Men’s volleyball splits

Flames win two and lose two in weekend tournament The Liberty University men’s volleyball team earned a split (2-2) in its season opener at the Virginia Tech Tournament in Roanoke, Va., Saturday, Sept. 5. Liberty won the first two matches, beating Richmond University and the University of Virginia. However, they …

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Leave the guns at home

NEW PoLICY — Although stores will not enforce the request, Schultz’s opinions were met with mixed reactions. Photo credit: Treevis

Starbucks CEO released statement saying firearms unwelcome in stores Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks, has asked gun-carrying customers to keep their weapons out of Starbucks stores, according to the Wall Street Journal. As good patrons, responsible gun carriers should be willing to honor the request. Leave the gun locked in …

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ODAS provides support

The Office of Disability Academic Support helps students succeed in classes As tests begin to roll around from the faculty of Liberty University, many students are grateful for the helping hands of the Office of Disability Academic Support (ODAS). Denny McHaney, the current director of ODAS, said he founded the …

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Forensics hosts tournament

Speech team welcomes colleges from six different states to compete in various public speaking categories The Liberty University Forensic Speech team hosted 10 schools from six different states to compete in the fourth-annual Liberty University Speech Invitational Saturday, Sept. 28th. The initial two rounds of the tournament began at 9 …

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Promoting farming

Harvest— Martin is a farmer at heart. Photo credit: Jillian Springer

Commercial for Monsanto to air during Macy’s Parade This Thanksgiving, Liberty University students might see a familiar face during a commercial break while watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. After winning a contest, Communication & Creative Arts major Celeste Martin and her family will be featured in a commercial for …

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Club becomes home for gaming

Challenge — Students participate in a gaming tournament. Photo credit: Mark Tait

Video game enthusiasts seek to provide the opportunity for students to fellowship through friendly competition Whether you are into Mario Bros. or Halo, the Video Game Club seeks to offer a unique outlet for every gamer at Liberty University. The Video Game Club held its first official semester in spring …

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Restoring creativity

AIGA unites graphic students This year, the Liberty University graphic arts community is coming together to bring creativity and experience to the students of the Department of Studio & Digital Arts (SADA). Professor Sandra Slayton, who said she desires to give students more opportunity and experiences for their future in …

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