America’s Got Talent winner rocks stage at Vines Center, inspires students

America’s Got Talent season 14 winner Kodi Lee stole the show during Friday’s Convocation through his musical performance and compelling story of overcoming and defying disabilities. Students cheered in support across the Vines Center as 22-year-old Kodi Lee captivated the crowd with his vocal and piano performances.   Kodi Lee’s mother, Tina Lee, shared Kodi Lee’s unique journey through his […]

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LU Serve gives students a taste of what it is to be hungry through their Global Hunger Workshop

The Global Hunger Workshop on Tuesday, Oct. 15 allowed students to experience what it’s like to go hungry every day in an interactive, hands-on way.  Steven Gillum, director of International Engagement for LU Serve, said that students are concerned “for not only humanitarian aid, but also ongoing community development that meets the physical needs of vulnerable communities.”  This workshop was […]

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Deciding the District 23 delegate– Candidates Walker, Zilles campaign to represent Liberty, Lynchburg in Richmond

Editor’s Note Wendell Walker and David Zilles are running to represent Virginia’s 23rd district in the House of Delegates. District 23 consists of parts of Lynchburg, including Liberty University.  Del. Scott Garrett currently holds the District 23 seat in the House of Delegates and has for the past 10 years. Garrett decided not to seek reelection to devote more time […]

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Liberty calls alumni, students to the mountain for family, football and festivities for this years Homecoming

Liberty Mountain called alumni and current students together again during Homecoming weekendOct. 18-19.  Liberty provided various events for alumni and students, including a bonfire with live music, the School of Music concert and the Homecoming Day parade, as well as the football game against Maine.  The bonfire offered s’mores and live music from alumna Sydni Alexander.  “Sydni is a Liberty […]

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Visitors caused to question their eternal destiny at annual October event, Scaremare

With  Halloween just around the corner and the month of October as the time for haunted houses and candy, Liberty University hosts Scaremare to top off the season. Scaremare takes students through spooky trails and a haunted house, but it is not the average haunted house experience. It incorporates a biblical message and confronts participants with one question: what happens […]

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SGA passes bill to implement NanoSeptic door handles across Liberty

Students may have noticed the green and white, pad-like additions to the door-handles of certain doors at the Jerry Falwell Library. Previously implemented in the Liberty University School of Medicine and Liberty Christian Academy, these inconspicuous pads (NanoSeptic Surfaces) could potentially change student life on campus for the better.  Merely two weeks into the 2019 fall semester, Delegate for the […]

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Liberty’s young debate team begins with successful season

After decades as a competitive team for Liberty University, Liberty Debate remains dominant among its competition and holds an winning record this season, despite being a rookie team.  Last year’s debate team had a group of seniors and veteran debaters who swept the competition with top-three finishes in the American Debate Association, Cross Examination Debate Association and National Debate Tournament, […]

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Liberty football records shattered by a golden duo

Two high school athletes. One plan.  When Stephen Buckshot Calvert and Antonio Gandy-Golden committed to Liberty football in 2016, they already had one daring goal in mind: breaking records. The conversations of breaking Liberty’s passing and receiving records started in 2016, when Calvert and Gandy-Golden – then high school recruits – announced via Twitter their intents to shatter Liberty football […]

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‘Day at the Point’ event offered a glimpse in to the lives of Virginians past in downtown Lynchburg

While most students were travelling or visiting family during the weekend of fall break, Point of Honor, a historical house in downtown Lynchburg, entertained guests and offered carriage rides. For the past 22 years, Point of Honor has hosted an event called “Day at the Point.” The event is free, family-friendly and offers Lynchburg residents and visitors a chance to […]

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Four Liberty graduates run for the House of Delegates in Nov. 5 election

Editor’s note:  Four of the candidates running for a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates in the Nov. 5 election graduated from a Liberty University undergraduate program or the Liberty University School of Law. We featured the four Liberty alumni’s answers to a series of four questions we asked through email correspondence. Darrell H. “D.J.” Jordan, Wendell Walker and Del. […]

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Liberty’s College Republicans chapter door knocks for upcoming election

In light of the upcoming Virginia state elections, Liberty University’s chapter of the College Republicans is mobilizing a number of events to drum up support for Republican candidates.  The most involved of these campaigns are the Statewide Deployments hosted on the weekends of Sep. 27-29 in Richmond, Oct. 11-13 in northern Virginia and Oct. 25-27 in Tidewater.  Liberty’s chapter joins […]

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Liberty math major crafts gingerbread creation of DeMoss Hall for school assignment

For her project and presentation assignment in ENGR 270, senior Bethany Carney prepared something completely different from what was expected.  As a math student enrolled in mostly upper-level courses this semester, Carney has a lot on her plate. But her busy schedule didn’t stop her from crafting a fully edible 4-by-1 gingerbread replica of DeMoss Hall, Liberty’s primary academic building, […]

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