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Liberty’s School of Business Students Excel in Ethics Video Competition

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Although it was their first year to participate, three teams of students from Liberty University’s School of Business placed in the 2014 National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) […]

Changing the game

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Forbes honors Liberty graduate as one in a thousand Forbes will honor Liberty University graduate student and alumna Tori Utley as one of its 1,000 rising “game changers” at its […]

Polls close

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SGA reveals election results A week of intense campaigning came to an end when Liberty University’s Student Government Association (SGA) announced the winners of the class officer election Friday, Sept […]

Flames strike

Flames strike

While the Liberty Flames men’s division I (DI) hockey team began a new season with nine new players and a new playbook Friday night, they posted a 7-2 win over the Potomac Patriots Junior A team in decidedly old fashion. It was captain Matt Sherry and alternate captain Lindsay LeBlanc, both [...]

Comic genius

Comic genius

The new Liberty University Art Gallery will soon be hosting the work of renowned comic book artist Sergio Cariello, a man known for his work with big-name companies. His résumé features drawing famous characters including Wolverine, Captain America, Hulk, Ironman, Batman and many [...]

Market opens

Market opens

Liberty University will hold its first Farmer’s Market in the Doc’s Diner parking lot, Thursday, Sept. 18. The market will be held every Thursday until Nov. 13 from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and will feature vendors such as the Liberty Campus Garden, Cakes and Fudge by Kondo, and [...]

Market opens

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Liberty University will hold its first Farmer’s Market in the Doc’s Diner parking lot, Thursday, Sept. 18.

The market will be held every Thursday until Nov. 13 from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and will feature vendors such as the Liberty Campus Garden, Cakes and Fudge by Kondo, and [...]

School of Business accredited

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Business programs obtain official recognition from accreditation council This year, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) held its annual conference in Chicago June 29 and officially recognized […]

Alumni make ‘33 Under 33’ list

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Christianity Today recognizes former students for exceptional qualities Liberty alumna Alison Howard and current Liberty professor Dr. Joshua Chatraw recently made Christianity Today’s “33 Under 33” people’s choice list. The […]

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Vines hosts tourney

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Lady Flames win two of four games as the Vines Center reopens for action In front of a home crowd at a newly renovated Vines Center for the first time […]

Thrill of Gillville returns

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Schools across the nation have plenty of traditions revolving around their sports teams, and Liberty is no exception. In recent years, Gillville has become a mainstay of the Liberty athletics […]

Early season struggle

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Field hockey has seen everything go wrong after a NorPac championship last year After winning the NorPac Championship last season and returning nearly every player, Lady Flames field hockey would […]

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A day of remembrance

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Students pay tribute with 9/11 memorial More than 10 years have passed since Americans were stopped in their tracks, horrified by the news of the terror attacks that took place […]

Comic genius

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The new Liberty University Art Gallery will soon be hosting the work of renowned comic book artist Sergio Cariello, a man known for his work with big-name companies. His résumé features drawing famous characters including Wolverine, Captain America, Hulk, Ironman, Batman and many [...]

Venture off campus

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Students can explore many parks and trails around the area Lynchburg, Virginia, is home to more than just Liberty University. Beyond the bounds of campus, recreational activities abound. The James […]


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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 »

9/11 defines generation

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Attack on the World Trade Center continues to shape millennial culture Born in the early ’90s, relatively speaking, millennials have not witnessed many world-shifting events. We did not see the […]

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