White Hart closes

Economic circumstances shut down the popular café Citing financial problems, Tim Patterson, the owner of The White Hart Café, closed the coffee shop and bookstore after two years of service. The popular destination for Liberty University students served its last customers Saturday, March 30. According to Patterson, he was a first-time business owner who purchased The White Hart Café two […]

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Colleges going private

Higher education in America has reached a tumultuous crossroads. Our state colleges have long been considered the jewels in America’s educational crown, but these colleges are receiving significantly less state funding when compared to past decades. This drastic decrease has led institutions to search for new funding avenues. Foremost in the funding conversation is privatization. “The state share of academically-related […]

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Woods + winning = cure?

Nike’s new advertisement featuring Woods hints that success creates forgiveness Just when you thought that the glaring spotlight would finally swing away from Tiger Woods, the man whose name has become synonymous with scandal jumps right back onto the center stage of public attention. But not to worry, the current headlines no longer read of infidelity, deception and catastrophe. On […]

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From the desk

As technology has progressed over the years, the high-tech Internet search engines have continued to improve searches by taking the keywords you type in to previous Web pages you have browsed and assuming you want something similar. Taken at its face value, the Internet’s knowing what you want, like some sort of voyeuristic stalker, is just plain creepy. Are we, […]

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HSCC encourages pet ownership

Depending on the day, a walk past PetSmart on Wards Road could mean an invitation to pet, hold and even adopt a puppy or a kitten from the Humane Society in need of a home. The Humane Society for Campbell County (HSCC) is a nonprofit organization that, according to their website, strives to save 3,000 animals each year from those […]

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Styling at school

Setting up her cosmetology supplies in an empty corner of her room, Liberty University freshman Ashley Archulet put away her schoolbooks and opened her dorm for business as a hair salon. Before transferring to Liberty in the spring, Archulet was given the chance to compete nationally at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference June 20, 2011, putting her cosmetology […]

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Junior and Senior Gala raises funds

Student Government Association kicks off Pro-Life Emphasis Week with “A Black and White Affair” The Liberty University Jazz Ensemble set the mood as students arrived in their classiest suits and dresses for “A Black and White Affair” on the third floor of the Williams Stadium, April 6. The Liberty Student Government Association (SGA) hosted the event, also known as the […]

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Fencing grows in popularity among students

Members of the Liberty University fencing classes quickly put on their gear and headed to the indoor track at Green Hall where one of the university’s newest clubs meets. According to Vice President Brandon Minter the club has quickly gained popularity among Liberty students. “There were 25 new people at the last practice,” Vice President Brandon Minter said. “Five were […]

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NAB hits Vegas

What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but a select few broadcasting students from Liberty University are hoping to gain valuable job experience from their experience out West April 6-11.
Junior Matt Atkins and senior Courtney Aube are currently in Las Vegas, participating in Sony’s […]

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Fashion on display

Students at Liberty University will showcase their talents through the Family and Consumer Science’s seventh annual fashion show starting at 8 p.m. April 13 in the New Schilling Center, with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. Liberty students will take on their peers in the “Project Hollywood: A Glamorous Encore” fashion show. According to the Liberty website, “All fashion garments are […]

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