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City Council denies plea

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Proposal for a crosswalk near the Annex shot down despite recent accident The Lynchburg City Council has rejected Liberty University’s pleas for a crosswalk to be installed at the intersection […]

Airbag Recall

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An air bag is supposed to protect drivers and passengers involved in a collision. However, the mechanism that controls the bag has been known to fail, causing at least four […]

Kelly family inspires

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Hall of Famer praises God for life lessons learned For the first time in the family’s history, Jim Kelly, his wife, Jill Kelly, and their daughter, Erin Kelly, took the […]

Canadians unite after Ottawa attack

Canadians unite after Ottawa attack

Terror struck Canada for the second time in one week as gunman Michael Zehaf-Bibeau killed a soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa Wednesday, Oct. 22. He then stormed the Parliament building, firing shots before being killed by Sergeant at Arms Kevin [...]

Club remains undefeated

Club remains undefeated

Heading into the fall season with many new players added to the lineup, Liberty’s men’s club volleyball team was uncertain how it would fare in its opening tournaments. With two tournament wins in the books, it appears as if they will have nothing to worry about. The Flames have started […]

October: a time for gratitude

October: a time for gratitude

In a time when the United States is inching ever closer to a post-Christian culture, understanding the sacrifice our pastors make and honoring them during Pastor Appreciation Month is now more important than ever before. For one month out of the year, the world is reminded of the incredible […]

ED GILLESPIE

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Republican Party Ed Gillespie, a Republican, was born the son of an Irish immigrant. He grew up working in the grocery store his parents owned. According to his campaign website, […]

ROBERT SARVIS

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Libertarian Party Robert Sarvis, campaigning under the Libertarian Party, is vying for a seat in the U.S. Senate in this year’s general election. Sarvis grew up in West Springfield, Virginia, […]

MARK WARNER

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Democratic Party Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, a member of the Democratic Party, was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2008 and is seeking a second term for the 2014 election. […]

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Volleyball sweeps Winthrop

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The Lady Flames volleyball team (22-5, 9-0 Big South) swept the Winthrop Eagles (15-10, 5-4 Big South) in three straight sets, continuing their 13-match winning streak Oct. 25 at the […]

Beating the odds

Lady Flame Caroline Douglas pushes past two serious injuries Caroline Douglas is having the best season of her life. The redshirt junior outside hitter on the Lady Flames volleyball team […]

Champs again

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Field hockey wins third consecutive NorPac East title The Lady Flames field hockey team (10-7, 4-0 NorPac) won their fourth consecutive conference game Thursday, Oct. 23 with a 5-1 victory […]

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Students experience Army opportunities

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Liberty University students were able to experience hands-on medical training and see what opportunities the United States Army has to offer Tuesday, Oct. 21 with the arrival of the Army […]

Fighting against cancer

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Liberty student starts organization to help families and suffering children No one fights alone. This is the goal of Crush Childhood Cancer, an organization that was founded in order to […]

Signs speak volumes

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Members of ‘Silent Light’ ministry communicate through sign language As the service begins and the pastor prays, members of the “Silent Light” ministry at Living Word Baptist Church do not […]


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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 »

Washington Post editor leaves legacy

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Benjamin Bradlee, the former editor of the Washington Post who led the paper through the tumultuous days of covering Watergate, died Tuesday, Oct. 21. The 93-year-old Boston native was a […]

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