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Congresswoman Michele Bachmann encourages students

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Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann addressed more than 10,000 students at Liberty University’s Convocation Wednesday, April 16, urging them, as well as all Christians in society, to “contend for the things […]

Breaking News: Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal to Speak at Liberty Commencement

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Liberty University officials announced today that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will speak at the school’s 41st Commencement Saturday, May 10, and author Eric Metaxas will speak at the Baccalaureate service […]

Cyber club places second

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Students implement computer safety techniques to succeed in regional finals Liberty University’s Cyber Defense Club placed second in the Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition at Johns Hopkins University March 28 – […]

Club promotes autism awareness

Club promotes autism awareness

In honor of Autism Awareness Month in April, Liberty’s Autism Speaks U is hosting several events in order to raise awareness about autism among students and Lynchburg residents. The month kicked off April 2 on the steps of DeMoss Hall for World Autism Awareness Day. There, Autism Speaks [...]

Alluvion premieres play

Alluvion premieres play

With the success of the recent film “Saving Mr. Banks,” the beloved character of Mary Poppins is making a comeback, and it is fitting that Liberty’s Tower Theater will end this season with a theatrical version of the well-known story. “‘Mary Poppins’ is a fun-loving, family [...]

Shea Thomas prepares for curtain call

Shea Thomas prepares for curtain call

Liberty University senior Shea Thomas’ parents plunked him onto a tennis court for the first time at three years old. With a racket roughly as large as his pint-sized body, it was hard to tell whether he was swinging the racket or the other way around — but he seemed to have a natural [...]

Club promotes autism awareness

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In honor of Autism Awareness Month in April, Liberty’s Autism Speaks U is hosting several events in order to raise awareness about autism among students and Lynchburg residents.

The month kicked off April 2 on the steps of DeMoss Hall for World Autism Awareness Day. There, Autism Speaks [...]

DIGI students represent Sony

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Covering an expanse equivalent to the size of 35 football fields, more than 93,000 employees of major companies in the broadcast world from all 50 states attended the National Association […]

Ukraine crisis impacts student’s family

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Tension involving Russia’s attempt to gain possession of Crimea evokes concern from relative in Lynchburg Sarah Babb, a Liberty University senior whose parents are working as missionaries in Ukraine, explained […]

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Pitching staff maintains dominance

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Suffocating pitching and frequent shutouts have driven the Flames as they try to repeat as Big South champions Baseball players have long observed that hitting can sometimes be contagious. For […]

Run for charity

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Students to raise money for nonprofits The Fish and Bread Project and One Community Church are hosting a charity 5k trail run Saturday, April 26. The race will take place […]

National recognition

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Dot Richardson to coach Central Virginia All-Stars Liberty’s Lady Flames softball Head Coach Dot Richardson has represented USA softball as a player often, from her first time making a national […]

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Concert encourages students

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Tedashii, Trip Lee and Christon Gray urge students to keep God at the center of their lives every day The crowd fell silent with anticipation as the lights in the […]

Green trend expands

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Saving the planet one stitch at a time at the annual fashion show Liberty students showcased their design skills at the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences’ (FACS) eighth annual […]

‘Most delightful,’ Mary Poppins takes stage

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Mary Poppins walked, umbrella in hand, onto the Tower Theater stage April 11 and lit up the room with song and dance in Alluvion Stage Company’s first Disney production since […]


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Computer tutor impacts lives

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The Internet is a primary form of communication for most people today. However some people, mainly senior citizens, have yet to learn how to use this technological medium, despite the […]

Making a difference 10 years later

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When it opened in 1998, the Jubilee Family Development Center was designed to provide low-income youth and their families a constructive recreational and educational environment to enrich their lives. “We […]

From the heart: beyond the call of duty

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Filing and inventory are seemingly insignificant tasks, yet someone has to do it. Kaitlin Royer spent 40 hours of her semester at LAUREL Regional School accomplishing behind-the-scenes work to benefit […]

Opinion »

Afghanistan: a victory for the US, women

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The recent presidential election in the Middle East may be a sign that the region is making increased progress I saw the headlines, and it was as if I was […]

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