Pursuing dreams professionally

Avery Warley continues her basketball career at the highest level, whether it is playing in the WNBA or overseas Not many women have an opportunity to play professionally in the WNBA. In fact, only a few more than 100 players have the opportunity to suit up for one of the 12 teams in the league. Liberty University’s all-time leading rebounder […]

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Flame Train rolls over Lancers

Ryan Seiz stays hot, going 7-12 with two home runs in Liberty’s three-game sweep against Longwood Liberty 10, Longwood 4 The Liberty Flames (29-8, 14-1 Big South) baseball team found itself in unfamiliar territory in a series-opening matchup with the Longwood University Lancers (14-23, 4-11 Big South) Friday, April 11. After the Flames jumped out to a 1-0 lead on […]

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Offense triumphs

Defense falls short in football’s annual red vs. white spring game Fans took in their first glimpse of 2014 Liberty football at the annual spring game Saturday, April 12, in which the white team prevailed over the red squad 70-52. Yes, 70-52. The final score was a result of an unorthodox scoring system rather than a Vesuvius-like offensive eruption. Points […]

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National recognition

Dot Richardson to coach Central Virginia All-Stars Liberty’s Lady Flames softball Head Coach Dot Richardson has represented USA softball as a player often, from her first time making a national team at 17 years old to five world championships and the Pan American Games, but she has never gone against her country — until this summer. When USA softball sets […]

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Quiz Bowl ranks 20th at nationals

Team defeats six universities, scores 190 points against tournament champion Harvard in first trip to ICT Liberty University’s Quiz Bowl team ranked 20th in the national Intercollegiate Championship Tournament (ICT) March 29, according to Jim Nutter, Quiz Bowl coach. The tournament took place at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Rosemont, Ill., which is a suburb of Chicago. Liberty’s team took […]

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Degree Completion Plans change

Majors undergo revision to allow for students to have greater opportunities in classrooms and careers After months of contemplation and strategizing, many departments within Liberty University have decided to alter their Degree Completion Plans (DCP) in an effort to accommodate the growing needs of the student body. According to Center of Academic Support and Advising Services Executive Director for Administration […]

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Legend’s daughter ‘Kelly tough’

Freshman Erin Kelly, daughter of NFL Hall-of-Famer Jim Kelly, relies on faith as family faces medical troubles For the past four weekends, Liberty University freshman Erin Kelly has boarded a plane bound for New York City. Each Thursday night, she packs some homework and anything else she might need for the trip and returns three days later, ready for class […]

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Michigan Makes Move to Initiate Constitutional Convention

In a move that sent a constitutional conundrum to the front pages of Congress, Michigan signed the Balanced Budget Amendment Petition, forcing lawmakers to ask the question: Should a constitutional convention be initiated to discuss a balanced budget amendment for the United States? According to Article V of the Constitution, there are two ways to propose amendments to the United […]

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Finishing Strong

The Women’s Tennis team regular season is officially over as of April 11, 2014. Our lady flames lead by seniors Annisha Domenech, Rebekah Jenkins, and Cameron Richard defeated the Richmond Spiders 6-1 on senior day, giving the flames a win in their sixth straight match. “Our seniors inspired us. This is senior day and I think the emotion of all […]

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Alluvion premieres play

With the success of the recent film “Saving Mr. Banks,” the beloved character of Mary Poppins is making a comeback, and it is fitting that Liberty’s Tower Theater will end this season with a theatrical version of the well-known story.

“‘Mary Poppins’ is a fun-loving, family […]

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Snowboarding for speed

Snowflex closed out the school year by hosting the Quiksilver Quikrun competition Liberty student skiers and snowboarders were invited to participate in the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre’s first official Quiksilver Quikrun Saturday, April 12. According to Ryan Leeds, a Snowflex employee who helped with the Quiksilver Quikrun race, the event had unofficially taken place once before during the summer. “This […]

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New book launches

Towns writes study Bible Author and Liberty University Co-founder Elmer Towns has completed his newest work since the announcement of his sabbatical during the fall of 2013 – “The Prayer Bible,” which will be released April 27. According to the book’s press release, Towns co-wrote this prayer Bible with the late Dr. Roy Zuck. Towns translated each verse of the […]

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Giving back to the community

Honor students reach out to the Lynchburg youth by volunteering at the Jubilee Center Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) officers went to the Jubilee Center Wednesday, April 9 to host an Easter Outreach event for nearly 30 elementary-age students. According to its web page on liberty.edu, ALD is an honor society on campus made up of students who complete their academics […]

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