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Wu emphasizes CSER choices

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Christian/Community Service offers opportunities to help local community Every academic year, thousands of students on Liberty’s campus invest in the community of Lynchburg, providing thousands of hours of service to […]

Actor visits

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Kirk Cameron, a familiar face and supporter of Liberty University, visited Friday, Sept. 26 to encourage students during Convocation and to give advice to cinematic arts students. “I kind of […]

Families hit slopes

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Military personnel are on the frontlines every day in order to protect the United States and the freedom of those who live there. Many times, family members of those serving must make sacrifices as well. The Office of Military Affairs celebrated these families by hosting its semiannual Military Family Fun Day at Liberty Mountain Snowflex Center (LMSC) Saturday, Sept. 27.

Kathi Edinger, Liberty University’s military outreach coordinator, highlighted the goal of the semiannual event.

Flames burn Bison

Flames burn Bison

The Liberty Flames men’s soccer team (5-2-1, 0-1 Big South) shut out the Howard University Bison (0-10-1) 4-0, Sept. 23 at Osborne Stadium. The Flames began the game with aggressive attacks. They amassed two early corner kicks and multiple shot attempts, none of which were [...]

How ’bout them apples

How ’bout them apples

The cooler weather has arrived, and with it comes many outdoor activities and seasonal dishes, along with a staple of the fall season — the apple. Central Virginia is home to a number of apple orchards, including Seaman’s Orchard in Nelson County and Gross’ Orchard in Bedford [...]

Homecoming welcomes alumni

Homecoming welcomes alumni

Liberty University will welcome alumni from across the nation to the ever-changing campus landscape at this year’s Homecoming Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3-4. The weekend will be packed full of events for alumni and current students to enjoy. Homecoming is one of Liberty’s largest annual [...]

Homecoming welcomes alumni

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Liberty University will welcome alumni from across the nation to the ever-changing campus landscape at this year’s Homecoming Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3-4. The weekend will be packed full of events for alumni and current students to enjoy. Homecoming is one of Liberty’s largest annual [...]

Professor’s design selected

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Monique Maloney honored in recent logo contest of 30,000 submissions Monique Maloney, an assistant professor of graphic design in Liberty University’s department of Studio and Digital Arts, created a logo […]

Then and now

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A look around the campus of the past and the campus of the present

Sports »

Firing up the fans

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Marching band encourages crowds to cheer on the Flames Walking into Williams Stadium the day of a Liberty football game is marked by the sea of red, the indistinguishable roar […]

Extra offense

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Changes to ball should produce more runs There will be some changes this year in college baseball, starting with the ball itself. In an attempt to boost offense in Division […]

Turnaround continues

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Lady Flames pass last year’s win total with victories over Virginia, Radford In the first match of Big South Conference play, the Lady Flames volleyball team (13-5, 1-0 Big South) […]

Features »

Acting off the stage

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Theatre Professor Chris Nelson starred in a feature film over summer break It is often said how important it is to form connections with people in college and on the […]

Serving on the road

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Liberty bus driver Rick Edwards shows the love of Christ during his daily route Richard Edwards is no ordinary bus driver. He is a counselor, teacher, encourager and friend — […]

How ’bout them apples

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The cooler weather has arrived, and with it comes many outdoor activities and seasonal dishes, along with a staple of the fall season — the apple. Central Virginia is home to a number of apple orchards, including Seaman’s Orchard in Nelson County and Gross’ Orchard in Bedford [...]


Life »

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 »

Political infighting distracts

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As war continues in the Middle East, Jewish Christians need safe haven Tensions between different religious groups continue to rise at events in Washington, D.C., and around the world. According […]

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