The expression of service: To live as Christ

Shane Claiborne speaks of humility and love. The voice of one crying out — among the homeless. Author, speaker, sinner, witness and self-proclaimed lover, Shane Claiborne humbled hundreds Friday, Feb.4 during Liberty University’s Ministry Convocation. “We live in a world where we (Christians) have so much to say with our mouths and so little to say with our lives,” Claiborne […]

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English honor society Sigma Tau Delta welcomes new members

Jazz music filtered through the DeMoss Grand Lobby as Sigma Tau Delta officers, along with faculty sponsor Dr. Marybeth Davis, finished preparations for the induction ceremony Thursday, Feb. 3. After an opening prayer by Prof. Steve Bell, participants and guests were invited to partake in refreshments and socialize before the main event. Guest speaker Prof. Kris Schimmels shared her talk, […]

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Working to save lives

Godparent Home mom raises money to build well in Guatemala A small, dark-haired woman scurries efficiently around the large kitchen, tidying everyone’s messes, stirring the sloppy joe mix, offering food, answering questions, calling out short orders and occasionally munching on a fry or two as she boiled them in vegetable oil. “I usually bake them, but today they didn’t want […]

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VTAG funding increases

Virginia residents attending Liberty University and other private colleges are expected to receive a boost in tuition assistance. Gov. Bob McDonnell’s higher education initiatives passed two key votes towards becoming law this week. McDonnell’s plan — the Virginia Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2011 — increases Virginia Tuition Assistance Grants (VTAG) by $3 million to state students attending private colleges. […]

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Liberty Online in Español

LUO offers classes to Spanish speaking students Liberty University Online, in partnership with the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference is now offering classes available in Spanish. Beginning in the fall of 2010, Spanish-speaking students joined LU Online to get their degrees from Liberty University in programs such as an advanced certificate in Biblical Studies, associate’s degree in arts in Religion, […]

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Changes coming to Student Government

The Student Government Association(SGA) is looking to make some changes this year, including policies relating to weapons and dancing. Firearms have wreaked havoc on schools, most notably Virginia Tech. Senator and co-sponsor of the concealed weapons bill, Craig Storrs said there is nothing stopping the same thing from happening at Liberty University. “My thought is, what’s stopping someone from snapping […]

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Cpl. Kyle Harris: A Marine in Babylon

After graduating high school in 2001, Kyle Harris tried community college, but he felt restless. He wanted to do something different. Two years later, Harris joined the Marine Corps — just in time to deploy to Iraq. Harris was a member of a Combined Anti-Armor Team (CAAT) in the 1st Battalion, 2nd Marines. The CAAT platoon’s job was to destroy […]

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