Stroke Survivor Katherine Wolf Speaks At Liberty’s Convocation, Shares Inspiring Personal Story

“We all have invisible wheelchairs,” Katherine Wolf said during Convocation on April 8. She is the founder of Hope Heals, a ministry devoted to spreading the message of hope and Christ. She started her ministry to help others be able to experience this hope and spread its message through books, summer camps and speaking events for people with disabilities.  “My […]

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SATC Hosts Liberty Students For A Movie Showing On The Trafficking Epidemic

Human trafficking is prevalent in every country, but people are unaware of the suffering that trafficking victims endure. The Students Against Trafficking Club hosted a Students Against Trafficking Awareness Movie night on April 7 featuring the award-winning documentary “Nefarious: Merchant of Souls.”      The movie incorporates testimonies of individuals fighting against human trafficking, ex-human traffickers, ex-sex slaves and ex-prostitutes.  […]

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SGA Passes Resolution To Reintroduce Suicide Awareness And Prevention Week

Liberty University’s Student Government Association proposed a new resolution that would reinstate Suicide Awareness and Prevention Week in the fall. It is awaiting further approval from administration.  Suicide Awareness and Prevention Week appeared at Liberty in 2017. The week was a time for trained professionals and speakers on mental health and suicide awareness to come to campus and speak to […]

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Liberty Recognized For 50 Years Of Education at Convocation

Liberty 1984 graduate and Virginia Rep. Wendell Walker and Virginia Sen. Mark Peake presented President Jerry Prevo with a certificate to commemorate Liberty’s 50 years of training champions for Christ, during Convocation on April 6. The certificate is a copy of the resolution passed in both houses of the General Assembly last October. It highlights the history and accomplishments of […]

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Nine Liberty Students And Faculty Are Fulbright Semifinalists

The Fulbright Program offers opportunities for students and faculty at colleges across the country to serve citizens from other countries through teaching band conducting research. This year, Fulbright semifinalists include six Liberty students and three faculty members. All of them experienced a long, intensive application process. This process included submitting essays, having references and providing resumes with their qualifications. When […]

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Female Students Participate In Flag Football Tournament

Students competed in Campus Recreation’s Women’s Flag Football Tournament April 1-2 at the Liberty Mountain Intramural Complex. Intramural Sports aimed to provide a safe but competitive competition for students of all skill levels to enjoy.  The tournament on Friday consisted of 14 teams with each playing in two rounds. On Saturday, the all-day competition ranked the teams into a single […]

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Liberty’s Cyber Security Team Set To Compete At Nationals Following Regional Victory

Liberty University’s Cyber Security team is prepping for the Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition’s national championship in San Antonio after its big win at regionals. The team has prepped earnestly for the big stage by taking first place at regionals, which were held remotely, among seven other collegiate teams, battling a malicious security risk on a company’s network. Liberty’s Executive Director […]

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