PRSSA hosts gala to benefit Habitat for Humanity

Gatsby grandeur overtook the LaHaye Event Space to raise money for a local charity and give students an opportunity to swing-dance away end-of-semester stress. Liberty’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter hosted a Great Gatsby-themed benefit gala Tuesday, April 14. PRSSA sold tickets to the event for $10 and raised $330 for Lynchburg Habitat for Humanity. A portion […]

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Symposium explores Bible prophecy

Liberty’s spring semester Biblical Studies Symposium, titled “Issues in Eschatology,” featured discussions on some of the most widely debated topics related to Bible prophecy. The seminar took place April 13-14 and welcomed leading scholars to share their research with students and other guests. The event, hosted by the Department of Biblical and Theological Studies, sought to give students a greater […]

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ALD holds initiation ceremony

Students, along with their family members and friends, packed Towns Auditorium Friday, April 17 in order to celebrate the initiation of freshmen into the Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) honor society. Bessie Grayson, the administrative advisor for the Liberty University chapter of ALD, said there is only one initiation ceremony each year, which is held in the spring semester. “Membership in […]

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School of Business competes in video competition

After finding success in the 2014 competition, Liberty built on last year’s momentum and placed nationally in the Center for Public Trust’s 2015 Ethics in Action Video Competition. This year, three teams from the School of Business were entered into the contest. The annual competition officially opened to national entries in 2011 and is hosted by Libscomb University. According to […]

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WE NEED TO TALK

Jenna is in a relationship with a guy who doesn’t respect her. One day at the gym, she overheard her boyfriend make fun of her to his guy friends. This wasn’t the first time he mocked her or put her down. It was time to confront the problem. But Jenna grew up in a home in which her dad’s anger […]

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Season heads south

Losses to Charleston Southern and High Point increase losing streak to 10 games After losses to the High Point University (HPU) Panthers and Charleston Southern University (CSU) Buccaneers Thursday and Saturday, Jan. 29 and 31, Liberty’s conference losing streak extended to 10 games. The Flames are now 0-10 in the Big South and have an overall record of 6-17. Liberty […]

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Students form production company

Lights, camera, Area 51 Films has been in action since 2013. Area 51 Films is a student-run production company that was formed by four cinematic arts students who wanted to create videos that reflected their progress in Liberty University’s cinematic arts program. The team of Area 51 Films is currently working on its third Coffeehouse video “Guardians of the Holidays,” […]

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Students win ALD scholarships

Every year, thousands of students try to win scholarships to help pay for their college tuition. At Liberty University, the National Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) society has a chapter in the national honor society. Liberty ALD scholarships are awarded to outstanding members with awards ranging from $1,000-$6,000. New initiates can apply for the National Jo Anne Trow Scholarship Award. This […]

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