Ready, Set, Date!

With the pressure of “ring by spring” looming over students, it is no wonder so many of them flocked to The Reber-Thomas Dining Hall at Liberty University on Feb. 14. In honor of Valentine’s Day, the university hosted a speed dating event at The Reber-Thomas Dining Hall for students. While most people do not think of the dining hall as […]

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OPINION: Marvel impresses comic book lovers with revolutionary 2018 film Black Panther

Feb. 15 and experienced record-breaking box office returns, Marvel’s “Black Panther” was set apart from virtually every other superhero movie, and its success carries a wealth of potential for influencing the film industry beyond the comic book genre. Being that it is the 18th installment in the immensely successful Marvel Cinematic Universe, which has already brought many of our childhood […]

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OPINION: PROSPER act shakes up left side of Congress

What bill is currently working its way through Congress and could influence the fate of Liberty University students’ unsubsidized loans and Pell Grants and the university’s ability to operate according to its religious convictions? The answer is the proposed PROSPER Act, formally titled the “Promoting Real Opportunity, Success, and Prosperity Through Education Reform Act.” This bill, often referred to as […]

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‘Current Conversations’ seminar tackles hot-button issues through Christian perspective

LU Serve hosted the Current Conversations event for Liberty University students Feb. 7-8 to discuss what it looks like to be a Christian in walking through the difficult topics of life and to strive toward loving others. Speakers shared their insights about modern-day topics — including race, sexuality and immigration — that are relevant in today’s society. At the various […]

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“The 15:17 to Paris” Heroes Share Their Story at Convocation

The three American citizens who prevented a potentially catastrophic terrorist attack on a train in Europe spoke in Convocation Friday, Feb. 9 about their experiences before, during and after the moments that inspired the newly-released movie “The 15:17 to Paris.” On Aug. 21, 2015, two U.S. military members, Spencer Stone and Alek Skarlatos, and their lifelong friend, Anthony Sadler, were […]

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Pop Culture and Christianity Converge at Every Square Inch Conference

Liberty’s second annual Every Square Inch Conference is returning March 1 for two days of workshops and lectures on Christianity and culture. The first workshop, which begins at 12:45 p.m. on March 1, will feature keynote speaker Dr. Gregory Alan Thornbury. Thornbury is an accomplished author and the president of The King’s College in New York City. He will be […]

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