Falkirk Center’s Faith Summit engages millions across the nation

The LaHaye event space sizzled with excitement Thursday as conservatives from around the country gathered to encourage others and hear from notable speakers and activists. The Faith Summit, hosted by Liberty’s Falkirk Center, held the “Get Louder, Fighting for the Soul of America” conference. The event was closed to the public but broadcast online on America’s Voice News, Falkirk’s YouTube […]

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Liberty football gears up for season opener against western kentucky

After six months of uncertainty – including two Power 5 league cancellations, multiple schedule adjustments, numerous health and safety protocols and the most bizarre spring and summer in sports history, Liberty football is back. The Flames are preparing for Saturday’s 2020 season opener against a formidable opponent in Western Kentucky. Led by second-year Head Coach Tyson Helton, the Hilltoppers are […]

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Opinion: Netflix’s “cuties” promotes the sexualization of children – and that’s not okay

The year is 2020. Wildfires run unchecked, riots bloody America’s streets and a pandemic cripples the healthcare systems worldwide.  On top of all that, Netflix released a movie catering to pedophiles. It’s not a documentary about the justice system or a behind-the-scenes feature about “To Catch a Predator.” No, “Cuties” is full-fledged pedophilia bait, released under the guise of embracing […]

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Liberty students gather to promote the discussion of racial and social issues on campus

Members of the Liberty University football team and the women’s basketball team organized a gathering at the base of the Freedom Tower Tuesday morning to peacefully discuss racial issues. Students gathered at 10:30 a.m., and some held “Black Lives Matter” flags. The meeting progressed into a conversation, as attendees struck up civil and respectful discussions from differing points of view. […]

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Program-best recruiting class will help fill shoes left by Buckshot and gandy-golden

Era-defining LU football stars Stephen Buckshot Calvert and Antonio Gandy-Golden finished their Flames careers with a place in Liberty’s record books and a bowl win to their names. But their graduation this spring meant losing the dual stars of Liberty’s football solar system, and for Head Coach Hugh Freeze, this unusual offseason meant an opportunity to rebuild the Flames in […]

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nashville artists hold unique workshops for school of music students

Liberty University students get a look into the behind-the-scenes world of Nashville session musicians, a hidden process only a few professionals ever get the opportunity to see.  From Sept. 14 to Sept. 16, 2020, four professional Nashville studio musicians will visit the Michael W. Smith Center for Commercial Music. Steve Brewster, Dave Cleveland, Jacob Lowery and Jason Webb will show […]

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International student center helps foreign students feel at home

The academic lawn was abuzz Friday night, Sept. 4, as international students gathered to mingle, celebrate their home cultures and worship together at the Worldwide Welcome event, organized by the International Student Center (ISC). This event is one of many the ISC puts together every year to cultivate international student engagement on campus. Events include open houses, international education week […]

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opinion: A vote for Joe Biden is a vote for Planned Parenthood

The pro-life movement, which staunchly believes that a successful abortion requires the murder of an unborn human, has shown glimpses of steady growth under the Trump administration. President Trump was also the first sitting U.S. president to attend the March for Life, a prominent annual pro-life event attended by tens of thousands of people. There, he gave a speech in […]

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Quarterback competition takes center stage as football looks for buckshot replacement

One of the bigger questions looming over the 2020 Liberty football season is who will replace four-year starter and program-record-holder Stephen Calvert as the new quarterback. Calvert graduated in 2020 after leading the Flames to their first bowl game victory and finishing his Liberty career with a program-best 12,025 yards passing and 93 touchdowns. Liberty has big shoes to fill […]

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Liberty custodian describes how the cleaning staff strives to serve the students on campus

As thousands of LU residential students return for the fall semester, the pressure remains high for the campus custodial staff as they face unprecedented regulations due to COVID-19. Amy Stone, a member of the custodial staff working on the Hill, is excited for the ministry opportunities this semester will bring, despite the pandemic-related safety measures in place.  Stone has worked […]

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three Friends use podcast to spread understanding Across diverse groups

Three friends and LU students created The Interracial Podcast with the goal of spreading joy while engaging in Gospel-centered conversations about racial and cultural differences. Kevin Hernandez, Stevie Taylor, and Jake Kahn met during their time at LU. They met frequently to play soccer and remained close even after Kahn graduated and Hernandez transferred to a community college. Taylor is […]

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