LU’s Pro-Life Club introduces new legislation to support student parents. Liberty University student Amy Sharp works a full-time job while attending undergraduate classes twice a week. She is also a student parent, meaning she goes to college while simultaneously raising her child. Sharp, 20, got pregnant during her freshman year of college and married soon after, but never took a semester off school. Because her … Continue reading Pro-Life Club Pushes Early Registration for Students with Children
How does parking enforcement work on campus and where are students most likely to lose their car? How can students avoid the police? As part of their responsibilities, the Police Department on Liberty University’s campus is constantly watching for vehicles that violate the guidelines established by the university and Virginia’s laws. Students with tight budgets and in need of quick parking cannot afford a ticket … Continue reading Towing the Line: The Worst Spot to Park on Campus.
A response to the Liberty President’s editorial on free speech. During the Conservative Political Action Conference hosted last week in D.C, President Donald Trump announced he would sign an executive order that would withdraw federal research dollars from colleges and institutions that do not promote and protect free speech. The announcement comes in response to a recent assault at UC Berkeley where a student trying … Continue reading Liberty University is Not a Proponent of Free Speech
Students take a stand in light of controversial comments made by leadership during CPAC. Students braved chilly weather with the LU for MeToo group on the steps of the Montview Student Union at 11 a.m. today to stage a show of support for sexual abuse victims and LGTBQ+ people. According to a flyer shared across social media, the demonstration was a response to controversial comments … Continue reading LU Students Protest LGTBQ+ and #MeToo Discrimination
LU tries to pack out the Conservative Political Action Conference through bribes and labeling it as “non-partisan.” Liberty University gained a national stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Friday, March 1, and tried to fill out the Vines Center in a variety of ways. Liberty University was one of three Christian universities to serve as a satellite campus for the event, along with … Continue reading Liberty University Incentivizes Professors for CPAC Attendance