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President Falwell films special message for graduates, announces Mike Pompeo will attend September event

By Liberty University News Service – On a day that would have been the largest day of the school year for Liberty University, with about 50,000 people being welcomed to its campus for the 47th Commencement, President Jerry Falwell addressed the graduating class in a video posted on his Instagram account and the school’s main…

Liberty criminal justice students mentor juveniles in local detention center

By Liberty University News Service – During her sophomore year as a criminal psychology student with a minor in criminal justice at Liberty University, senior Sophie Steele got a glimpse into the life of young people in need of guidance. As part of a life training skills and mentoring program for one of her criminal justice classes, Steele met…

Intern makes the most of her time on Capitol Hill during COVID-19 crisis

By Liberty University News Service – Facing challenges is a hallmark of being a Champion for Christ. Working as an intern in Washington, D.C., in the midst of a pandemic has certainly created a lot of challenges but also opportunities for growth for Brianna Tibbetts, a Liberty University politics and policy student interning in the office of U.S….

Former George W. Bush assistant speaks on Constitution’s timeless values during virtual government classes

By Liberty University News Service – Each semester, the vice president for external and government relations at Focus on the Family, Tim Goeglein, gives a series of lectures, talks, seminars, and panels to students in Liberty University’s Helms School of Government. This semester’s topic could not have been more timely, despite his lecture being presented virtually…

Liberty Moot Court Team holds virtual tryouts on Sixth Amendment issues

By Liberty University News Service – COVID-19 restrictions did not prevent the Liberty University Moot Court Team from conducting a four-day virtual tryout for 13 prospective students interested in joining next semester’s team. Each contestant prepared for three weeks before presenting their arguments digitally to a panel of judges (current Moot Court team members) as well as…

International Relations student participates in premier national defense forum in California

By Liberty University News Service – Rebekah Pryor, vice president of Liberty University’s Alexander Hamilton Society chapter, participated in the Reagan National Defense Forum, held Dec. 7 at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif. She tuned into conversations about modern foreign policy and gained knowledge that will equip her for her future career at the foremost national…

Faculty rise to the challenge of online teaching as they continue Training Champions for Christ

By Liberty University News Service – According to Robert Hurt, dean of Liberty University’s Helms School of Government (HSOG), faculty and staff managed the first week of transitioning residential classes to online just like any other week. “Regardless of the circumstances, the professors are committed to making sure that our students don’t miss a beat in getting…

Dedication, passion, and providence lead Liberty’s first Fulbright Future Scholar to Australia

By Liberty University News Service – Luis Quijano is one of those students who, when he has a goal in mind, does not let anything get in the way of achieving it. His determination to receive a Fulbright scholarship, even after multiple attempts, was not deterred, and the results have proven to be well worth…

International relations student recalls lessons learned during summer internships in Ukraine

By Liberty University News Service – While in high school, Gloria McDonald dreamed of becoming a journalist. Her interest in foreign affairs caused her to frequently glue her eyes to the television, watching the latest international news unfold. McDonald still holds a love and appreciation for good journalism, but her passion for understanding and influencing…

School of Government alumni panel focuses on value of M.A. in Public Policy

By Liberty University News Service – The Helms School of Government hosted a special panel of alumni on Monday morning and presented information on educational and career opportunities through Liberty’s Master of Arts in Public Policy (MAPP) program. The panel was moderated by the program’s director, Dr. Kahlib Fischer, and included MAPP graduates Shayne Sanders (’17,’19), a Country Officer in…

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