City of Lynchburg Seeks to Institute Paid Parking Downtown

A meeting was held by Lynchburg City Parking Management Thursday, April 12, to discuss its proposal of instituting paid downtown parking to deal with the limited parking availability in the downtown area of the city of Lynchburg. During the meeting, David Malewitz, the parking manager for the city of Lynchburg, discussed the need for more parking and better parking enforcement […]

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Graduation preparations commence at Liberty

With the spring semester a mere four weeks from conclusion, the campus-wide preparation and planning for Liberty University’s 2018 Commencement May 19 is in full swing. Faculty members from every corner of the university have been hard at work in an effort to create an enjoyable experience for the projected 18,000 graduates and 35,000-40,000 guests slated to fill the campus. […]

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ACHA Championship Caps off Near-perfect Season for Women’s Hockey

The Lady Flames hockey team (25-1) completed their near-perfect 2017-2018 season by securing the American Collegiate Hockey Association national championship title, despite facing several new challenges. The ACHA championship victory was Liberty’s second national title for the women’s hockey program. Their first title was won in 2015 when the Lady Flames defeated the Miami University Redhawks. “It is exciting. It […]

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Rachael Denhollander Shares on the Relationship of Forgiveness and Justice

Former gymnast and sexual assault survivor Rachael Denhollander spoke to Liberty University students during Convocation April 9 on the topics of forgiveness, justice and the “power of the Gospel” in the face of abuse and sinful actions of the world. Denhollander was the first woman to publicly make allegations of sexual assault against the former USA Gymnastics Olympic team doctor […]

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Commons III, or “The Shoe,” added to national cult watchlist

Liberty University dormitory Residential Commons III, popularly known as “The Shoe,” was added to a national cult watchlist after reports of students engaging in disturbing activities.  According several reports from the Liberty University Police Department, residents of Commons III have been marching from the dorm to the Freedom Tower each night for the past semester, chanting “Shoeee” and occasionally an arrangement of Humble Tip’s “This is Liberty” vaguely resembling a […]

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Research Week Project Finds out What Phrase “Do life together” Actually Means

A group of Liberty University students have proposed a project for the upcoming Research Week that has been deemed unconventional and odd — trying to figure out what the phrase “do life together” actually means.  The phrase, commonly used by young evangelicals and old evangelicals who want to sound like young evangelicals, is commonly considered misused and vague, and a team of students have been […]

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Liberty Adds “Ring by Spring” Course as a DCP Requirement

Liberty University just announced that a new course, Ring by Spring, will be a requirement on the new Degree Completion Programs for the 2018 fall semester.   RBSP 210 will be a workshop-style class, focusing on matching students romantically based on common interests, number of expected children and a one to 10 scale rating how Republican they are.  This program guarantees that no Liberty student will graduate […]

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Alpha Omega Agape fraternity moves into the Mansion

New Testament translations are not the only Greek thing you will find at Liberty University, now that the Alpha Omega Agape fraternity has founded its first chapter. The fraternity was founded at the end of March by seven students who recognized a need for this quintessential college experience — but through the Liberty Way.   “I have to be honest, the idea came to us after my friends and I left the prayer chapel one night and walked by the Montview Mansion,” […]

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Lesser-known club sports shine

If you have been a student at Liberty University for any amount of time, you have probably spectated your share of hockey games and wrestling matches, but there are some lesser-known Club Sports you might consider watching (or joining). One such sport is the Lady Flames synchronized skating team. “It’s like synchronized swimming, but on ice with 16 girls skating […]

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