“Celebrating Marriage” prepares students for life together.

Love was thick in the air on Wednesday, September 21 as Celebrating Marriage, a premarital workshop hosted by the Student Care Office, began among the blooming relationships of Liberty students. Celebrating Marriage was hosted by Pastor Dane Emerick who has been leading couples for the past six years. The premarital sessions are designed to educate couples who are dating, engaged […]

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Anberlin rocks Vines

The large crowd outside the Vines Center is extremely restless. Some of them have been waiting since 1:30 p.m. to obtain premium seats or standing space. Others have just arrived, tickets in hand, waiting for the huge metal doors to finally open like they were supposed to do at 7 p.m. Those closest to the doors have chanted everything from […]

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Missions Emphasis Week brings global message

Students get new look at the world’s needs with special missions focused events Liberty is looking beyond Lynchburg lines with a focus on global missions. Special events and missions-focused convocations were scheduled for Missions Emphasis Week, which kicked off Sunday, Sept. 18 and ended on Wednesday, Sept. 21. Missions Emphasis Week is held each semester, giving students the opportunity to […]

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Hispanic Heritage month kicks off

Students enjoyed chips, salsa and music as they gathered outside of the Vines Center Sept. 16 to celebrate Hispanic culture with the Hispanic Heritage Month Kick-off hosted by The Center for Multi-Cultural Enrichment. Hispanic and Latin American cultures are very diverse in their music, food, language and so much more. Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 […]

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Oklahoma! opens for sold out crowd

The humming of eager chatter filled Liberty’s 640-seat Tower Theater as the audience patiently waited for the curtain to rise and unveil the stage. With a wave of the conductor’s wand, the orchestra began to play famous, familiar melodies that raised the excitement in the room to a higher decibel. The opening weekend of Liberty University Department of Theatre Art’s […]

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Fight like a girl

A line of women ready to fight for freedom wrapped around Robin Alexander’s in downtown Lynchburg on Wednesday, Sept. 21 for the “Frocks for Freedom” event. Many of the women showed up an hour prior to the sale to wait in line and have first choice at the clothes, shoes, accessories and bags that were donated to Freedom 4/24 for […]

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Four ways to cut the cold

The excitement of fall is filled with pumpkin spice lattes, colorful leaves, open windows —and the common cold. Here are some tips on how to stay well and fight those germs. 1.Go to sleep early or sleep in. Rest is sickness’ worst enemy. It can be tough to go to bed when all you have is a slight sniffle that’s […]

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Oklahoma! set to lead a spirited year of theater

Counts of four cued teams of actors onto the floor of Liberty University’s theater practice room. Tights and shorts, cowboy hats and baskets waved back and forth as each actor and dancer followed the lead of their choreographer in preparation for the Department of Theater Arts upcoming show, “Oklahoma!” Rodgers and Hammerstein’s great American show, “Oklahoma!” will take stage at […]

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No apologizing: Gospel loud, clear

King’s message touched students during Spiritual Emphasis Week Spiritual Emphasis Week kicked off with a full house Monday night, Sept. 5, at Thomas Road Baptist Church with speaker and campus pastor Clayton King. King was on Liberty’s campus Monday through Wednesday night, speaking to students about various topics, including being bare before God, distance from God, true belief and God’s […]

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Insomnia: The sleepless syndrome

Nights spent staring at the ceiling are never fun. However, most college students can probably say that they have spent their fair share of nights drawing imaginary pictures on the ceiling because they could not fall asleep. As a result of high stress, an unhealthy diet and an irregular sleep cycle, many students may find themselves plagued by insomnia. The […]

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LAMP Literary Magazine shines a light on creative talent

LAMP Literary Magazine is one of Liberty’s undiscovered treasures. While the arts at Liberty are typically appreciated through theater, music and the ever-popular Coffeehouse, LAMP offers an increasingly forgotten form of art — the written word. Beginning in 2003, LAMP is a once-a-semester publication consisting of poetry, fiction, nonfiction and art submitted by Liberty students and alumni. Submissions are currently […]

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