Deaf community comes together

Around 100 deaf and hard of hearing middle and high school students from Virginia and North Carolina will come together to enjoy Liberty University’s Deaf Field Day Friday, Oct. 21.  This is the first time Liberty has put together an event like this for the deaf and hard of hearing community. Around 50 Liberty students will be volunteering at the […]

Read more

International Student Center hosts lunch and learn about Ethiopia

Liberty University and the International Student Center (ISC) encourages students to learn about the countries represented on campus through Global Connect events.  The ISC is the primary avenue for international students to get connected and allows American students to learn more about the cultural representation on campus. The student body at Liberty is incredibly diverse, and  according to Liberty University’s […]

Read more

Come and see music, romance, mystery, and intrigue at the Liberty Tower Theater

Lyrics like “lunch counter mornings and coffee shop nights” carried the audience into a play within a play. “Curtains,” directed by Chris Nelson, is a murder mystery set in 1959. When the lead theater performer, Jessica Cranshaw, dies suddenly on stage at the end of her act, Lt. Frank Cioffi, a detective, quarantines the entire cast and crew to probe […]

Read more

Liberty Reveals next show theme

October and the start of fall typically means pumpkin spice lattes and chunky sweaters. But for fashion students at Liberty University, this time of year also means preparation for the annual Liberty Fashion Show held in the spring. Although it’s hosted by Department of Family & Consumer Sciences (FACS), students of all majors are invited to participate in and attend […]

Read more

David Platt on Global Focus Week

On the evening of Sept. 28, Campus Community opened with two songs by Shane & Shane: “O Praise the Name of the Lord our God” and a verse of “Come Let Us Adore Him.”  At the conclusion of these songs, David Platt, a Christian evangelist, missionary and pastor who spoke at Convocation earlier that day, shared another vital message on the […]

Read more

Pre-Vet Club Helps Students Learn the Trade

With 4,800 projected openings for veterinarians each year, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics places that occupation among the fastest growing careers.  Liberty students pursuing degrees like zoo and wildlife biology and zoology (pre-vet) hope to fill those openings. Outside of class, students are encouraged to join the Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club.   Kristen Mendoza is the club’s president, majoring in zoology […]

Read more

Academy Center brings the golden age of entertainment back to life

Cultivating and fostering creativity is just one goal of Lynchburg’s eclectic Academy Center of the Arts.  The Academy Center of the Arts’ mission is to not only serve the community, but to also provide fun programming for the public, arts education courses and exquisite gallery exhibits. The center also works towards helping improve students’ grades and conducts outreach to those […]

Read more

Family Legacy at Liberty

Although Liberty University is considered a young college compared to ones that have been around for centuries, legacies are still born here. Father-son team Ernest and Jonathan Hoppe are one such example of those legacies. Strange enough, both Hoppes have had some similar Liberty experiences. For example, Ernest Hoppe lost his last tooth in the very sink that Jonathan now […]

Read more

Catholic representation on Liberty’s campus

Students on Liberty’s campus represent a multitude of denominations across the Christian faith. However, a focus on God and community compose the beliefs of each student. One such way to foster community in specific denominations is through clubs such as Catholic Campus Ministries (CCM), which became an approved club in 2017. The CCM club exists to foster the spiritual growth […]

Read more
1 2 3 4 5 6 120