Liberty’s Public Relations Student Society of America Chapter Receives Star Chapter Award

Liberty University’s chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) proved that they are small but mighty by winning PRSSA’s Star Chapter Award. Chapters that received the award had to meet eight of 11 required professional development goals between July 1, 2020 and May 31, 2021, according to the award’s guidelines. Some of these mentioned on the Star Chapter […]

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Liberty University Welcomes Mac Powell as Guest Host of Michael W. Smith Remix Project

Liberty University’s Michael W. Smith Remix Project, held at the School of Music on September 13-14, announced its top six finalists.  The remix project offered students the chance to record their own versions of a guest musician’s songs. This year, Mac Powell of the band “Third Day” gave a list of songs to be reimagined by students. After each student presented […]

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Former Chief of Staff to Mike Pence Speaks to Helms School of Government

Marc Short, former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, spoke to students in Liberty University’s Helms School of Government on Sept. 16.  In his talk, he shared about his experience working in the field of politics.  In addition to working for Vice President Pence, Short served as the Director of Legislative Affairs for former President Trump. In this […]

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The Campus Rec Challenge Gives Ways to Explore Recreation Opportunities

Campus Recreation is back with another semester-long challenge that students can participate in to experience a wide variety of activities that different facilities have to offer. To participate in the Campus Rec Challenge, students can grab booklets (available at any campus recreation facility) with a list of tasks to be completed by Wednesday, Dec. 8. As described on the Campus […]

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Snowflex Hosts Annual Skiing and Snowboarding Competition

For skiers and snowboarders, the Big Air Competition, hosted by Snowflex on Sept. 17, was a chance to soar to new heights and show off their skills on the slope. Judges scored each snowboarder and skier based on style, amplitude and technicality. The competition had four categories: men’s ski, women’s ski, men’s snowboarding and women’s snowboarding. Participants could earn prize […]

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Commuter Student Life Continues Food Pantry for Students

The Office of Commuter Student Life opened the commuter food pantry in November 2020 to help diminish food insecurity within the student body at Liberty. The pantry, which is available by appointment, has helped numerous commuter students stay fed from week to week.  Madison Smith, program coordinator, has seen the impact of the food pantry on the students firsthand. “We […]

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Piedmont Airlines Helps Students Fund Their Education

Piedmont Airlines is strengthening its longstanding connection by launching a tuition payment program as a beta test for select aviation-maintenance students.  The Piedmont Airlines’ Tuition Payment Program allows students to participate in a 12-month training program at Liberty University without the financial burden, according to an article released by Liberty’s Office of Communications and Public Engagement.  Students in the program […]

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Students Research and Create with Hopes to Win National Student Advertising Competition

Liberty’s Advertising Team won second place in the Effie Collegiate Competition this summer and is now preparing for this year’s National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) sponsored by Oculus.  According to Liberty News, Liberty’s Advertising Team competed with over 130 teams in the Effie Collegiate Competition over the summer. Their assignment for the competition was to create a marketing campaign for […]

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National D-Day Memorial and Local Firefighters Honor the Fallen on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

The National D-Day Foundation paid tribute to those who lost their lives on 9/11 and those who have given their lives to serve the country with a wreath- laying ceremony on Sept. 11 and a poppy garden at the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Va. According to Angela Lynch, associate director of marketing for the National D-Day Memorial Foundation, members […]

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President of Ghana to Speak at LU

UPDATE (Sept. 16): Due to unforeseen circumstances, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana, will be unable to visit campus on Saturday, Sept. 25. He will, however, reschedule his visit at a later date.  The President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will deliver an address on African policy, opportunity and the Christian […]

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Workshop Teaches Women How to Navigate the Weight Room Successfully

LaHaye Recreation & Fitness Center hosted its Women on Weights Workshop on Saturday, Sept. 11 at 10 a.m. in the LaHaye Training Loft for women who wanted to build their confidence in the weight room.  The stereotype that women shouldn’t lift weights was eliminated in the two-hour workshop instructed by Amanda Lavender, a personal trainer for Campus Recreation. “I think […]

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