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Leaving a legacy on the field

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Six inaugural members of the Liberty men’s lacrosse team hope to continue building on their progress Ask anyone who starts something,” senior midfielder Derek Haywood said. “It’s personal.” His statement […]

Losing streak extended to six

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

The Flames failed to capitalize on an oppurtunity to end their prolonged skid The Liberty Flames men’s basketball team (9-18, 3-9 Big South) slowed the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) Keydets […]

Mountaineers grounded

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Liberty’s Division I hockey team stretched its winning streak to five games The Liberty Flames Division I (DI) men’s hockey team completed a four-game season sweep against the West Virginia […]

Football reloads

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Head Coach Turner Gill signed 13 recruits The defending co-Big South champion Flames football team looks to build on its 2013 success with the help of 13 new players as […]

Students travel to Jamaica

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

For six days during Christmas break, education students were given the opportunity to fulfill some of their practicum requirements by traveling to May Pen, Jamaica to teach the students of Hazard Primary School. The education students taught nine-hour shifts during the day and spent the remaining…

Braving the snow

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

While many Liberty University students enjoyed their snow days by making snowmen, sledding or participating in snowball fights, hundreds of employees, including dining, grounds and postal service workers, braved the harsh conditions to ensure students had their needs taken care of and were safe…

Coca-Cola depicts multilingual America

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

What should have been a patriotic advertisement caused controversy and outrage from millions of viewers This year’s Coca-Cola Super Bowl 2014 advertisement caused many viewers to jump on social media […]

Bieber fever or Bieber disaster?

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

What do smoking weed, abusing prescription medication, drinking and driving, pranking peaceful neighbors and assaulting a limo driver all have in common? Allegedly, Justin Bieber. His exploits make zingers like […]

From the surf to the stage

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Student Activities will host a Switchfoot concert featuring songs from “Fading West” The members of the band Switchfoot have always felt at home in the ocean. Whether they are exploring […]

Foreign missions shape personality

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Missionary kids have the opportunity to explore the world and learn about parts of foreign cultures that others may never see Liberty’s recent Global Focus Week began with international students […]

Rose: Taking a stand

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

A heartbeat is one of the first evidences of a baby’s life, one of the first things a doctor will look for on the ultrasound, according to Parents magazine. Rose […]

Chocolate shop inspired by the movies

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Inspiration meets decadence at Cao Artisan Chocolate, a specialty chocolate shop, located in downtown Lynchburg. According to the shop’s website, the chocolate and other items sold at this small shop […]

Finding ‘The Road to Omaha’

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

After a strong sophomore season, Ashton Perritt hopes to lead the Flames into uncharted territory After a long offseason of practice and waiting, the date was finally Feb. 11, and […]

Highs and lows of the Olympics

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

American star athletes have had inconsistent performances in their marquee events in the Sochi Games Whether you watch the Olympics for the competition, in support of your country or to […]

Staying positive through adversity

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Sommy Ogukwe continues to make strides after a knee injury hindered his promising young basketball career “Don’t lose sight of where you come from,” Sommy Ogukwe, a redshirt junior on […]


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