Boundaries Workshop for Females Hosted by Office of Community Life

What does it mean to have boundaries in life?  Students can find out during a six-week workshop series held by the Office of Community Life. The event will help educate females about the importance of having healthy boundaries in life.  According to Leanne Gifford, the director of educational programming and assessment for the Office of Community Life, it means understanding […]

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Students Respond to a State Emergency

This semester, two teams of students from Liberty University will be traveling to Kentucky to help communities that were hit earlier this year by flooding and tornadoes.  The trips are being organized by LU Serve Now, the disaster relief and humanitarian aid arm of Liberty University.   The first team, comprised of six students and two leaders, left for Jackson, […]

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From Planned Parenthood to pro-life, Abby Johnson shares her story at Convocation

Abby Johnson, a pro-life activist, spoke at Convocation Sept. 9 to tell about her experiences with abortion as a young college kid and how sin can creep into our lives. She encouraged Liberty University students not to compromise and stand up for Christ.  “Sin comes into your life one compromise, one justification, one lie at a time,” Johnson said.  Johnson […]

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An Opportunity to Gain Wisdom from Some of Liberty’s Greatest Professors

The Graduate Workshops provide Liberty graduate students the opportunity to learn and grow in community alongside each other while hearing wisdom from some of Liberty’s professors and speakers.  The first workshop of the 2022-2023 academic year, titled Resiliency in Leadership, will occur Sept. 15 from 12-1:30 p.m. at the Alumni Ballroom. The goal of the workshop is to learn how […]

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Phi Alpha Theta wins “Best Chapter” award

Liberty’s History Department chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, a national honor society for history students, was recently awarded the “Best Chapter Award” for 2022.  The award recognizes Liberty’s chapter of Phi Alpha Theta as one of the best in the nation. The chapter took home the highest honor in the largest category, beating out other substantial schools with enrollments greater […]

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Student Activities hosts Line Dancing outside medical building

Grapevine. Shuffle step. Stomp. Hitch kick. Instructors used these terms and others to introduce students to line dancing Saturday evening at the Student Activities event. Students dressed in flannels, blue jeans, cowboy hats and boots to come together to learn how to line dance with professional instructors.  Instructors Emma Gutierrez and Joey Ramirez went step-by-step, showing students how to do the […]

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