Switchfoot front man to perform at Liberty

Jon Foreman

Jon Foreman will visit the LaHaye Event Space Saturday, Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. “Life is short. Live it well.” Jon Foreman lives his life by these words. A man of many talents, Foreman is the front man of the rock band Switchfoot, and the other half of the folk …

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Kaleidoscope showcases student artists

Senior graphic designers will present their work in a month-long exhibit Hours upon hours of time spent learning and creating will culminate Feb. 26 when senior graphic designers display their work at the Kaleidoscope art exhibit. Designers will each show one piece, and according to graphic design students, a wide …

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Musical debuts

PERFORMANCE — “South Pacific” depicts the joys and sorrows of World War II through musical compositions. Photo credit: Amber Tiller

‘South Pacific’ opened Feb. 20 in the Tower Theater Despite blustery winds and freezing winter temperatures outside, audiences in the Tower Theater were transported to a sunny paradise as the theatre department opened “South Pacific” Friday, Feb. 20. Written by Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II, the story is set …

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Foreign lectures


Jones teaches philosophy in Romania Finding a balance between vocation and passion is difficult for most people, but Liberty University Professor Michael Jones has found a way to seamlessly combine his. Jones, a professor of theology and philosophy since 2005, uses his teaching vocation as a way to fulfill his …

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Equipping women

grow — Elisha Dudley started Forage Gathering online to aid women in their walk with Christ. Photo provided

New ministry aims to encourage and foster community Foraging means seeking out and gathering. And there is new ministry ready to do just that — in pink. Forage Gathering, a startup women’s ministry founded by Elisha Dudley, a former associate director for the Office of Student Leadership (OSL), launched in …

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Senior work displayed

Display — Liberty’s Art Gallery will open the show with an artist reception Feb. 26. Photo provided

Student artists reveal best projects in the month-long show, Kaleidoscope Hours upon hours of time spent learning and creating will culminate Feb. 26 when senior graphic designers display their work at the Kaleidoscope art exhibit. Designers will each show one piece, and according to graphic design students, a wide range …

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Just for the record

Hobby— Owner Tim Condon took an interest in vinyls as a teen. Lauren Adriance

Speakertree Records owner Tim Condon buys and sells collectible vinyls Music is an art form, a passion and even a hobby. However, when describing music as an art form, most people probably do not think of collecting vinyl records. For Tim Condon, owner of Speakertree records, collecting vinyl is a …

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Students sample tasty toppings

Sodexo’s monthly food seminar featured healthy toast spreads Toast Toppers, a food demonstration held at Reber-Thomas Dining Hall Wednesday, Feb. 18, attracted food lovers and students eager for easy-to-learn recipes. Nestled in a corner of the dining facility, Registered Dietitian Robin Quay and her team of Sodexo employees participated in …

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Students search the Hill City

Students raced through Lynchburg snapping photos and following clues in the Hill City Scavenger Hunt Saturday, Feb. 7. As soon as race packets were passed out, a surge of people sprinted out of the LaHaye Event Space and into cars waiting nearby. In teams of four, they solved a list …

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Trip Lee takes Liberty by storm

Popular rapper kicks off his tour on campus Trip Lee took the stage at the LaHaye Event Space Thursday, Feb. 5 to kick off his Rise tour. Hundreds of students gathered in line outside the venue hours before the doors for opened, waiting to get spots with the best view …

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Saddle up your horses

SHOW — Liberty Equestrian teams bring home a win from the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association. Photo credit: Courtney Russo

Equestrian teams display skills at Campbell University competition Feb. 5-6 It is customary for an equestrian team to bring a certain amount of horses to a competition, but the Liberty Flames Western equestrian team went above and beyond and brought nine horses to a competition at Campbell University Feb. 5-6. …

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Spring season commences

ACting — The Department of Theatre Arts allows students to perform on stage throughout the semester. Photo credit: Courtney Russo

Department of Theatre Arts prepares to premiere upcoming performances “South Pacific,” a production of Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein’s, will hit the stage Feb. 20 as the opening act in the spring semester for the Liberty University Department of Theatre Arts. According to the department’s website and The Broadway Musical …

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Weekend getaways

Recreation — Liberty students Ezra Carty and Fantasia Remonvil in Washington, D.C., at the Cherry Blossom Festival in 2014. Photo credit: Dale Carty II

Student Activities offers trips for those needing to take a break from studies Everyday adventurers and couch potatoes alike are invited to outdoor excursions hosted by Student Activities (SA) every semester. Liberty students around campus recognize the SA staff and volunteers as those who plan a myriad of on-campus events …

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Dreaming of doughnuts

Accomplish— Mama Crockett’s is owned by F.W. Willis, Coulter Sims and Shad Sims. Photo provided

Three men fulfill an ambition by selling sweet treats from a remodeled trailer What do three young men, a refurbished trailer and a vision all have in common? Doughnuts. But, for co-business partners Coulter Sims and Shad Sims of Utah and F.W. Willis of Virginia, a dream of selling fresh …

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Market reaches locals

old-fashioned — An antique soda shoppe sits in the corner of the market. Photo credit: RJ Goodwin

Owners of the Corner Market aim to bless their customers with high-quality products Home. The place we long for, where we feel comfort and acceptance. The place where the scent of good food floods through the nostrils and overpowers the senses. The place where kindness is abundant and joy overflows. …

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