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Glenn Beck inspires at Convocation

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Liberty University students are normally greeted at Convocation by things like the sound of worship music or the aroma of the occasional student bake sale to fund a mission trip.

Instead, each student who attended the final Convocation of the semester Friday, April 25 in anticipation of hearing popular media personality Glenn Beck was greeted with a free $20 bill.

Aeronautics allies with Cessna

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Liberty partners with subsidiary of Textron to open up more opportunities for pilots both near and far When the Liberty Aviation program was launched on the growing campus of Liberty […]

Teenage girl taken from family

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Liberty Counsel fights to return Justina Pelletier to her parents after she was taken by Massachusetts DCF “I feel like a prisoner. Why can’t I go home with my parents?” […]

90 seconds practicum finishes final semester

90 seconds practicum finishes final semester

The practicum that allows students in the Digital Media and Communication Arts (DMCA) department the opportunity to work with 90 Seconds Around Liberty is coming to an end with the spring 2014 semester. According to the Chair of Digital Media and Communication Arts Bruce Kirk, there are a [...]

May 10 brings unique, family graduation

May 10 brings unique, family graduation

As their paper-writing and project-planning college careers draw to a close, many seniors are making big plans for graduation weekend. Most seniors can look into the crowd at their significant other or their parents as they sit on the Williams Stadium football field surrounded by the other [...]

Once a Cardinal, now a Flame

Once a Cardinal, now a Flame

With the 2013 conference championship on the line, there was no place Flames second baseman Ryan Seiz would rather have been at the plate with a bat in hand. But as the underdog and fifth-seeded Liberty baseball team found itself in a tied game with the No.1 Campbell Camels in the bottom [...]

New app, ‘Liberty Today,’ will help students

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Liberty develops first mobile tool that will include announcements, maps and degree completion plans Liberty University is currently developing its first mobile application as an institution, according to Matthew Zealand, […]

Update: Construction

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As the spring semester draws to a close, Liberty University’s construction team is increasing its workload in an attempt to finish the various campus construction projects on time. One of […]

Candidates Field Questions

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Keith Anderson Keith Anderson, a 15-year U.S. Army veteran, former Lynchburg City School Board member and current dean of students at Liberty University, announced his bid to run as an […]

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Paintball wins first regular-season title

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Class AA paintball team ends season by shooting its way into participating in NCPA championship tourney Twenty-four Liberty students traveled to Lakeland, Fla., for the National Collegiate Paintball Association (NCPA) […]

Sweating out wins

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Baseball pulls out three comeback wins to sweep UNC-Asheville The Liberty Flames baseball team (35-10, 19-1 Big South) completed a three-game sweep against the University of North Carolina at Asheville […]

Hole in one

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Golf reclaims conference title with Big South tourney win Liberty University’s men’s golf team won its third Big South Championship in the last four years with solid performances from all […]

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Community fights cancer

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Liberty students and Lynchburg locals help save lives at the Relay for Life event Osborne Stadium was filled with people April 25 as Liberty students and members of the Lynchburg […]

Taking the gospel to the people of Haiti

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The Turnbull couple shows compassion for those in need overseas as well as students around Liberty’s campus Whether serving in Haiti or Lynchburg, missionaries Wallace and Eleanor Turnbull have worked […]

YouTube sensation leaves channel

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Ian Deibert and Nick Sjolinder walk away from Misterepicmann in order to pursue more serious video material “Nick (Sjolinder) is more likely to be recognized than I am because he […]


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Computer tutor impacts lives

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The Internet is a primary form of communication for most people today. However some people, mainly senior citizens, have yet to learn how to use this technological medium, despite the […]

Making a difference 10 years later

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When it opened in 1998, the Jubilee Family Development Center was designed to provide low-income youth and their families a constructive recreational and educational environment to enrich their lives. “We […]

From the heart: beyond the call of duty

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Filing and inventory are seemingly insignificant tasks, yet someone has to do it. Kaitlin Royer spent 40 hours of her semester at LAUREL Regional School accomplishing behind-the-scenes work to benefit […]

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Champion Staff Goodbyes

Graduation brings a time of transition to the Champion office. Though we are losing these 10 colleagues, friends, and brothers and sisters in Christ, we know that they are looking […]

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