Trump Jr. ‘Triggered’: Convocation panelists discuss new book, politics

Liberty University welcomed Donald Trump Jr. to Convocation Nov. 13 to participate in a panel with other notable conservative influencers, including TV news personality Kimberly Guilfoyle and Turning Point USA Founder Charlie Kirk. Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. led the discussion and was joined by his wife, Becki Falwell, and Liberty Senior Vice President for Spiritual Development David Nasser. […]

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Student Kaley Brock seeks interest in diplomacy through acceptance into the Peace Corps

After growing up overseas, one Liberty student plans to carry out her diplomatic career by joining the Peace Corps following graduation in May 2020.  Born in Venezuela to missionary parents, Kaley Brock spent her childhood living in Venezuela, Peru and the United States. Brock completed high school through Liberty University Online Academy and Liberty University’s dual-enrollment program. After graduating, she […]

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The Office of Military Affairs continues to invests in veteran students with the new Veterans Center

Liberty University’s Veterans Center has changed in not only location, but size and efficiency. Nov. 13 marked the opening of the new Veterans Center located on the second floor of Montview Student Union moving from its previous location on the third floor. The change has tripled the size of the center and added new additions, including a kitchen, conference room […]

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Center for Law and Government hosts former congressman Bob Goodlatte

With the impeachment inquiry stirring in Washington, D.C., Liberty’s Center for Law and Government brought in an expert on the matter, hoping to better understand the current impeachment process happening in the U.S. Bob Goodlatte, former U.S. congressmen of Virginia’s 6th district, sat down with Robert Hurt, dean of the Helm’s School of Government Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the Liberty […]

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Liberty Campus Construction Update: What students can expect to see changed once they return from break

Liberty students look forward to going home for Christmas break, but they can also look forward to returning to a renovated and improved campus after the holidays.  Construction on campus will continue to make progress over break.  Daniel Deter, vice president of major construction on the Planning & Construction team at Liberty said the Liberty Arena and the 2,200-space parking […]

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Washington Times Opinion editor Charles Hurt talks news writing and the current state of Washington

Robert Hurt may be known for being a former representative and the current dean of the Helms School of Government, but his brother, Charles Hurt is known for his work in the news media. On Thursday, Nov. 21, School of Government hosted an alternate convocation in the School of Music auditorium where they heard from Charles Hurt, the Washington Times […]

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Liberty’s The Alexander Hamilton Society learns how faith and foreign policy collide

Covering topics ranging from nuclear weapons, international human rights and Christian realism, students from Liberty University’s Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) took part in a panel discussion in Washington, D.C. with both Christian scholars and authorities on foreign policy.   On Nov. 1 and 2, AHS traveled to The Army and Navy Club to attend the Christian and National Security: Exploring […]

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Tuesday’s election results shifted Republican party’s power in Richmond

Polls opened Tuesday, Nov. 5, in Virginia and across the U.S. for state, local and special elections. Voters came out in droves to vote  in the heavily-contested election cycle the year before the 2020 presidential election.  President Trump tweeted multiple times regarding the Virginia elections and encouraged Virginians to vote republican and “send a signal to D.C.” Tuesday’s election results […]

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Liberty’s Annual Security Report details campus policies and crime statistics

In 2017, Liberty University was recognized as the safest school in Virginia by yourlocalsecurity.com, an ADT affiliate, following the release of the Annual Security Report by the Office of Equity and Compliance.  This year’s Annual Security Report was submitted to the Department of Education Oct. 1 as part of an annual mandate. Each year, reports are compiled and submitted to […]

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Law students at Liberty University gather for symposium addressing child abuse in the church

The “Liberty University Law Review” recently hosted its 12th annual symposium in the School of Law Supreme Courtroom to discuss the topic of child abuse in the Christian Church.  Each year, the “Liberty University Law Review” board of editors chooses a topic and hosts a symposium for students and visitors to hear from professionals on the topic. This year’s topic […]

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Liberty students host launch party at Speakertree to celebrate the second issue of their self-created magazine Ivy

The idea for Ivy Magazine sparked last fall after Liberty students Emma Jean VandenBrink and Stefanie Murza were inspired by the submission-based Luna Collective magazine based in Los Angeles. After collaborating and submitting work to the Luna Collective, they wondered if having a magazine of their own could ever become a reality.   Instead of waiting to pursue their dream of […]

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Helms School of Government presents CFAW essay winner with $2,500 towards tuition

Helms School of Government Dean Robert Hurt awarded Leanna Flick from Clayton, North Carolina a $2,500 check for the CFAW scholarship from the Helms School of Government during Friday, Nov. 9’s CFAW competition at the Hancock Welcome Center.  The Helms School of Government gave the scholarship opportunity for CFAW students to submit a 500-word essay about the importance of self-government […]

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In a partnership with Park View, the Family and Childhood Development Association donated blankets to help those in need this winter

As the temperatures fall, keeping warm is a challenge, especially for the homeless or for those living in drafty older homes.   Park View Community Mission aims to meet that challenge, and alumna Rachel Koenig  joined the Family and Childhood Development Association (FACDA) at its final meeting of the semester to complete a service project centered around helping individuals stay […]

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