An LU student’s take on how the JF administration should have protected and prepared students more for controversy. Jefferson Forest High School experienced some press after students and faculty had posted pictures of students waving Confederate flags on Feb. 4. According to wsls.com, on the fourth, the kids could dress up in fancy or Southern attire and sport Southern/Confederate pride. This event was called “Country … Continue reading Confederate Controversy: How JF Should Have Prepared.
An LU student’s perspective on the opioid crisis. The opioid crisis has been a huge problem as of recent years. According to the South China Morning Post over 300,000 people have died in the US since 2000 due to prescription opioid overdoses. These types of opioids are prescribed for seizures, different types of pain and other ailments. Many of these opioids are extremely addictive and … Continue reading A War on Common Sense
Liberty claims to be a big proponent of free speech, but is it really? Liberty University prides itself on being one of the largest Christian universities in the world, one that trains students to be “Champions for Christ.” But Liberty has had a mixed history in regard to freedom of speech and expression on campus. While public universities are required to allow free speech on … Continue reading Liberty Needs Freedom of Speech on Campus.