Flames sweep weekend triple-header

Gauntlet —  The Flames start conference play facing three different opponents. Photo credit: Jill Springer

The Liberty University Division II men’s hockey team thrashed the East Carolina Pirates 13-2 after trailing 1-0 in the first period. The game was the first in a weekend showcase featured at the LaHaye Ice Center.

Senior Brad Docksteader led […]

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From the box

It seemed as though the ghost of Katrina was determined to make a winner out of San Francisco, but Baltimore overcame a never-before-seen obstacle to hold off a late charge from the Colin Kaepernick-led 49ers, 34-31. This was the second meeting between head coaches and brothers John and Jim Harbaugh. …

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Snowy slopes at the ‘flex

Skills — The Liberty snowboard and skiing team opened its season with a home event. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

Flames claim two team victories in competition at Snowflex Centre Liberty University’s club ski and snowboard team carved its way to a dominant showing in its first competition of the season Saturday night, Feb. 2 at the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre. Liberty placed first as a team in two of …

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PRSSA preps for Plunge

Taking the plunge —Witherite said that snow flurries fell before last year’s event. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

Liberty University students and the community of Lynchburg prepare to brave the icy waters of Camp Hydaway Lake during the Hill City Polar Plunge that will take place Feb. 16, 2013. Special Olympics Virginia is teaming up with Liberty’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society […]

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Good Hill hunting

Students to scavenge for $1,500 in prizesLynchburg will soon become the site of a massive game for the fourth annual Hill City Scavenger Hunt hosted by Liberty University’s Student Activities. In order to participate in the hunt, students must be in the Tilley Student Center by 1 p.m., Feb. 9th, …

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McPherson encourages giving

Learning to give — McPherson discussed God’s giving nature during the Jan. 30 convocation. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

Liberty University Vice President for Executive Projects Johnnie Moore introduces many convocation speakers throughout the course of a semester, but not often does he describe the day’s guest as a “member of our spiritual family.” Miles McPherson, senior pastor of The Rock […]

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From the Flames history book


Many who attend or are associated with Liberty University have heard quotes from the founder, Dr. Falwell Sr. about how the way to reach young people is through sports and music. Falwell’s theory was the basis for many of the decisions he made throughout his tenure as the chancellor of …

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A celebration of heritage kicks off

Community — Students gather to enjoy refreshments and discussion in the Grand Lobby of DeMoss Hall. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

In the United States, the month of February has been dedicated to celebrating the heritage of the African American people in our country.

The Center for Multicultural Enrichment (Center4ME), a department of Liberty University’s Student Affairs, gives students the opportunity to celebrate […]

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Liberty gets involved

Christian service impacts the community through students Wet paint ran down the side of the newly-built wheelchair ramp in downtown Lynchburg as Liberty University students exchanged smiles and raced to catch the drips with their already-saturated brushes. Last year, 305,000 community service hours were performed by Liberty students through activities …

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New ILRC dean prepares for future library

As the construction of the new Jerry Falwell Library nears completion, the Integrated Library Resource Center (ILRC) will also be adding a new member to their staff. Marcy Pride was recently promoted to become the new dean of the ILRC, succeeding former dean Carl Merat. Pride first came to Liberty …

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