Opinion: Papa John’s is Losing Money Due to Owner’s Controversial Comments

Mamma Mia! Papa John’s is losing dough—and not because sales are up. Founder and CEO of the pizza chain restaurant John Schnatter raised eyebrows Nov. 1 in a conference call with investors after blaming recent losses on the NFL national anthem protests and the organization’s leadership, which allowed the protests to persist. “The NFL has hurt us by not resolving […]

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Marching band captures the “Spirit of the Mountain” in current season

From luaus to “Hancock Time” to long bus rides, senior band members reflect on an eventful year for the marching band. Preparations for next year’s show will begin in February, and Band Director Stephen Kerr is already recruiting for next year. Before Liberty plays a home football game, “The Spirit of the Mountain” marching band gathers at the Hancock Welcome […]

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Retired Bible professor Dr. Harold Willmington reflects on his legacy

Willmington is the longest-serving original faculty at Liberty University and currently teaches a Bible class at TRBC on Sunday mornings. Willmington’s Project SWORD, set for release in January, will be fully accessible and free online for Bible education.   “Now, Harold,” Dr. Jerry Falwell Sr. said on April 7, 2007. “How long have you been with me?” Dr. Harold Willmington […]

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“Thoroughly Modern Millie” brings the Roaring Twenties to life onstage

“Thoroughly Modern Millie” tells tale of young girl who moves to New York City during the Jazz Age hoping to get a job and marry her boss. Art deco theme of the show appears throughout in costumes, posters and backgrounds to transport audiences to the 1920s in NYC. Millie Dillmount enters the stage at the beginning of Liberty University’s production […]

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New CERE partners learning with industry experience

Center for Energy Research and Education allows students to share lab space with local and leading industries. State-of-the-art facility will also hold engineering classes designed to reflect what industry professionals seek from potential employees. Liberty University’s Center for Energy Research and Education, located in Forest, Virginia, opened this fall and will help Liberty grow its research portfolio by partnering with […]

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Liberty students gain real-world experience with bioterrorism simulation

Bio-terror attack simulation allows students to network and receive hands-on experience and agencies the opportunity to practice their response. The simulation allows students from various departments such as public health, criminal justice and biology to come together and learn. The Lynchburg Fire Department responded to a call Saturday, Nov. 4 at the Liberty University indoor track and field facility to […]

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New Athletic Center unites athletics and academics for cutting-edge center

New Liberty Athletic Center allows athletes a space to train, receive tutoring, attend to injuries and nap in down time. The Athletic Center brings space, natural light and some of the newest technology to the new athletic facility to care for students. The Liberty University Athletics Department opened its new Athletics Center, a 60,000 square foot one-stop-shop for all things […]

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Military Emphasis Week to honor soldiers and their families

Military Emphasis Week features a hockey game, football game, Veteran’s Day Parade and special Military Appreciation Convocation. Students have opportunities to participate by praying for fallen soldiers and their families and collecting food to send to soldiers in the Middle East.   Liberty University Office of Military Affairs is hosting the first LU Military Emphasis Week, Nov. 4-11, since it […]

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