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CROSS NO MORE — The Lynchburg City Council will be making a decision regarding the addition of sidewalks or a pedestrian bridge on Wards Road so that students will no longer have to cross in the middle of the busy highway.
Current Issue: Sep 21, 2010 (Vol. 28, No. 4)
by Chris Scott
The Liberty Champion Online is undergoing an extensive change. Click the above link to read more.
Female steps up as president
by Omar Adams
Bethany Davis was sworn in as the new student body president Sept. 13, becoming the first female student president in Liberty University’s history. The moment came after former president Tim Leong stepped down earlier in the week.
Keep Talking
by Jonathan Parker
Lynchburg and Liberty University leaders will meet in the coming weeks to iron out a proposal for placing a pedestrian bridge over Wards Road.
China to lift one child ban
by Abby Armbruster
For years, China has been responsible for population control in an extremely strong measure: allowing every family to only have one child. Now, China is re-thinking their strategy, since the strict ban has prevented 400 million births since 1979.
From the desk
by Melinda Zosh
When I was a little girl, I used to hide behind my mother when we went out in public. She could find something in common with strangers anywhere and anytime. I was too shy to talk, but I learned to listen carefully — a skill that has helped me as a journalist.
Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center aims for change
by Kate Powley
The Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center held its annual benefit Tuesday night with guest speaker Bruce Wilkinson bringing a message that brought many donations to the center.
Liberty alumni lead mission trip
by Nathalia Giraldo
Liberty University alumni will lead a mission trip to Chestnut Mountain Ranch during fall break to aid with construction for a non-profit Christian crisis home for teenage boys in West Virginia.
Men’s Hockey splits opening weekend series
by Callie Cagwin
The Liberty Flames Division I hockey team played a two-game series against Adrian College Friday and Saturday, winning its first game against Adrian College, but losing the second. The team played two hard-fought games in a packed Lahaye Ice Center. Liberty head coach Kirk Handy said this was the first time the two teams had competed against one another.
There’s no place like home
by HORNEFFER is a sports reporter.
The Lady Flames soccer team dominated this past week in their games against Southern Virginia University and Howard University.