Robert Greenway And Ambassadors Will Speak At A Panel Hosted By Liberty University’s School Of Government

With the Middle East war-torn and in despair, a team of leaders led by Robert Greenway helped architect the Abraham Accords in 2020, under President Donald Trump’s administration.  The Abraham Accords are a series of treaties designed to normalize diplomatic relations between the countries of Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco. The accords have helped strengthen relations […]

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Liberty University Students Participate In Coed Kickball Tournament Hosted By Campus Recreation

Liberty’s Intramural Sports held a Coed Kickball Tournament, featuring 12 teams and over 200 participants on March 25 – 26. Past kickball tournaments included four to six teams, but there were 12 teams competing in the 2022 kickball tournament, with such names as The New York Kicks, The Hurbs and God Squad.  The winning team, We Sick Because We Kick, […]

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Student Activities Hosts Spring Coffeehouse: The Great Beyond

Pmrops scattered around the Vines Center allowed students to travel to the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon from “Star Wars” or become a “Toy Story” alien in the claw machine. Other props included a hallway filled with space-related cardboard cutouts, a homage to Area 51 and a photo opportunity with Groot from “Guardians of the Galaxy.”  Liberty students experienced an […]

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Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin Visits LU, Delivers Faith-Packed Convocation Speech

President Jerry Prevo introduced the speaker by explaining how Youngkin’s first job was “washing dishes and frying eggs.” He wanted students to understand that they have to start somewhere. After being introduced by Prevo, Youngkin spoke candidly about how important his faith has been in his journey into the political world.  He continued, discussing how discovering the calling Christ had […]

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Slowing Down: Workshop Teaches About Boundaries

Continuing their Enrichment Series, Student Counseling Services will hold their third workshop discussing occupational health and how to slow down and create boundaries on March 8 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in DeMoss 4162.  Student Counseling Services offers individual counseling, group counseling, crisis services, workshops, enrichment presentations and connections to the Lynchburg community to aid students with anything related […]

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Students Learn About Theology and Culture at the Every Square Inch Conference

Through workshops, lectures, luncheons and a concert, students experienced a packed weekend of events during the sixth annual Every Square Inch Conference March 4-5. The Center for Apologetics & Cultural Engagement teamed up with Student Activities to promote a weekend filled with meaningful conversations about the Lord. According to the Student Activities website, the event’s title, “Every Square Inch,” comes […]

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President’s Post: Our Prayer for Ukraine

The Liberty family and the world have watched with heartache and sorrow the events and devastation that have unfolded in Ukraine over this past week. The latest reports indicate that more than 1 million Ukrainian refugees have fled the country. Make no mistake, Liberty University stands with the people of Ukraine and will continue to stand with them. Last week, […]

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Students Learn How to Live Healthier in All Aspects of Life

Students learned how they can elevate their wellness emotionally, physically and spiritually at the annual Health Expo. About 20 booths lined the Montview Ballroom from 12 to 3 p.m. on March 7. Each booth provided information and tips related to a specific dimension of students’ lives along with activities and prizes.  This year’s theme was “Elevate Your Wellness.” The goal […]

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