Muslim march scheduled for Sept. 11

Nearly 1 million people are expected to march down Washington, D.C.’s National Mall tomorrow, not to remember those who died in the Sept. 11 attacks, but to dispel the fear of Muslims, according to huffingtonpost.com. According to The Washington Times, the American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC) is hosting the event, which AMPAC hopes will cause the U.S. government to […]

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Bakery brings visitors to Timberlake Road

“Everything is God,” Celeste Brothers, co-owner of Uncle Joe’s Donuts & Things, said. “Every moment, he planned.” Her husband, Joe Brothers, agreed. His Liberty University hat, perched carefully on his head, bobbed as he added, “Everything.” At ages 64 and 62, Joe and Celeste Brothers moved from California to Virginia in August of 2012. The couple planned on moving to […]

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From scars to spiritual life coach

A 2011 car accident caused one international student to realize God’s unfailing control and guidance in his life Taran Kerr wandered into a convenience store, jarred by the car accident that sent his car rolling three times and left him with multiple broken fingers and a concussion just minutes beforehand. “Where are your gauze and your wraps?” he calmly asked […]

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UNCW Invite ends in success

The Liberty University men’s tennis team wrapped up the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) Invitational Sept. 8, bringing home 18 victories. Dillon Segur lifted the Flames, with three of the team’s 14 singles match triumphs. Liberty was one of six schools competing in the tournament, which included multiple teams ranked in the top 75. “This is our first time […]

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Women’s V-ball tested at Kentucky Classic

After a brief stay in Lynchburg for its home opener against Georgetown, the Liberty University Lady Flames volleyball team (1-6) visited Lexington, Ky., for the Kentucky Classic, Sept. 6-7, where it fell in three straight matches. The Lady Flames took on Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and East Tennessee State University (ETSU) Friday, and played the host, the No. 21 Kentucky […]

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Wilson’s two goals propel Flames

Aggressive play by the Flames combined with sloppy passing by Indiana University – Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI) allowed Liberty (2-0-0) to take an early lead less than four minutes into the game — a lead they never relinquished — as Liberty’s men’s soccer team went on to win their home opener 4-0. The Flames played with a high level of […]

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Steel curtain emerges

Defense anchors the Flames, forcing a trio of Hawks turnovers and a safety An 85-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Josh Woodrum to Darrin Peterson and a pick-six by defensive back Kevin Fogg highlighted a 45-15 Liberty Flames (1-1, 0-0 Big South) victory over the Monmouth (N.J.) Hawks (0-2) Saturday, Sept. 7. “I’m proud of our guys, they responded real well […]

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Target policy

Both teams line up over the ball while the quarterback yells out his cadence. The safety on the other side of the ball looks to make an impact. In a matter of moments, the ball is snapped, and the quarterback throws to his receiver. However, his receiver is hit by the safety as soon as he makes contact with the […]

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Program changes

COMS becomes DMCA, creates opportunities The department of Digital Media & Communication Arts (DMCA), formerly the Department of Communication Studies, is inviting students to hone and develop their skills by taking part in the department’s new endeavors. “We have the Liberty Flames Sports Network, LFSN, where our students can now interface with the work that’s going to happen for that […]

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Peace Corps nomination

This summer, the U.S. Peace Corps nominated a Liberty University senior for a global, two-year business management project. According to the Peace Corps website, a nomination is the step between the interview and invitation. After the applicant is nominated, if his recruiter decides that he is qualified and he passes all the other clearances, the applicant will receive a written […]

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Stephen Baldwin tours Cinematic Arts

The actor, director, producer and author returned to Liberty Thursday after speaking in Convocation in 2009 Stephen Baldwin believes there is a story to be told in Alaska, and he intends to do just that with his new reality-format television show, “Alaska: Heart and Soul.” Baldwin, an experienced actor who appeared on NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice” as well as at Liberty […]

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Center4ME celebrates football

Students and faculty gathered at the Center for Multicultural Enrichment (Center4ME) Friday, Sept. 6 to take part in Center4ME’s weekly Fun Friday event. Last week’s focus for Fun Friday was football. Students and faculty ate snacks and took part in trivia and photo booth activities. According to Center4ME Director Melanie Pearl, Center4ME strives to engage students and faculty with fun […]

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LUO changes office location

Liberty employees have moved from Green Hall to new office in River Ridge Mall While students were away for the summer, staff at Liberty University Online (LUO) were making the move into the former Sears building at River Ridge Mall. What used to be the store’s towels and bedding department is now a reception area. Electronics changed to admissions, and […]

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