My world upside down

New Yorker’s account of the 9/11 attacks “This story is about an event that would change my outlook on life forever,” wrote a 17-year-old Andrew Claudio in his graduating class school memoir. “On that day, I felt that everything that I stood for, everything that I believed in, and everything I put my trust in no longer existed.” Claudio was […]

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SA’s Jazz Night event: success

Trio brings calming effect As smooth jazz glided through the courtyard Wednesday, Aug. 31, DeMoss was transformed into a musical oasis. The stylistic performance of the Bob Peckman Trio allowed students to soak in the soothing, soulful tunes. The Bob Peckman Trio has been gracing Liberty’s stage since 2006 and has continued to return due to their positive relationship with […]

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Paws and Purrs race raises hope

When a tragic apartment fire took the lives of Liberty alumni Rachael Horton and her husband, Aaron, on April 8, it seemed that a beautiful future had also died that day. Horton, a bright-eyed and passionate animal lover, had dedicated seven years of her life to the Gentle Care Animal Hospital in Forest and poured her heart into serving the […]

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Book release a hit with students

The Liberty University bookstore was flooded with eager readers Sunday night, Aug. 28, lining up to buy an early copy of the first book written by campus pastor Johnnie Moore. The bookstore sponsored a “Pre-release” party for Moore, promoting the book and giving students the opportunity to purchase it four days before its nationwide release. “I actually left church early […]

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Shifting focus to prayer

All Night of Prayer gives students sense of unity On most Friday nights, the DeMoss parking lot is usually empty aside from a handful of skateboarders and ambitious students wondering why the computer lab closes before 2 a.m. on the weekends. However, this past Friday night and Saturday morning, the DeMoss parking lot was home to a more diverse crowd […]

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Liberty offers new ways for learning languages

Communication is universal and learning a new language has become more popular as time has progressed. Privet, guten tag and namaste all mean hello and will be one of the many words that one will hear when taking conversational language courses. Outside of Liberty’s academics, the university also offers courses that will help “develop and enrich an individual’s needs.” The […]

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Nose knows: The power of smell

How mixing smelling and studying can help your grade Some people study with flashcards, while others prefer to study by reading their notes aloud. Study groups are popular on college campuses and a lot of people seek the help of tutors. Many students are hands on, and learn by doing an activity or experiencing what the textbook is attempting to […]

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Campus Church revamped: TR SIX:THIRTY welcomes community

To the undiscerning eye, the service looked like any other. The Campus Praise Band was accompanied by a choir in leading the crowd in worship. As the lights went up, finding a single seat vacant in Thomas Road Baptist Church’s large sanctuary was difficult. But to look on the faces of the people in those seats, fixed on Liberty University Campus Pastor Johnnie Moore’s teaching, […]

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Liberty takes a look beyond the seas

As students are settling back into classes for another semester, Light Ministries is preparing for another year full of getting students excited about missions. In a promotional meeting, which will take place Monday, August 29 in the Schilling Center, students passionate about reaching people groups will be introduced to the different missions trips Light will be hosting this year. The […]

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A “Chip” off the old block

You can spot Chip’s smile from a mile away. His smile is followed by the greatest hug on campus. His smile and happy demeanor do not indicate that he suffers from three debilitating disorders. Cerebral Palsy, juvenile diabetes and epilepsy have met their match in Chip Clark. Philip Glen Clark was born on June 25, 1983 in Charleston, W. Va. The problem was Clark was not due to greet the world until September 12.

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