For God and country: Tyler Ellwein

Tyler Ellwein, known as TJ to friends and family, is a freshman athletic training major at Liberty. He likes baseball, basketball, working out at the LaHaye Student Center and going on adventures with his friends. Tyler Ellwein is also an Eagle Scout and was recently one of four Eagle Scouts across the U.S. nominated for the Congressional Medal of Honor American Spirit Award.

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Christian camp promises adventure and experience

Kanakuk Kamps, one of the largest Christian sports camp in America, held a recruitment meeting Wednesday, Jan. 26 to raise interest for prospective staff. The Missouri-based camps house over 14,000 campers each summer. Through sports and outdoor activities, camp counselors have the opportunity to minister to campers in many ways. Kanakuk’s sports camps range from seven to 28 nights, and […]

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Commuter Coffee Kickoff

The Commuter Affairs Office (CAO) helped students start the semester bright and early with their Commuter Coffee Kick Off. CAO staff passed out free coffee and snacks to students coming onto campus for their first classes of the semester. The CAO has held this event every semester since fall 2009 to establish themselves with commuter students.

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A Christmas to remember

With more than 260,000 Christmas lights, Thomas Road Baptist Church (TRBC) is inviting audiences to come celebrate its 40th anniversary of the holiday production, the Virginia Christmas Spectacular. More than 40,000 people attend this holiday tradition every year, experiencing the brilliance of Christmas lights in the Living Christmas Tree, new and old Christmas carols, and the story of one of the most significant events in history.

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Liberty celebrates Christmas in Lights

Liberty students have many Christmas festivities and events to help relieve the stress of final projects and exams. The Advent season kicked off Monday, Nov. 29 with a new Liberty tradition called “Christmas in Lights,” which was marked by the lighting of a huge Christmas tree in front of DeMoss Hall. Attendees socialized with friends and enjoyed free hot chocolate […]

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Robin Alexander and Stikfire

Two local restaurants offer opportunities for a different atmosphere and affordable meals for students according to Liberty University alumna Robin Dimond. “I wanted to give students options to eat off campus besides the cafeteria,” Dimond said.  “I just left a couple years ago and so much has changed.  When I was at Liberty we didn’t have many options.” Dimond owns […]

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Profile: Professor Monique Maloney

“Being here is kind of a mini-miracle,” Professor Monique Maloney said. The fashion-forward VCAR professor smoothed her black silk dress and smiled as she recounted all the events that brought her and her husband from Pensacola, Fla. to Liberty. “Art runs in my family,” Maloney said. “I just never thought I would be teaching it.”

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