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Quiz Bowl team defeats Ivy League school

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Liberty University’s Quiz Bowl team defeated four opponents in Virginia Commonwealth University’s tournament Saturday, Oct. 4. During the tournament, the team answered questions covering biology, chemistry, literature, art, sports and […]

Academy of Fine Arts updates

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The Academy of Fine Arts, which has programs that allow individuals to excel in the areas of performing and visual arts, is currently working toward restoring the historic theater that […]

YouVersion translates to 70 percent of world’s population

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With just a quick glance around Liberty’s campus, Internet-accessible smart phones and tablets can be seen glowing in the hands of many students. The Internet’s worldwide rise in availability since […]

Breaking their silence

Breaking their silence

As a Resident Assistant (RA), Sally Ann Edwards feels like she has to speak these words on a daily basis. When she became an RA at Liberty University in the spring of 2014, she knew she would have to overcome some of the negative preconceptions people have of RAs. After all, almost every [...]

Look Great, Play Great

Look Great, Play Great

During a Liberty Flames football team meeting Aug. 12, Head Coach Turner Gill announced to the team that it would wear new uniforms this season. Team captains Jacob Hagan, Dominique Davis and Josh Woodrum then entered the room in the new attire, each donning either an all-blue, all-red [...]

Students network in D.C.

Students network in D.C.

While many students went home or on short vacations over fall break, seven Liberty students traveled to Washington, D.C., for the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) national conference. The event, titled Intersections: The Meeting Place of Communications & Culture, took [...]

ELAINE HILDEBRANDT – 6th DISTRICT

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Green Party Former elementary school teacher Elaine Hildebrandt is running for a seat in the U.S House of Representatives in Virginia’s 6th District in the upcoming election. Elaine Hildebrandt is […]

WILL HAMMER – 6th DISTRICT

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Libertarian Party Will Hammer, running under the Libertarian Party, is looking to gain a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in Virginia’s 6th Congressional District in this year’s general […]

ROBERT HURT – 5th DISTRICT

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Republican Party Robert Hurt, a Republican, is the incumbent U.S Representative of Virginia’s 5th congressional District in the House of Representatives. Hurt, 45, is seeking a third term after first […]

Sports »

Firing up the fans

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Marching band encourages crowds to cheer on the Flames Walking into Williams Stadium the day of a Liberty football game is marked by the sea of red, the indistinguishable roar […]

Fully bounced back

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Lady Flames notch 20th win, extend win streak to 11 matches The Liberty Lady Flames volleyball team (20-5, 7-0 Big South) defeated the Charleston Southern (CSU) Buccaneers (9-16, 0-7 Big […]

Field falters

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Lady Flames lose three straight games Lady Flames field hockey Head Coach Jodi Murphy knew a late-season stretch against three highly rated Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) opponents would be tough […]

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Dorm Olympics To Come To Campus

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Students will soon face a series of challenges, games, trivia and more as Student Activities (SA) hosts the second annual Dorm Olympics. The Dorm Olympics will allow teams of students […]

Coffee connection

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Caffeine helps get conversation started one sip at a time Coffee. That blessed companion that keeps many a student awake after a night of studying. A motivator like no other. […]

A little piece of history

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Theatre Department puts on production about England’s King Henry VIII The audience of “A Man for All Seasons” was transported back in time to 16th century England as the theatre […]


Life »

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 […]

Opinion »

Houston, we have a problem

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Texas mayor goes on offense, seeking to censor voices of Christian pastors Even though they say everything is bigger in Texas, Annise Parker, Houston’s first openly lesbian mayor, has decided […]

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