Defying Death brings positivity and light to the heavy metal genre

In the dregs of quarantine, people faced unprecedented loneliness and dreariness and tried many new activities to keep themselves entertained.  One group of friends decided to create a musical ministry to battle the boredom. Attending the same church and having the same passion, these four artists brought together their unique talents and founded a heavy metal band: Defying Death. The […]

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Newest theater production brings the jokes

Live, laugh, love, they say. That’s part of the message of the comedy play “You Can’t Take It With You,” Liberty’s latest theater production. Set in 1930s Manhattan, the audience watches the Sycamore family go about their daily activities. Mr. Sycamore sets off his fireworks, Mrs. Sycamore writes a plethora of plays, their daughter Essie bakes candy and dances ballet […]

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Digital media and journalism professor teaches with a higher calling

The trek of life can cause many ups and downs, heartaches and laughs. All Christians bring their own unique testimonies to the story of their personal journey. Toni Perry, a digital media and journalism professor at Liberty University, struggled through sickness and trials, but she now uses her story to reach her students. “When God calls us somewhere, it doesn’t […]

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Liberty gym upgrades offer students new opportunities for exercise

Running, weight training, swimming, rock climbing and more. At Liberty, the state-of-the-art fitness and recreation facilities present multiple options for staying in shape.  Liberty University’s gym in the LaHaye Recreational and Fitness Center — or for most, simply LaHaye — has two stories of exercise equipment and facilities designed to optimize the possibilities for working out.   Sean Sealy, the […]

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Internship program helps students network and grow their resume

Profession and passion collide in the Washington Fellowship internship, allowing students to get experience in their future field of work. Liberty University’s Washington Fellowship is an internship program designed to allow students of all majors to live in Washington, D.C. for a semester while interning at any business or company they choose. The Washington Fellowship, which consists of 30 students […]

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Lab equipment enhances learning biology

Behind the doors of the Center for Natural Sciences, students aren’t just cramming for their next biology exam. They’re also performing important research.  With state-of-the-art lab equipment, science majors conduct research and learn how to use machinery that will be relevant to their future careers.  Dr. Jeremiah Winter, a cell biologist and professor at Liberty University, discussed the specific lab […]

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Criminal justice club prepares future leaders

Major motion pictures and television shows like “Criminal Minds” have created a criminal justice craze, but there is much more to this program of study than what is depicted by Hollywood. Liberty students majoring in criminal justice have the opportunity to join the Criminal Justice Club.  Dylan Seekamp, a senior and criminal justice major, has been a member of the […]

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Wind symphony boasts 20 years of performance

Liberty’s vision included music at its founding, and today,  students have a variety of opportunities to worship God through their music. One of these opportunities includes the wind symphony, which remains Liberty’s most acclaimed wind band. The wind symphony, whose first meeting was over 20 years ago, consists of many talented Liberty students, playing instruments including brass (horns, trumpets, trombones) […]

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Student gets buyers hooked on crocheted animals and plushies

An emerald green dinosaur, a pink baby cow and squishy plush octopus await passersby,  hoping to find a new home. Every Wednesday, a menagerie of stuffed animals and toys populates the tall circular booths in the Montview Student Union by the Starbucks food court. These adorable stuffed creatures are the creations of Lauren Sherlin, a sophomore at Liberty.  Sherlin recently […]

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