C-Pac 2021 Headlined By Speeches From Major Republican Leaders

Top Republican lawmakers and constituents took over Orlando, Florida this weekend for the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), setting the stage for former President Donald Trump’s first public appearance since his recent transition out of the Oval office.  Trump strolled onto the CPAC stage asking the crowd “Did you miss me?” Since leaving office, Trump had made no public […]

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Business Expert Rick Betenbough Visits Liberty’s School Of Business To Share His Life Story With Students

Liberty University’s School of Business welcomed Rick Betenbough as a guest speaker to share his journey as CEO of Betenbough Companies and co-founder of Betenbough Homes. Betenbough flew in from Texas to speak to Liberty’s business classes about how he navigated his rise in the field and professional life as a Christian.  He described his experience starting his first business […]

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Dining Services Updates Gluten-Free Meal Plan

Liberty University Dining made changes to the Gluten Intolerant Option program last semester, adding more dining options for students with food restrictions so they can enjoy and maximize the use of their meal plan. Rachel Sanders, the campus dietitian, says the GIO program upgraded some food options for different dining locations on campus. Doc’s Diner added gluten free pancakes, The […]

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Campus Rec Opens And Prepares For Warm Weather Activities

After a slow fall semester due to COVID-19,  Hydaway Outdoor Center opened its gates this spring with updated health precautions, offering outdoor experiences and rental equipment to students.  Students have the opportunity to once again experience outdoor adventure trips such as horseback riding, kayaking, skiing, whitewater rafting, hiking, rappelling and fly fishing. They can also rent canoes, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, […]

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Liberty’s Radio Station Has Grand Reopening After Relocating to Green Hall

Liberty University’s Radio station, home to local program 90.9 The Light, relocated from its previous location in Demoss Hall to a new studio in Green Hall at the start of this semester.  Numerous locations around campus have housed the station, including offices in the old Teacher Education building and more recently on the first floor of DeMoss. A ribbon cutting […]

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Liberty Cinematic Arts Student Wins The Red Street Records Music Video Contest

Matthew Gates, a junior at Liberty University studying film production and content development, recently won a music video contest for Christian artist Cade Thomson’s single “Every Step of the Way.”  The contest was held by Red Street Records, a recording label founded by Rascal Flatts member Jay Demarcus. Gates’ video submission was selected out of numerous entries. The music video […]

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School Of Business Partners With Samaritan’s Purse To Create New Cognate

Conversations between missions’ leaders and the faculty from the School of Business led to the development of a new cognate for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, which focuses on Humanitarian Aid.   This Humanitarian Aid specialization is a 15-credit hour residential program where students learn the business infrastructure for nonprofit organizations. According to the official Degree Completion Plan, […]

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Montview Hosts Valentine’s Day Blacklight Bowling

On Valentine’s day, black lights replaced the standard fluorescent lights at Liberty University Montview Bowling Alley, setting the mood for attendees to enjoy a date night or a celebration with friends. Campus Recreation set up the event, beginning the planning process at the start of the semester. Paper flyers and digital advertisements in Liberty Academic buildings and the offer to […]

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LU School Of Music Plans To Hold Worship Project During CFAW

The Liberty University School of music will hold its annual Worship Lifestyle Project event over College For a Weekend Feb. 25-27, inviting prospective students to share how worship intertwines with life through writing, speech and musical performance.  Two different tracks are available for participants with different skill sets to compete in the event. Track one requires a written essay on […]

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Liberty’s Health And Wellness Center Raises Support For The American Heart Walk In Lynchburg

Through the month of February, Liberty University’s Student Health Center and Wellness Initiatives Department is encouraging heart health awareness and raising support for the annual American Heart Walk, which will take place April 17. The annual American Heart Walk Lynchburg will be held in-person at Riverside Park, and will also offer a virtual experience for those who are unable to […]

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School Of Divinity Relaunches Academic Journal

This Spring semester, Liberty University’s School of Divinity will relaunch their student led academic journal, Eleutheria.  Current undergrad and graduate students are encouraged to participate in the publication by submitting personal research papers “in the areas of theology and philosophy, scripture and interpretation, and church and mission.”  The managing student editor, David Ochabski said that this opportunity will open up […]

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Liberty Engineering Senior Patents New Invention For Major Car Manufacturer

An engineering student at Liberty recently created a product that Toyota will patent to help reduce health hazards for employees.  Claire Callahan, a senior, stated that after four months of work, the product still needs to be dispersed among all Toyota plants before any next steps can be taken. Callahan’s Toyota product is the only one currently in the process […]

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New Obstacle At LaHaye Rock Wall Challenges Way Students Climb

Students at the LaHaye Recreation & Fitness Center might be surprised to find rock climbers upside down, moving up and down the board and working against gravity. The LaHaye Rock Wall added a Grasshopper Board over winter break, changing the way climbers train and enhancing the climbing experience for climbers of varying levels. The Grasshopper Board, designed by photographer and […]

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Vines Center Reopens After Construction

Liberty students were welcomed into the familiar seats of the Vines Center for the first time of the 2020-21 academic year on Wednesday for the spring semesters opening Campus Community.  First year freshmen entered the Vines Center as students for the first time, while returners quickly noticed the changes to the campus staple. The once cream-colored walls are now painted […]

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