Liberty Lays Out Plans to Combat Second Wave of COVID-19 in the Spring

After a surge in mid-September, Liberty’s COVID-19 cases have been steadily trending down, with the most recent numbers indicating a total of 34 active cases among students and faculty. According to the most recent update to the COVID-19 dashboard, only 0.15% of the campus population currently has COVID-19. Dr. Keith Anderson, executive director of Liberty’s Health and Wellness Initiative, attributes […]

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Former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell Visits the Helms School of Government

Former Virginia  Governor Robert McDonnell spent three days on Liberty’s campus as a guest lecturer in the Helms School of Government, where he inspired students with his experiences in public service, shared wisdom with students regarding their career paths and encouraged them to understand the Judeo-Christian foundation of the United States. During his visit on Wednesday, Nov. 11 – Friday, […]

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Asymptomatic Students Move From Fairfield Inn to East Campus Dorms to Quarantine

Along with changes to the spring schedule, some students are having to change residences  before the upcoming spring semester. Students living in three East Campus dorms were asked to relocate to make more room for students quarantining. The partnership between the COVID-19 taskforce and the Residence Life leadership team   decided that the asymptomatic students who came in contact with […]

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Student Government Passes Legislation to Improve Campus Life for Liberty Students

Liberty University’s Student Government Association is working to improve students’ lives on campus by finalizing three pieces of legislation that implement filtered water fountains at the Jerry Falwell Library and Circle Dorms, replacement charging stations in DeMoss Hall and the addition of a 72 bus route stop at Commons 1 & 2. After receiving Dr. Jerry Prevo’s signature, the legislations […]

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Liberty’s Board of Trustees Creates its Official Search Committee for a University President and Chancellor

Liberty’s Board of Trustees announced Nov. 2 the plans to re-create the executive leadership model, filling both the chancellor and president positions. A committee of 10 Board of Trustees members was formed and charged with the task to fill the two senior leadership positions.  According to the press release, the new chancellor would serve as a “spiritual leader to ensure […]

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International Students Will Get the Chance to Celebrate Thanksgiving

In the wake of a turbulent year and a long semester, students are looking forward to Thanksgiving Break. The International Student Center (ISC) at Liberty University is hosting a Thanksgiving meal to ensure that everyone can experience an authentic turkey dinner.  Since 2004, the ISC has thrown an annual international Thanksgiving dinner.  “During Thanksgiving Break, many international students cannot or […]

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Students Will Gather to Learn About Cultures, Food and Music at International Education Week

Education students will come together to participate in Liberty University’s International Education Week, an initiative that takes place every year to celebrate the differences of various cultures around the globe. International Education Week includes daily events spanning throughout five days.  The week’s events will include a Global Worship Community Night, International Coffee and Tea Tasting, International Sugar Rush, Too Hot […]

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Charges Recently Made in Buckingham/Appomattox County Ongoing Murder Case

Four people have been charged with first degree murder in connection to the human remains found in a vehicle destroyed by fire in Appomattox County. Days before Halloween, the Appomattox Sheriff’s Office began an investigation into an abandoned, burned-out vehicle containing human remains. Officers have continued to search for answers for the victim’s family and friends by working to make […]

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Students Test Their Knowledge of Comic Books and TV Shows at Trivia Night

Sodexo Dining Services is offering students more than just food this semester – it is offering them chances to test their knowledge on beloved television shows, movies and comic books during their virtual trivia nights.  These trivia nights, which each have a particular theme, are conducted through Microsoft Teams. Students have the opportunity to play alone or form teams up […]

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