From the Desk

It is one of those lessons that can take years to learn, and some people go a lifetime without learning it. People hate change. It makes no difference whether or not the change is good or bad. The smallest differences in a time-honored routine can make anyone bitter, but it is amazing how much finding a way to accept change […]

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Iconic scenes decorate halls

Each year arts students make saran wrap sculptures to diplay in the ILRC The Cowardly Lion, the Tin Man, the Scarecrow and Dorothy all take their iconic stance as they prepare to skip down the yellow brick road. Samantha Baker and Jake Ryan lean in for an anticipated kiss on a table with a birthday cake with 16 candles. Tim […]

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LaHaye encourages wellness

Three-part health seminar allows students to learn simple steps for stress prevention from health professionals The LaHaye Student Union continued its Health and Wellness Series committed to keeping the college student’s fear of the “Freshman 15” at bay Wednesday, Oct. 9. The three-part series focuses on lifestyle changes that students can make to reduce stress with simple steps to better […]

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Registration deadline approaches

After 5 p.m. tonight, Virginia residents and students will not be permitted to sign up for voting in the state The last day to register to vote in the Nov. 5 Virginia election is today, Oct. 15, according to the Virginia.gov website. Virginia.gov states that anyone who would like to vote in the election Nov. 5 must register before 5 […]

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HomeComing

Alumni and students celebrate the past with a parade, football game and more than 20 other campus events More than 2,800 guests will flood Liberty University’s campus for Homecoming weekend Oct. 18 – 19, according to Tyler Falwell, the university’s director of alumni relations. Alumni and students will have the opportunity to attend multiple events and cheer for the Flames […]

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Overtime thriller

“I couldn’t tell you what was running through my mind,” sophomore Tyler Bullock said about scoring the winning goal in the second overtime. “All I know is I ran straight to the bench, but didn’t have to run far before they all met me on the field, and we celebrated as one.” The Liberty Flames (5-5, 2-3 Big South) were […]

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Apple picking trip packs adventure

Slick roads and an immobilized bus could not keep Student Activities from enjoying Carter Mountain Orchard A recent trip of more than a dozen students to Carter Mountain Orchard in Charlottesville, Va. nearly reached an abrupt end when a bus came close to overturning. Students aboard the bus for the Student Activities Apple Picking Trip experienced an unexpected turn of […]

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Filming from one coast to another

Caleb Lee started East West when he saw there was a need for more creativity in wedding cinematography “The works of our hands are only a reflection of the hope that is in our hearts,” Caleb Lee, the owner of East West, a nontraditional wedding videography company, said. “It turns out that people are extraordinary, and sharing meaningful stories is […]

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Low education standards cripple U.S.

Americans must find a more effective way to combat substandard international averages in education According to a Huffington Post article by Joy Resmovits, America’s educational performance has fallen behind international levels. Resmovits reported that in an exam known as the Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC), Americans performed well below the international average on math, reading and […]

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Shutdown affects military families

The government’s inability to reach an agreement is hurting the people who most deserve our protection For those of you praying for our government, bruising your knees from countless hours of repeating Obama’s name to God and hoping for divine intervention, let me write a few more concerns on this prayer list of yours. As we all know, or should […]

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Movie sequels see increased showtime

For decades, many have looked to Hollywood as a sort of citadel, where master storytellers produce great works of amazing fiction, capturing the hearts and minds of the audience. I often find myself entrapped in a suspenseful story, imagining myself within the harrowing situations of the hero. However, a noticeable trend has been occurring, and it involves movies like “Fast […]

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Vote in Virginia’s governor election

The upcoming gubernatorial race will hold significant consequences for the future of our state and our nation E pluribus unum. The Latin phrase, inscribed into the Seal of the United States, is one of our nation’s first and greatest mottos. Translated into English, the expression reads “out of many, one.” Out of many states emerge a single nation. Or so […]

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Making progress in minor leagues

After being drafted, a trio of former Flames continue their journey toward the pinnacle of the sport, the MLB The Liberty Flames baseball team stayed busy during the summer of 2013. After winning the Big South Conference Tournament in May and finishing second in an NCAA regional, Flames players spread out throughout the country to keep playing and improve their […]

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Football schedules FBS foes

With Liberty in pursuit of an invitation to join a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) conference, the Flames will play several highly ranked FBS opponents in the coming years. The Flames football team is currently a Football Championship Subdivision program and is hoping to graduate to FBS play in the next few years, according to Athletic Director Jeff Barber. Liberty will […]

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