Getting creative with Pinterest

The Interior Design Society helps students get crafty in the first workshop inspired by pins from the social network The sound of hammers on wood filled the air as Liberty University students participated in the first Pinterest DIY event, hosted by the Interior Design Society (IDS), Thursday, Jan. 30. According to IDS President Lia Serapiglia, the turnout for the event […]

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Playing with something to prove

Walt Aikens had a successful showing at the Senior Bowl and looks to impress NFL scouts on his pro day Thousands of football players walk onto the gridiron every Friday and Saturday, but only a select few get the opportunity to play on Sundays. For players in major conferences, getting noticed by NFL scouts is simple, but for players such […]

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Panthers thrashed in home finale

Three seniors leave the LaHaye Ice Center victorious after the Flames defeat Pittsburgh in final home game Liberty University’s men’s Division II hockey team (24-7) capped off its regular season by defeating the Pittsburgh University Panthers 5-3 at LaHaye Ice Center on senior night Saturday, Feb. 1. Both teams struggled offensively to start the first period until Liberty senior Brad […]

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Hawks fly high

Seattle celebrates its first Super Bowl victory in team history Defense wins championships. It may be the most overused saying in sports, but the Seattle Seahawks proved just how accurate it is in New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium Sunday, Feb. 2. The top-ranked Seahawks defense suffocated the Denver Broncos top-ranked offense and created turnovers, which led to points and resulted in […]

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Building on early success

Liberty’s men’s tennis team downs Bluefield State in a 5-2 Flames victory at home After winning its season debut against the Morehead State Eagles, 6-1, the Liberty men’s tennis team (2-0) defeated the Bluefield State Blues (0-1) 5-2 in Liberty’s home opener Friday, Jan. 31. The Flames opened the matchup sweeping doubles competition. The No. 26 team in the nation […]

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Bright outlook

Softball team has high expectations this year After an offseason that included a major shakeup in the coaching staff, the Liberty University Lady Flames softball team looks to improve on last year’s 20-37 record as it begins the regular season in just three days. According to senior center fielder Katie Zavodny, a lack of passion may have led to a […]

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Sony invites students

Farnsworth and O’Dell will spend five days during April in Las Vegas Sony has invited students Samuel Farnsworth and Jerusha O’Dell to represent Liberty University in the National Association of Broadcasting (NAB) Sony Student Experience in Las Vegas, Nev. April 5-10. “Students were chosen by the digital media faculty based on senior status, technological knowledge and ability, Christian character, involvement […]

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CMT helps plant churches

Formerly known as Church Planting Emphasis Week, the Center for Ministry Training’s (CMT) annual Church Planting Emphasis Conference will be held Feb. 25-26 to provide information and opportunities for students to connect with church planters from across the country. According to Campus Mobilizer James Hobson, the goal of this event is to raise awareness about the need for churches and […]

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Quiz Bowl team takes second

Students win silver at tournament with a 7-1 record and more overall points than any other team in contest Liberty University’s Quiz Bowl team placed second out of nine teams in the Big South Conference College Bowl Tournament held at Longwood University in Farmville, Va. Jan. 25. Excluding a 325-245 loss to undefeated High Point University (8-0), Liberty handily defeated […]

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Greek food graces Lynchburg

Despite the overwhelming excitement of a new restaurant, Zoës Kitchen, located at 3901 Old Forest Road, might not exactly be what people are expecting. Although Zoës offers an exotic assortment of healthy Mediterranean inspired dishes, many of which may be new to Lynchburg residents, the location has several improvements to make before it ranks as one of the city’s top […]

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Liberty offers a variety of Bible studies

The Campus Pastors Office of Liberty University is reaching out to the student body by offering several opportunities in the current semester to become involved in Bible studies that cover a wide variety of topics, according to campus pastor Michael Mullins. According to its website, the Campus Pastors Office is available to students who are going through difficult situations, immediate […]

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Teams conquer quest

Hill City Hunt encourages team building and friendship Students gathered at the Tilley Student Center Saturday, Feb. 1 to participate in the fifth annual Hill City Hunt hosted by Student Activities (SA). Every year, the hunt allows students the opportunity to explore the sites around Lynchburg, ranging from Ivy Lake to Camp Hydaway, according to sophomore and SA volunteer Jasmine […]

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