Author Sam Allberry to speak: Allberry is the featured guest at the Every Square Inch Conference April 18-19

Sam Allberry, author, speaker and associate pastor of Immanuel Nashville Church, will be the main speaker at this year’s Every Square Inch Conference April 18-19 in the LaHaye Event Space.  Allberry’s session will cover information coming from his book, “What God Has to Say About Our Bodies.” After speaking, Allberry will open the floor up for a moderated Q&A with […]

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Navigating hard conversations: Students learn life skills at Rooted in Resilience workshop April 8

Students learned about steadfastness and joyfulness at the Rooted in Resilience workshop April 8. Leanne Gifford, director of the Center for Student Thriving, and Sophia Payne, associate director of the Center for Student Thriving, gave a presentation called “Handling Hard Conversations.” Payne began by discussing James 4:1-3 and how steadfastness is the most important character trait for a student. The […]

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Students receive team and individual awards during annual Forensics Showcase in the School of Business auditorium

Liberty University’s Forensics Showcase featured student presentations from 6-7:30 p.m. at the School of Business auditorium April 10 to highlight the forensics team’s hard work. Laurel Stiekes, a Liberty University graduate student seeking a master’s degree in professional communication, helped run the event and shared her insight on the Forensics Showcase. “I think this event was a wonderful way to […]

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Civic Scholar

Almost every American can say that the COVID-19 pandemic changed their life in some way. In particular, those who work in healthcare can testify to the impact it had on medicine and the healthcare industry. Dr. Sigmund Seiler, an associate professor of family medicine at Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine, described his own experience when news of the pandemic […]

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Civic Scholar

Many people have heated opinions on climate change and sometimes, the topic of conservation gets caught in the crossfire. Conservation is the “careful maintenance and upkeep of a natural resource” — such as land, minerals, water, plants, animals and even air — “to prevent it from disappearing,” according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service. Kyle Harris, director of organismal and […]

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Chris Renzema performs: College for a Weekend (CFAW) attendees enjoy concert

Students and guests packed the Vines Center to see Chris Renzema’s performance amid a busy College for a Weekend (CFAW) April 5. Renzema provided an opportunity for guests to enjoy his music and worship alongside him. Jordan Hassler, Student Activities event supervisor, led the planning and preparations for this event. His team completed the behind-the-scenes tasks to allow the concert […]

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Gaining job experience: Student Activities hosts job fair for 2024-2025 school year

Liberty University recently held the Student Activities Job Fair on April 2 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the second floor of DeMoss Hall. There were different job opportunities being advertised for students across all majors. The goal for this event was to bring the Liberty community together as it introduced new students to student job positions that will […]

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State An audit conducted by the United States Postal Service’s inspector general found that there are major issues at a new processing facility in Richmond, Virginia. According to ABC News, the March 28 audit found water-damaged mail that was unprocessed for months. The audit was the first of 60 regional processing centers that USPS is launching across the nation, they are […]

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