Column: Take Time to Enjoy Yourself This Summer

Like the characters from Disney’s “High School Musical 2,” who sat at the edge of their seats, earnestly awaiting school’s end, I too long for summer. “High School Musical” may be a childish comparison, but the example perfectly captures my current emotions. Summer… Summer… Summer… Fifteen weeks ago, when the school semester began, I reluctantly put my video games, fantasy […]

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Opinion: Serve Lynchburg Allows Students to Make an Impact in Lynchburg

Over the past two years, Liberty University has participated in an event called Serve Lynchburg that, as the name may suggest, is focused on serving the community of Lynchburg, Virginia. “Liberty University’s long-lasting commitment to positively impact the community as ‘Champions for Christ’ turned into (a) campus-wide effort on Friday and Saturday, as approximately 2,000 students, faculty and staff members […]

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Staff Goodbyes 2017-2018

Elizabeth Lapp So much has changed since I first started writing for the Champion as a sophomore. I went from having no clue of what I was doing to feeling confident in my abilities and my writing. I would not have gotten to this point without the instruction and support of Mrs. Huff. She has given me so many opportunities […]

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Opinion: Distracted driving simulators provide students virtual learning experiences for safe driving

Last week, the Associated Press announced that Drive Smart Virginia invested in distracted driving simulators as a part of its program to educate Virginia high school students. Drive Smart Virginia is a nonprofit organization that promotes traffic safety awareness through its educational outreach programs. Virginia’s investment opens the door for a new in-class learning experience. The simulators are a good […]

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Opinion: Students Take Sides on Assisted Suicide

In early April, Hawaii joined five other states and Washington, D.C., in legalizing physician-assisted suicide. More recently, Alfie Evans, a 23-month-old toddler living in England was taken off life support and died April 28. At least 10 other states currently have legislation being considered on this issue. Physician-assisted suicide will continue to generate headlines for the foreseeable future. The legal, […]

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