Hours of hard work and preparation go into assuring that sporting events at Liberty University run smoothly Despite the fact that most people only see what happens on the court during a game or timeout promotion, there are actually many people who contribute to help each event run efficiently. The Liberty Athletics Marketing team does a lot of behind-the-scenes work […]Read more
The Liberty women’s basketball team seeks to continue its history of success in the Big South Conference As the regular season comes to an end, the Lady Flames (19-10, 15-5 Big South) and their 10 fellow Big South Conference women’s basketball clubs have their sights set on Myrtle Beach and the upcoming Big South Championship tournament. In a year when […]Read more
The Empire State Building is struck by lightning about 100 times a year, according to ABC News.
And they say lightning never strikes in the same place twice.
On the eve of the Big South Tournament, the Liberty men’s basketball team is hopeful it will strike again for them as it […]Read more
Anderson’s 19-point second half performance guides Radford late to spoil Liberty’s senior night, winning 87-83 With a double-digit lead midway through the second-half, the Liberty Flames (11-20, 5-11 Big South) hoped to roll into the Big South tournament with their third straight victory. However, the Radford Highlanders (20-11, 10-6 Big South) late rally spoiled six Liberty seniors’ home finale with […]Read more
Men’s track and field claims 17th straight title After two days of competition, the Liberty men’s track and field team brought home a 17th straight Big South Indoor Track and Field Championship, while the women’s team secured second place in the meet Friday, Feb. 28 and Saturday, March 1. The Flames held off the second-place Campbell Fighting Camels, 161.5-137, in […]Read more
Hundreds of women gather in Towns Alumni Auditorium to worship and focus on freedom found in Christ Hundreds of women gathered in Towns Alumni Auditorium Saturday, March 1 to attend a day of worship and fellowship with Blush Network. According to their website, Blush Network exists to spiritually challenge the way young women think and to see them transformed by […]Read more
Report details events of Annex shooting There will be no charges filed against a Liberty University security officer after the shooting of a student last November at Residential Annex II, according to a report released Feb. 25. In the 10-page report written by Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Jeffrey Bennett, Bennett concluded that A.S. Mulberry shot Joshua Hathaway in an act of […]Read more
The Center for Multicultural Enrichment (Center4ME) presented their first play entitled “Don’t Blame it on Me,” Friday and Saturday, Feb. 21 and 22, Friday, Feb. 28 and Saturday, March 1. The play, which focused on true repentance, was held in the main sanctuary of the Old Thomas Road Baptist Church Facility each night at 7 p.m. Liberty students and members […]Read more
Students to learn about philosopher C.S Lewis Three faculty members and approximately 25 students will embark on a journey to learn about philosophy and the life of C.S. Lewis as they travel to London, Oxford and Paris May 18-26. “We wanted to offer a unique, one-of-a-kind tour to accentuate the excitement of traveling abroad, studying where philosophy and humanities intersects […]Read more
In more than three years as a residential Liberty University student, I have experienced almost everything there is to do on this campus. I have used countless swipes at the Rot, learned how to snowboard at Snowflex and attended more Convocations than I can remember. I have taken a class with Liberty co-founder Elmer Towns and met Justin Kintzel, Johnnie […]Read more