Running down history

The Liberty men’s cross country team is looking to win the Big South Conference for the ninth straight year, while the women look to win their second consecutive title. Each team hopes to qualify for the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships for the first time. Both teams opened their seasons Fri. Aug 30 at the University of Virginia duals, […]

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Volleyball struggles

The Liberty Flames volleyball team was in high spirits on Friday, Aug. 30, as it played its first game of the Northern Illinois University (NIU) Invitational against the nationally-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes Liberty fell short and was swept by the Buckeyes (25-22, 25-22, 26-24). The Buckeyes outhit the Flames 45 kills to 33. Senior Lillie Happel led the Flames on […]

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Second-half goals uplift Liberty

Late goals by Megan Warner and Crystal Elmers give the Lady Flames a 2-0 victory against the Monarchs Under the scorching heat of a Friday afternoon, the Lady Flames women’s soccer team took on the Old Dominion Lady Monarchs in their home opener at Osborne Stadium. The 2-0 victory marks the first win of the season for the Lady Flames. […]

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Goals galore

After finishing the 2012 season — only the second year of the program — with a 16-6 record, the Lady Flames (1-0) field hockey team downed the St. Joseph’s Hawks (0-1), 4-0. Sophomore forward Natalie Barr scored a goal and assisted on two others, while sophomore defender Hannah Jones added two goals of her own — one of which came […]

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CASAS moves to new location in Green Hall

After eight years of operation on DeMoss Hall’s second floor, the Center for Academic Support and Advising Services (CASAS) moved July 2013 to the second floor of Green Hall in room 2668. According to CASAS Dean Dr. Brian Yates, there were multiple reasons for the transition from DeMoss Hall. “As the university continues to make infrastructure and program enhancements, space […]

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Humbly I Serve opens facility

Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting Aug. 28 The Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting Aug. 28 to celebrate the opening of a new facility for the nonprofit organization Humbly I Serve (HIS). The ceremony took place on Wards Road at the new building that will house the HIS office. Mike Lewis, director of […]

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Old to new

The Office of Student Leadership (OSL) has enacted changes in the titles of several leadership positions that have elicited many different responses among the students on campus. According to the OSL website, replacing the old titles of spiritual life director (SLD) and prayer leader (PL) are spiritual life coach (SLC) and prayer and life group leader (PLGL). Will Crabtree, an […]

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Impact Movement spreads gospel

After being inspired to change the lives of college students through God’s word, senior Macklyn Mosley created the first official Impact Movement chapter at Liberty University, January 2013. According to Mosley, the mission of Impact is to take the gospel of Jesus Christ into surrounding campuses and communities. Impact is a part of Campus Crusades for Christ (CCC), which is […]

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Liberty Golf on the Rise

With the new season set to begin in September, the Liberty Flames men’s golf team will count on a roster of veterans to add to its list of 2012 accomplishments. Seniors Niklas Lindstrom, Chase Marinell, Jacob Mast and Ian McConnell, who were all nominated to the Virginia Collegiate Golf Coaches Association all-state team, will be key elements of Liberty’s team […]

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Students visit 2013 World Wide Welcome

OISS’ event Friday introduced international students to different clubs and positions within Liberty The Office of International Student Services (OISS) kicked off its semester of events amid a colorful array of flags from around the world with the 2013 World Wide Welcome Aug. 30. Many international clubs were represented at the event, as well as Liberty University departments, such as […]

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Theatre Arts season begins

Director Linda Cooper has been preparing 65 cast and crew members — the largest cast to ever take the Tower Theater stage — for Liberty University’s first performance of the semester, Les Misérables, which opens Sept. 13. The show, described by Cooper as a “beautiful piece of literature,” follows the life of the criminal inmate Jean Valjean, who is finally […]

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Student takes internship in Kenya

Kristen Sullivan finds her passion in missions while continuing to study through Liberty Online classes Kristen Sullivan, a senior with Liberty University Online, has decided to follow her passion for missions by serving the country of Kenya. She is currently living in Johannesburg, South Africa, but she started the path that the Lord laid on her heart a long time […]

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Student Activities hosts Outdoor Movie Night

Students crowded the field behind Dorm 28 for a double feature that included “42” and “The Sandlot” Liberty students gathered under the stars Friday night to enjoy the Outdoor Movie Night hosted by Student Activities (SA) Aug. 30. Students camped out on blankets with their friends in the field behind Dorm 28 to view the baseball-themed movies, which included “42” […]

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