do to help people. Stauffer, a former photographer for the marketing department, began to think […]

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Column: Jenna’s Journal

On the morning of Oct. 24, 2019, the music community stopped to mourn the sudden death of TobyMac’s 21-year-old son, Truett Foster McKeehan.  This news struck the Liberty community’s heart as we watched an alumni experience something so heartbreaking that words seemed meaningless.  As celebrities, pastors and musicians hit Twitter to offer condolences and prayer in honor of Truett, my […]

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Two graduate students win a national paper competition with the Phi Alpha Theta Honors Society

Two Liberty graduate students pursuing their passions took the spotlight in the Phi Alpha Theta honors society. Their papers were two of the top three winning entries in a national paper competition this September hosted by the society. Mark Myrdal and Lura Martinez are both history graduate students at Liberty. As historians, both enjoy writing, but for Myrdal, the actual […]

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A glimpse into the Gilded Age — The Swannanoa Palace, undergoing renovations, opens its doors for visitors

Swannanoa Palace greets visitors with tons of Italian marble and one of the largest Tiffany stained-glass windows in the world.  Through its heavy, coffered doors and into the grand foyer, the palace, nestled in Afton, Virginia, stands semi-restored to its original state. On Halloween, Swannanoa will host their annual Halloween Spooktacular from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the palace, […]

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Column: Hattie’s Hangout

Breast Cancer Awareness Month. National Down Syndrome Awareness Month. National Mental Illness Awareness Week. World Mental Health Day.  These are just a few of the major awareness events that occurred in the month of October. After looking up all the awareness campaigns happening in October, I found the ones listed above accompanied by several other awareness campaigns I never knew […]

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Liberty students look forward to halloween celebrations on residence halls this year

As Halloween approaches, students at Liberty are beginning preparations for various celebrations, from parties and trick-or-treating to visiting haunted houses.  But with traditions running deep in dorms, many students will hold celebrations right here on campus. Students can find holiday celebrations at Scaremare and residences off-campus.Residence halls on campus will be carrying on traditions of Halloween celebrations in the days […]

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Center for Music and Worship holds their annual concert

Homecoming weekend began Friday night with the wave of a baton as 500 choir members and instrumentalists from the Center for Music and the Worship Arts welcomed Liberty alumni back to campus with their annual concert.  This year’s concert focused on a few featured soloists, including Dr. Samantha Miller, Jon Werking, Charles Billingsley, alumnus Jason Schonfelder, and students Fiston Bujambi, […]

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Interior design students win People’s Choice award at annual Virginia Furniture Market competition

Every year Virginia Furniture Market holds a competition to showcase Liberty FACS students. Aiming to bring real-world experience to emerging designers while beautifying the store’s showrooms, the competition brings competitors from Liberty’s Interior Design department to showcase their skills.  A locally-owned and operated business for over 22 years, VFM operates eight brick-and-mortar locations throughout southwest and central Virginia.  Through the […]

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