Liberty Information Services tech Glenn Babbitt uses his meteorology skills to bring fun and safety to LU events

A man with a kind smile, a blue button down and a weather-radar map tie sits down and paints the story of how the Lord worked throughout his life and guided him to Liberty. His name is Glenn Babbitt, and little do students know, but he protects them during Liberty’s outdoor events. Babbitt works for the Office of Security and […]

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The Bear Cave

Kings and nations have been coveting gold since the beginning of time, sending out explorers to scout lands for the precious metal. When we hear tales of lost treasure, it’s almost always chests of gold coins or vaults of golden artifacts.  For America, the prospect of gold brought hundreds of thousands of migrants to the west in what became known […]

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Liberty nursing students use hands on simulation tech to experience real-life medical scenarios in their fields

The Liberty University Nursing program comes in third in the state and 87th in the country, according to rncareers.org. That rank reflects the rigor of the program that includes 400 hours of simulated patient care.  According to the Virginia Board of Nursing Education Requirements, students in a prelicensure registered nurse program must have a minimum of 500 direct patient care […]

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Liberty medical student becomes student of the AAFP National Conference

Allison Smith, a fourth-year student at Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM), was recently elected as the student chair of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students.  Smith began her medical journey with the intent to reach underserved people. She grew up in North Carolina in an area with underserved […]

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Thomas Jefferson’s summer retreat shines light on LYH history

With an octagonal structure, neo-classical porticos, stately white Tuscan columns and French-inspired windows, Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest has been recognized as one of the most notable archaeological and historical gems in rural Forest, Virginia.  According to poplarforest.org, the retreat is neatly positioned at the end of a 2.2-mile-long Poplar Forest Parkway and includes over 600 acres of land and trails […]

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Liberty Theatre Department kicks off October with a tale of the Salem Witch found in ‘The Crucible’

Does God desire to punish those who step slightly out of line with fire and brimstone, or is he merciful and slow to anger, abounding in steadfast love? This is the type of debate that plagued the Puritan church and is explored by “The Crucible,” which takes place in 1692 during the Salem Witch trials. The play, written by Arthur […]

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LU Modern Languages professors give advice on how to effectively learn languages

Have you ever considered learning another language? Modern Languages professors, Annik Miller and Yan Xie, shared their experiences on language learning and offered advice to students doing the same.  Miller, who speaks French, German and English, teaches both French and German. Knowing three different languages has warranted her to take many different language courses through her languages journey. For Miller, […]

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Nonprofit and humanitarian aid club seeks to help those in need, will host speaker events in October

Liberty University’s Nonprofit and Humanitarian Aid Club (LUNHA) may be only two semesters old, but they are making plans for the future.  As part of its goal to learn from people working in the humanitarian aid mission field, LUNHA will be hosting two speaker events in the month of October. The first will be Oct. 10 and will feature Kelley […]

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ASL professor shares his story of how he became a teacher, encourages communication between all communities

Though communication can look different across cultures, making an effort to engage with one another can bring forth new understanding. Assistant Professor of American Sign Language (ASL), Michael Martin, lifts up the Deaf community as he serves through teaching. “It’s not true that all Deaf people cannot drive or cannot work as professionals in various fields,” Martin said, dispelling a […]

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Looking Through Time

Everybody loves a nice, grilled piece of meat. At least, anybody with good taste does. It’s easy to take for granted that delicious steak that just came off the grill. But for Christians, how should we think about that wonderful cut of beef?  We know God provides us with the food we need, but this came from a grocery store. […]

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LU grad student Brian Colvin competes on Food Network show ‘Chopped,’ wins it all

Some people sit and let life simmer, while others take life at a boil. Sergeant 1st Class Brian Colvin, an online graduate student, has spent his life pursuing knowledge and experience while serving others, which led to him winning the Food Network show “Chopped.”  The will to serve stirred in Colvin after seeing the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York […]

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LU accounting professor shares her testimony about Christ

Two minus one equals one thousand. That’s the way it works in God’s kingdom, according to Liberty accounting professor Charlene Geisler. Geisler highlighted how God’s plan will always triumph, even when his ways seem completely opposite of what seems rational. Geisler grew up in a Buddhist and Taoist household in her home country of Singapore. Christianity was especially discouraged among […]

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