First Commuter Appreciation Week

Commuter Appreciation Week was March 18-22, and different activities were held every day for commuter students to enjoy.  In past years, the Office of Commuter Life held Commuter Appreciation Day, but this year is the first time a whole week was dedicated to commuter students.  “Our main goal behind these events is for our commuter student population to know that […]

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LU ONE will be hosting faith-based event happening on March 2

Sharing testimonies of faith, challenges and confidence, the LU ONE Women’s Leadership Panel happening March 19 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the LaHaye Event Space will feature the discussion of women with strong faith while promoting a culture of fellowship and community. This year’s theme is all about celebrating women in leadership, and it will include a moderator-led […]

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Civic Scholar

Illegal immigration is a contentious topic in the United States and being aware of what is happening at the borders is a necessity for an educated vote in the 2024 Presidential election. It costs the U.S. taxpayer approximately $150.7 billion each year in illegal immigration expenses, according to the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR). FAIR compared data from 2017 […]

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Braylin Miller makes a plan for Blossom Ridge Christian Camp

Sometimes God can show us an opportunity to serve while going about our normal daily lives. That happened to senior Braylin Miller this year while she was involved in Liberty’s COAL  (Camp and Outdoor Adventure Leadership) program. Miller is starting a Christian summer camp named Blossom Ridge Christian Camps in her hometown of West Jefferson, North Carolina. The opening of […]

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Navigating college at Liberty: Podcast equips students with helpful life lessons

January marked the beginning of season two of Liberty’s “University Overwhelm” podcast. Hosted by Scott Busby and Sophia Payne, “University Overwhelm” aims to give Liberty students the advice they need to not only survive university but thrive as well. The first episode was released in April 2023. Season one of the podcast contained episodes about all things university life and […]

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In other news

State Election officials in Richmond, Virginia have been urging residents to find alternatives to mailing in absentee ballots for the presidential primary elections next week. According to AP News, General Registrar Keith Blamer said at a recent meeting that there have been issues with mail delivery that could impact absentee ballots. Attempting to find practical solutions to this issue, there […]

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Learning worship and prayer: Students hear from Lester Taylor and Pete Greig

Liberty University hosted pastor Lester Taylor and LU Praise with a commemorative celebration of gospel music called Gospel-ology this past Wednesday, Feb. 28. LU Praise’s performance shined a light on the historical impact of gospel music. Before the first performance began, a short video played, describing gospel music as something for all areas of life, in which the musical sincerity […]

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South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem speaks about the successes of her state at CPAC 2024

Kristi Noem, South Dakota governor, spoke to attendees of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 23.   Noem began her speech by introducing herself as a farmer and rancher who is “now blessed to be the 33rd governor of the great state of South Dakota.”   She then spoke about the current state of the 2024 election […]

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Lara Trump speaks to CPAC attendees about the current state of U.S. politics

Lara Trump, former television producer and daughter-in-law of former President Donald Trump, spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Feb. 22 where she urged attendees to support her father-in-law’s 2024 presidential campaign. Lara began by discussing the current state of politics in the United States. “The party of JFK is dead, now replaced by an ideology that stands against […]

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Ben Carson: “The Doctor is in”

Ben Carson gave a speech Thursday, Feb. 22 at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) about the necessity of turning back to God during times of political unrest in America, as well as his beliefs about the weaponization of the United States justice system.   Carson began by delving into what he believes is the “crisis of legitimacy” that Washington faces.   […]

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