LU housing specifics amid COVID-19

Liberty University continues to make adjustments to their housing protocols to provide international students a safe place to live amidst the global pandemic.   After receiving backlash about the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the administration stands with its decision, which ultimately gives students the choice to remain on campus in dorms as they take classes online. “The decisions we […]

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Hurdler overcomes season-ending pandemic adversity. The Jovaine Atkinson story

Missing an entire spring season is nothing new for Liberty track and field’s standout hurdler Jovaine Atkinson. Atkinson’s time at Liberty has been a rollercoaster of peaks and valleys, including several injuries that caused him to miss extended periods of time. After an injury his freshman year caused him to miss the majority of the indoor meets and the entire […]

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The brother of Pastor David Nasser celebrated in memorial service video due to covid-19 restrictions

Over the last few months, Liberty students and faculty have joined together to pray for one of the university’s most beloved members, Benjamin Nasser, as he continued his battle with cancer. When Pastor David Nasser announced his brother Benjamin’s passing on March 28, the whole university family mourned the loss. Shortly after Benjamin’s passing, BenjaminNasser.com was made, aiming to celebrate […]

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Liberty University Student Body candidates participate in Q&A before campaigning heats up

As the student body election begins to gear up via social media campaigning and through an online voting format, the three campaigns running for student body president and vice president look to establish their own platforms and visions for Liberty students. Each campaign answered three questions in regard to their purpose for running and how they plan to create change […]

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Liberty University’s timeline of decisions regarding the campus response to COVID-19

Liberty University has faced backlash in the past few weeks for its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students, staff, government officials and news organizations have released content in the past weeks criticizing the university’s approach to the situation. During a March 25 ABC News interview, Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. addressed the concerns regarding the safety of Liberty students and the […]

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The story of the Liberty ski and snowboarding head coach that didn’t snowboard until college

It takes a little creativity, a touch of freestyle and the ability to think on your feet. The quick-thinking adventure is why Liberty ski and snowboard head coach Isaac Gibson was initially drawn to flying down a snow-covered hill with a board strapped to his feet. Though he had never snowboarded before coming to Liberty, Gibson is not just Liberty’s […]

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Opinion: The Coronavirus will impact the 2020 Presidential election

By the end of February, one subject dominated national headlines: the 2020 Democratic primary election. Now, the election seems like a distant memory in the wake of a national health crisis, COVID-19, that has shut down several states and prompted aggressive responses from mayors, governors and President Trump. While 2020 will forever be remembered as the year of COVID-19, an […]

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Breaking News: Liberty University students leaving dorms will receive $1000 housing credit

Liberty University Student Financial Services announced Friday morning that on-campus students who chose not to return to campus will receive partial housing credit, if the students move out by Saturday, March 28. According to the announcement, students no longer living in the dorms this semester will receive $1,000 credit toward their on-campus housing costs for the fall 2020 semester. Graduating […]

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6 Things to do during social distancing

With a pandemic upon us with the recent outbreak of the coronavirus, we must modify the ways we typically interact with those around us to protect them and ourselves from COVID-19. Welcome to the concept of social distancing. Though the idea of staying physically away from other people as much as possible might be an introvert’s dream and an extravert’s […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Liberty University moving most classes online to combat coronavirus, campus to remain open

After originally deciding to resume classes as normal following spring break, President Falwell announced Monday afternoon that most Liberty University residential classes will transition to online status beginning Monday, March 23, in response to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. Liberty was one of the last universities to announce its partial closure in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. While a social media […]

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Sports are canceled, and I’m NOT OK. Five alternatives for fans amid coronavirus

Sports are canceled because of coronavirus, and I’m not OK. This has been an unprecedented week in the history of American sports. Professional basketball, hockey, baseball and soccer in America have all been postponed through the end of March, possibly later. European soccer, golf and tennis have also been suspended. The NCAA spring and winter sport championships are canceled for […]

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Opinion – On Super Tuesday, former vice president Joe Biden unified the Democratic party

In the blink of an eye, Joe Biden went from a catastrophic failure to the consensus front-runner. His campaign elevated from outdated disaster to overwhelming dominance. All because of one historic night – Super Tuesday. The dramatic results of Super Tuesday finally placed Biden where he wanted to be all along: the clear front-runner and expected Democratic nominee for president. […]

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Liberty University hosts Charlie Kirk to discuss new book, “MAGA Doctrine”

As election seasons gets fully underway, debates surrounding the political leaders rage on. Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk spoke at Convocation Friday, March 6, to discuss why President Donald Trump is the perfect man to continue leading the U.S.  Following the release of his new book, “The MAGA Doctrine,” Kirk spoke to students about the balance between Christian beliefs […]

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