Senior artwork on display in DeMoss

Admiration — Liberty students look at some of the artwork displayed in the SADA exhibit. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

Students crowded around the art displayed on the fourth floor of DeMoss for the Liberty University Studio and Digital Arts (SADA) art exhibit, featuring the artwork of senior students until March 15. According to SADA chairman Todd Smith […]

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School of Business hosts career fair

Jobs — Students talked with businesses at a career fair Thursday, Feb. 28. Photo credit: Katie Welch

Liberty University’s business students and alumni practiced their business etiquette and networking abilities for 28 companies that attended the School of Business Career Fair, Feb. 28 in the Williams Stadium Tower. The event — which was open to all School of Business juniors, seniors, graduate students and alumni — was …

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Hackers in Anonymous leave little data hidden

Bold — Anonymous members are notorious for their “Guy Fawkes” masks. Lorraine Murphy, Creative Commons

The controversial group that has cracked countless websites as well as the Federal Reserve now has their eyes on Facebook The Federal Reserve, the Australian Government, the CIA and 485 Chinese government sites are just a miniscule number of databases that Anonymous has hacked over the past four years. The …

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First lady is finding her footing

Moving forward — Obama’s legacy remains to be seen, but her confidence is apparent. Mike Brophy, Creative Commons

Over time, Michelle Obama has adapted to being evaluated under the political microscope by people around the world President Barack Obama’s second term began in national controversy, not the least of which was his wife’s dramatic haircut. From bangs to presenting the “Best Picture” Academy Award, Michelle Obama has begun …

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From the desk


My grandmother still cannot send a text message. Sometimes I worry about her, thinking that she might get left behind and remain ignorant about what is happening in the world, or even in the family. But mostly, I really respect her. Why do I respect my non-texting granny’s lack of …

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Students enact “Care for Creation”

Recycling — Bins around campus give students the opportunity to recycle various materials. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

Members are reviving a former Liberty University club known as Care For Creation Association (CFCA) this semester with a fresh drive to encourage the stewardship of God’s creation and to promote an environmentally healthy campus. According to club President Robert Morris, CFCA existed in […]

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ALD seniors awarded

Honorary — ALD recognized senior members at a banquet Saturday, March 2. Photo credit: Jessica Jordan

The Alpha Lamda Delta (ALD) Honor Society held its annual Senior Banquet March 2 in the DeMoss Hall Grand Lobby. According to ALD Faculty Advisor Bessie Grayson, the banquet honored 137 graduating seniors, while 75 attended the event. “This is something we do in honor of ALD graduates, and we …

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New English Honors

Sigma Tau Delta inducts latest members Initiates, parents and current members alike poured into the DeMoss Hall Grand Lobby March 1 for the Sigma Tau Delta induction ceremony. The event welcomed new members of Liberty’s chapter of the International English Honor Society and featured a lecture by Liberty alumnus and …

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Liberty student owns recording studio

Kyle Hoppe discovered his passion for producing music at an early age and now runs Proclamation Studios Kyle Hoppe studies worship at Liberty University, which for many students brings to mind stereotypical images of v-neck shirts, TOMS shoes and skinny jeans. Though these attributes describe Hoppe, it was his love …

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Lecrae to visit

Grammy-winner performs March 22 Christian hip-hop artist and rapper Lecrae, who won a Grammy last month for best Gospel album, will perform in concert with Andy Mineo and Propaganda at the Vines Center March 22 at 8 p.m. Lecrae, whose full name is Lecrae Moore, attended a Gospel conference with …

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Editorial: Fans, stay seated until we leave


Coach K. is upset with officials for not helping Duke leave the court after a 73-68 loss to University of Virginia After guard Jaron Lane hit the lay-up to tie the game 81-81 and a UNC Asheville timeout with 37 seconds left in overtime, Liberty held the ball for one …

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From the Box: The Tebow top 10 list

Tebow, Sportiqe, Creative Commons

Well everyone, it is finally here. The moment we have all been waiting for is nearly upon us: Tim Tebow arrives Friday, March 8. That being said, the Liberty Champion sports desk has compiled a short list of the things we are pretty sure could happen at the long-anticipated Convocation. …

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On track to Boston

Breaking the ceiling — Liberty’s men’s track and field team places fifth out of 44 teams. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

ECAC/IC4A qualifiers set personal best against the nations top-notch athletes Distance runner junior Josh MacDonald finished with Liberty’s highest placing as the men’s and women’s track and field teams wrapped up their indoor seasons at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) and Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A) …

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Smokin’ Aces

Gettin’ it rolling —  The Lady Flames have put together two straight wins and now look to continue their success on the road. Photo credit: Jody Johnson

Brittingham shutout leads Liberty to 7-0 win Liberty freshman Annah Jo Brittingham made the Manhattan Jaspers’ bats cold, striking out five while allowing only two hits in a 7-0 win. The Lady Flames did not hesitate to ignite the offense early. Katie Zavodny reached base on an error, followed by …

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Flames lose in semifinals

Survival— Liberty was 1-1 before the game against Ohio. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

A breakaway goal late in the second period by junior forward Christian Garland sparked a 7-1 victory by the Liberty University men’s D1 hockey team in the first round of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) tournament vs. John Carroll University Friday, March 1. However, the win was short- lived …

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