Trump’s attack of Cruz’s wife raises questions of whether relatives are fair game In the presidential campaign thus far, voters have seen it all. Candidates ranged from billionaires and neurosurgeons to a former first lady and a self-proclaimed socialist. One thing voters have not seen a lot of, however, is decency. Recently, Donald Trump threatened to “spill the beans” on […]Read more
Retailers staying open on Thanksgiving Day is hurting families across U.S. Black Friday sales are beginning earlier and earlier each year as retailers open on Thanksgiving Day to the detriment of families of retail employees across the U.S. Thanksgiving is a time for families to come together and celebrate everything they have to be grateful for. It is a time […]Read more
Family Weekend and essay contest give students a chance to thank parents Parents often sacrifice so their children can attend college, and for the seventh year in a row, students have the opportunity to publicly thank their parents by submitting an essay detailing these sacrifices in the “Outstanding Parent of the Year” contest. “It is an opportunity for parents to […]Read more
Women begin season with Darius Dixon Memorial Invitational When Liberty’s women’s track and field team begins its season Dec. 3, the women will be competing with heavy hearts. The Lady Flames will host the Darius Dixon Memorial Invitational in honor of freshman sprinter Darius Dixon, who was killed in a car accident shortly after running in his first race for […]Read more
As their paper-writing and project-planning college careers draw to a close, many seniors are making big plans for graduation weekend.
Most seniors can look into the crowd at their significant other or their parents as they sit on the Williams Stadium football field surrounded by the other […]Read more