Plans for library on the table

Self-check points, virtual browsing option and extra study space are proposed in order to give students better service at new library Liberty University’s students have not yet seen all the changes happening on campus, because in the works are plans for a new library. The new library is still in the proposal concept stage in terms of scale and location, […]

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U.S. honors 10-year anniversary

Nearly 10 years ago, the United States of America experienced a terrorist attack on the World Trade Center that destroyed the Twin Towers, damaged the Pentagon and affected the entire nation. This Sept. 11, there will be activities and events held in all states to commemorate the anniversary of this incident, including significant events in key cities, such as New […]

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Giving back to those who gave it all

Heroes Fund Scholarship assists wounded warriors and spouses Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, but Liberty University’s Office of Military Affairs is paying a special tribute to those wounded in combat with the Heroes Fund Scholarship. Recipients of the prominent Purple Heart, veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and widows or widowers of soldiers killed in combat are eligible to […]

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Budget cuts hit GLTC

Company struggles to avoid changes The earthquake was not the only thing to shake things up in Lynchburg recently. The Greater Lynchburg Transit Company announced significant budget slashes to its operation, which caused an outcry from Lynchburg bus riders at the public meetings held Aug. 18 and 19. “No changes have been made as of this date but there will […]

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New parking regulations, construction cause growing pains

University plans for centralized classes Rumors of parking garages, no freshman vehicle passes and additional parking lots can be heard throughout Liberty University’s campus as students, staff and faculty fight to find a spot before class. With academic changes ushering in an increase in population in certain areas on campus, it has been unclear to many students and faculty if […]

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SGA to hold Hall Senator elections this week

New system designed to better represent students “Leadership is servant-ship,” Student Body President Cody May said. One and a half years ago, a group of Student Government Association (SGA) leaders started reviewing Liberty University’s Constitution to better serve their fellow students. The group thought the Constitution needed revisions and updates to make the SGA run more professionally. Among other changes, […]

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Chancellor sets the record straight

Liberty University Chancellor and President Jerry Falwell Jr. recently questioned the reluctance of a Lynchburg, Va. newspaper to clarify raw U.S. Department of Education federal student aid data the newspaper reported in an article earlier this year. The premise of the March 27 article in The News & Advance was that Liberty University students received $445 million in financial aid […]

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How will al-Qaeda react?

“(Sunday’s) events will cause quite a bit of uprisings and protests from Arab sympathizers,” Dr. Charles Murphy, Marine, Cold War veteran CIA analyst and professor in the Helms School of Government, said. “A few people over there will be glad that (bin Laden’s) gone, but they do not have the freedom to express it.”

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Two students robbed

Two Liberty University students were robbed of their money in the early morning Sunday, May 1 on Champion Circle, according to a Liberty University Police Department (LUPD) news release. The students were threatened with a two and a half inch knife.

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