Disney-themed Coffeehouse comes to Vines

Feelings of nostalgia sparkled through the Vines Center as students of all ages enjoyed a night of reminiscing on simpler, more magical times at the Disney-themed 2019 Spring Coffeehouse titled “Where Dreams Come True” hosted by Student Activities. “I love coming out to Coffeehouse and this year’s sets were really amazing,” Liberty junior Lucy Stephens said. “Seeing my fellow classmates […]

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Opinion: Amid accusations, Biden has yet to formally apologize

With the 2020 elections fast approaching, former Vice President Joe Biden is expected to make a run for the presidency. However, as his political appearances are ramping up, so are allegations of inappropriate conduct against the potential presidential candidate. Although the allegations are minor, they are many, and Biden must make a formal apology if he wants to keep his […]

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Third annual service event sends students into the Lynchburg community

Liberty University students and faculty served 8,500 volunteer hours during the third annual Serve Lynchburg event April 12 and 13.  The event gave students and faculty an opportunity to serve the Lynchburg community in a variety of ways, ranging from general clean-up to landscaping to painting interior and exterior walls. Liberty partnered with more than 100 local organizations and companies […]

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Liberty freshman endures emergency surgery after doctors give him a 5 percent chance of survival

 Freshman David Walker was no stranger to stomach cramps, but this one was different. During his religion class last semester, his stomach ached more than usual. His mind flashed back to one of his many weightlifting workouts, thinking the pain might be exercise related.  “It was like nothing I felt before,” Walker said. “It was the climax point of a […]

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Liberty alumni couple bought first home on wheels, traveling the country

“It all started as a joke,” Kim Johnson said, reminiscing on how she and her husband ditched the average post-graduate life in favor of living full-time in an RV.  As Kim Osborne and then-fiancé Curtis Johnson both prepared to graduate from Liberty University and the pressures of college came off their shoulders, they considered living a more unconventional lifestyle.   […]

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Liberty Flames Women’s lacrosse junior dominates across several sports

Featured Photo: KJ Jugar | Liberty News Service Lady Flames Junior Jenna Joyal has grown familiar with sports throughout her life due to having three athletic brothers. “Sports were the thing to do,” Joyal said. “I think I’ve pretty much tried every sport.” Joyal excelled at lacrosse, diving and field hockey in her time at Canterbury Preparatory School in New […]

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Black Box Theater brings classic “The Diary of Anne Frank” to audiences

“I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart.” While hiding for two years with seven other Jews from the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam, Netherlands, Anne Frank wrote those words in her beloved diary. Her father Otto Frank published the diary after the war.  Liberty University’s production of “The Diary of Anne Frank” compacts those […]

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SGA election season to take place April 15-17, on-campus scooters update

Liberty University’s Student Government Association (SGA) had the greatest voter turnout in Liberty history during the student body president and vice president elections for the 2018-19 school year, with more than 6,000 students casting votes, according to SGA.  The candidates running during this years’ campaign season anticipate nothing less than another exciting election week, which will take place April 15-17.  […]

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