Five Tips To Becoming Financially Stable in Post-College Life

College can be a stressful time mentally, physically, socially and, in particular, financially. Pam Rodriguez, an alumna who studied financial planning, faced financial stress too. Rodriguez, however, worked diligently throughout her college years to not only overcome financial stress but become the business entrepreneur that she is today.  Rodriguez, a certified financial planner, now owns her own financial planning firm, […]

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Opinion: The Future of the Republican Party

The Republican party waited with baited breath as former President Donald Trump took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)in Orlando, Fla. this past weekend.  The weekend was a vital event for the conservative movement as it laid the foundation for the party’s future following Trump’s forced exit from the Oval Office. High profile members of the party […]

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School Of Business Partners With Samaritan’s Purse To Create New Cognate

Conversations between missions’ leaders and the faculty from the School of Business led to the development of a new cognate for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, which focuses on Humanitarian Aid.   This Humanitarian Aid specialization is a 15-credit hour residential program where students learn the business infrastructure for nonprofit organizations. According to the official Degree Completion Plan, […]

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Liberty’s Health And Wellness Center Raises Support For The American Heart Walk In Lynchburg

Through the month of February, Liberty University’s Student Health Center and Wellness Initiatives Department is encouraging heart health awareness and raising support for the annual American Heart Walk, which will take place April 17. The annual American Heart Walk Lynchburg will be held in-person at Riverside Park, and will also offer a virtual experience for those who are unable to […]

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Pop Up Thrift Shop Inspires Students With One-Of-A-Kind Items

At the entrance of the building, two girls holding hand sanitizer greet shoppers before they walk into a room filled with dozens of mask-wearing individuals congregating around racks. On these racks, repurposed clothing items ranging from blouses to pants, all with different materials such as corduroy, denim and tie-dye, hang ready for purchase. The shoppers navigate through each rack, picking […]

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Dobbs Shines In First Career Start As Men’s Basketball Downs UNF In First Installment OF Doubleheader

Historically, Liberty-UNF games have been tight. They have been decided by an average of five points, and no team has won back-to-back games in the series. That changed Friday night. In the first game of this weekend’s doubleheader, ASUN No. 2 Liberty put on a show, torching the No. 3 Ospreys 73-61 and winning back-to-back games against UNF for the […]

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President Prevo Reflects On Friendship With Falwell Sr., Moving Forward With Vision Of Liberty

As the search for Liberty University’s new president and chancellor moves forward, Liberty’s Executive Board of Trustees emphasized their confidence and support of the school’s transitional leader, Dr. Jerry Prevo in a public message Wednesday Feb. 3.  The longtime friend of Dr. Jerry Falwell Sr., founder of Liberty University, stepped into his role in August 2020 after a unanimous vote […]

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One of Liberty’s Moot Court Teams Wins Prestigious Tournament

A team from Liberty University’s undergraduate Moot Court won the national championship at the 2021 American Moot Court Association (AMCA) National Tournament, a first in program history. In November, Liberty sent eight teams from the program, which is connected with the Helms School of Government, to compete virtually in various regional tournaments. These competitions brought in 500 teams from collegiate […]

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Opinion: Outrage Comes From Both Sides After Trade Restrictions In Wake Of “GameStop” Fiasco

Earlier last month, the internet launched the stock market into the erratic claws of one of its worst enemies: unpredictability. For the first time in this globally interconnected age, small-time retail investors harnessed the power of collective action on social media to wreck Wall Street’s plans.  The hedge funds, investment banks and stock brokerage firms intended to ride out the […]

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