South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem speaks about the successes of her state at CPAC 2024

Kristi Noem, South Dakota governor, spoke to attendees of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 23.   Noem began her speech by introducing herself as a farmer and rancher who is “now blessed to be the 33rd governor of the great state of South Dakota.”   She then spoke about the current state of the 2024 election […]

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Lara Trump speaks to CPAC attendees about the current state of U.S. politics

Lara Trump, former television producer and daughter-in-law of former President Donald Trump, spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Feb. 22 where she urged attendees to support her father-in-law’s 2024 presidential campaign. Lara began by discussing the current state of politics in the United States. “The party of JFK is dead, now replaced by an ideology that stands against […]

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CPAC: A conference overview

The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2024 in Washington, D.C., Feb. 21-24 brought together attendees and speakers from different nations. CPAC describes itself on its website as the “largest and most influential gathering of conservatives in the world.” This year, thousands of attendees came dressed in anything from casual attire supporting their favorite conservative candidate to ballgowns. Wednesday night kicked […]

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Liberty Way undergoes massive overhaul

When Mark Hine, executive vice president for Student Affairs, came to Liberty University as a student in 1973, he was handed a small stack of papers with Liberty’s guidelines for students. The guidelines ranged from requirements for women to wear dresses or matching pantsuits, males and females not being allowed to communicate past 6 p.m. and only double-dating until students […]

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Russian politician Alexei Navalny dies

Alexei Navalny, Russian lawyer, blogger and outspoken critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has died at the age of 47. Navalny was serving a 19-year sentence for charges of extremism against the Russian government and had recently moved from a former central Russian prison to a remote penal colony, the highest security level of prison in Russia, according to AP […]

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Students serve Romania: LU Serve Now partners with Greater Europe Mission

A team of 10 Liberty students and two staff members returned Feb. 10 from a seven-day mission trip through LU Serve Now to Bucharest, Romania. LU Serve Now partnered with international organizations Greater Europe Mission and UBC22 (United Beyond Cause) for the trip. According to UBC22’s website, the organization is a Christian-social-humanitarian endeavor that looks to aid refugees who have […]

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Taking a proactive stance on safety

From a small task force of a few people to a full-blown operation with six emergency managers and 18 total staff members, Liberty University’s Emergency Management and Community Engagement (EMCE) department has grown significantly since its formation in 2021. The department was created under President Emeritus Jerry Prevo, who saw the need for a proactive approach to emergency planning on […]

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Students volunteers offer tax help: Liberty’s School of Law partners with VITA to provide services

Liberty University’s School of Law is continuing its long-standing tradition of providing students and community members with Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) services by partnering for the second year with the School of Business’ Center for Financial Literacy. School of Law students David Thomas, Donovan Newkirk and Amber Solberg will work as the program’s site coordinators to facilitate compliance between […]

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Civic Scholar

Throughout the history of the United States, many influential politicians have been Christian. According to a Pew Research Center study, more than four in 10 Americans believe that the United States should be considered a Christian nation. According to the same study, a third of Americans expressed that being in a Christian nation involves the general guidance of Christian beliefs […]

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Campus construction continues: Progress persists on five major projects

As Liberty University’s student body continues to grow and change, so does the physical campus.   The planning process for each building is a complex one, with most projects working together to fulfill a master plan that Liberty’s administration has put together.   “We have a rolling 3-year projection, and it has to be somewhat reactionary and somewhat proactive,” Dan […]

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