Roster reloaded

Despite losing three starters from last season’s Big South Championship team, including the second-leading scorer in program history, Devon Brown, the goals for the Liberty women’s basketball team remain the same. “Our goal is not just to win the conference,” Head Coach Carey Green said. “Not just to get into the NCAA (tournament). Our higher goal is to honor and […]

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Lady Flames advance to semifinals

The Liberty Lady Flames soccer team advanced to the semifinal round of the Big South Conference Championship with a 1-0 home win over the Presbyterian College Blue Hose Sunday, Nov. 3. Sophomore forward Crystal Elmers’ goal late in the first half gave the Lady Flames all the offense they needed for the afternoon. Elmers tapped the ball in from near […]

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Undefeated in NorPac

Liberty University’s field hockey team (14-4, 8-0) won its ninth straight game as the regular season concluded with a 3-0 home win over Radford (5-14, 3-5) Saturday, Nov. 2. The Lady Flames struggled out of the gate, not launching a single shot on goal in the first half, but things turned around in the second as they scored on three […]

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SA hosts annual fun run

Camp Hydaway’s glow stick-lined trail provided the location for this year’s 2k race Every year, people of all ages dress up as superheroes, fairy-tale characters and ghosts to receive free candy and celebrate Halloween. Liberty University’s Student Activities (SA) invited students to take part in the annual tradition by participating in the Costume Fun Run at Camp Hydaway Halloween night, […]

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Scaremare staff celebrates salvations

Scaremare, Liberty University’s student-run Halloween evangelism outreach, had 25,315 people walk the trails and rooms associated with the event this year, while 3,422 people said they made a salvation decision for Christ, according to Richard Brown, an assistant professor of youth ministries. Scaremare took place on the nights of Oct. 10-12, 17-19 and 24-26. According to Brown, Scaremare had a […]

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‘Restore Rwanda’ plants preschool

Liberty has provided funds for a new preschool for 39 children along with clothes, shoes and laptops There stands a building in the African country of Rwanda that is different from every other building. The structure may not look any different to the naked eye, but there is one large distinction. The structure was built by Liberty University. Almost 20 […]

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Running down Big South title

Liberty’s men’s cross country team win its ninth straight conference title The Liberty men’s cross country team ran to their ninth consecutive Big South Championship Saturday, Nov. 2, while the Lady Flames took second place in their race. The Vista Links Golf Course, which was the site of this year’s championship races, found a way to frustrate some of Liberty’s […]

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Auditions begin for Coffeehouse

Christmas Coffeehouse is the last Student Activities (SA) event of the semester. Get ready for anything but a silent night. SA is looking for talented people to rock around the Christmas tree. This year’s theme is Winter Wonderland. Christmas Coffeehouse is a one-night-only, campus-wide talent show that will take place Dec. 6 at 11:30 p.m. in the Vines Center. Auditions […]

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Hot and Cold Café offers Indian options

Owned and operated by Uday Muhkerjee, the restuarant’s success is solely attributed to God’s influence The Hot and Cold Café, located in downtown Lynchburg, provides unique food options and a homey atmosphere to visitors. Owned and operated by Uday Muhkerjee, Hot and Cold Café has been serving the Lynchburg area as the exclusive Indian-Mediterranean fusion restaurant since 2007. The restaurant […]

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Students give back

This November and December, Liberty University is partnering with local branches of the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank, Samaritan’s Purse and the Salvation Army to provide for the needs of the Lynchburg area public, according to Darren Wu, the Liberty Center for Christian Community Service Coordinator. The Liberty students staff and faculty are partnering alongside Sodexo and the Blue Ridge […]

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Habermas speaks overseas

Professor Gary Habermas lectured 42 times over a two-week period in Europe Distinguished researcher, seminary professor and Chair of the Liberty University Department of Philosophy Gary Habermas traveled to Europe Oct. 13-28, giving lectures and presentations at several Swedish universities. According to Habermas, he spoke 42 times during his two-week tour and was constantly on the move. He presented at […]

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Gamers play 25 hours for charity

Video Game Club raises funds for children Video games reigned supreme in the fourth floor of DeMoss Hall Nov. 2 as the Video Game Club gathered to play video games for 25 hours in an effort to save kids’ lives. The gaming session was part of an international event known as Extra Life. “Extra Life started in 2007 with Texas […]

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Career fair offers jobs

The School of Communication & Creative Arts students gathered in the back hallway of the Reber Thomas Dining Hall Oct. 29 as they networked with potential employers at the communication job fair. Businesses from all over the Lynchburg area talked with students, accepted résumés and even did on the spot interviews. “We had over 200 students signed up to attend […]

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