Nov 14, 2006
CFAW takes over LU
by Amy Field, Asst. News Editor
They included mock dorm hall meetings on Thursday evening and attending convocation and classes on Friday. Friday evening and Saturday offered a variety of sporting events to choose from and a concert to attend.
“I’m here because of the journalism and the hockey programs,” said high school senior Billy Armstrong. The 17-year old is planning to attend
After a day of academic classes and CFAW meetings, students got to enjoy another aspect of
Saturday afternoon, CFAWers were a part of the Rocco Era at Williams Stadium, as the Liberty Flames football team brought its season’s standing to 5-5 with a 34-20 win over Charleston Southern University. The
The weekend continued Saturday night with a concert by Atlanta-based band Family Force 5, and Edison Glass, a group from
While both Hutchinson and Pinkerton enjoyed the concert, they were pleasantly surprised by the social life they found in dorm 18-2, the dorm they stayed in for the weekend.
“I liked it a lot and I learned a lot about college,” said
Sunday morning campus church wrapped up CFAW, with Campus Pastor Johnnie Moore giving a sermon on God’s love as he emphasized to the audience that God cares when times seemed uncertain.
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