Lynchburg Veterans Day Parade Comes to Liberty University

First Veterans Day parade in Lynchburg for 79 years honors the heroes who sacrificed for America’s freedoms. Lynchburg has strong ties with the military dating back to the Civil War. The Greater Lynchburg Veteran’s Council put on Lynchburg’s first Veterans Day parade in 79 years on Liberty University’s campus, Nov. 11. The parade had 60 entries that included five bands […]

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LU Praise Heads to China for Choir Festival

LU Praise will join the Wheaton Men’s (Glee Club) and Houston Children’s (Chorus) in representing America at the 2017 Hainan Maritime Silk Road Choir Festival. The choir hopes to represent Christ in a nation where the Chinese government runs and appoints priests for churches. Liberty University’s gospel concert choir, LU Praise, was invited by the Chinese government to sing in […]

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“Thoroughly Modern Millie” brings the Roaring Twenties to life onstage

“Thoroughly Modern Millie” tells tale of young girl who moves to New York City during the Jazz Age hoping to get a job and marry her boss. Art deco theme of the show appears throughout in costumes, posters and backgrounds to transport audiences to the 1920s in NYC. Millie Dillmount enters the stage at the beginning of Liberty University’s production […]

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Law School partners with VLAS to allow students to represent real-life clients

Third-year Liberty School of Law students can represent clients who need financial assistance in partnership with the Virginia Legal Aid Society. Students can also participate in the Law School’s Prosecution Clinic and Constitutional Litigation Clinic for real-world experience. A new partnership between the Liberty University School of Law and Virginia Legal Aid Society is bringing hands-on experience of representing clients […]

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Jonathan Martin banned from Liberty’s campus due to security concerns

Christian author who criticized Liberty for Jerry Falwell’s political stance was escorted from a JOHNNYSWIM concert on campus on Oct. 30. Both Jonathan Martin and Jerry Falwell have taken to the mainstream media to explain their actions.   It has been 11 days since evangelical speaker and writer Jonathan Martin posted his initial series of scathing Tweets about Liberty University. […]

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Lady Flames basketball prepare for strong season ahead

Young primarily underclassman team led by sophomore Keyen Green and the team’s lone senior Nene Johnson. Returning and new players already have strong chemistry and are preparing for preseason opener on Nov. 10. Last year the Liberty women’s basketball team started the season 1-11 before rebounding in conference play by going 12-6, only to have their season abruptly ended by […]

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Flames Men’s Basketball team donates to Hurricane Maria relief, looks forward to upcoming season

  Flames rally around teammate hurting from the devastation to his native Puerto Rico and donate proceeds from VCU exhibition game to hurricane relief. The Flames will open the 2017-2018 season in the Vines Center on Nov. 10.   The Liberty Flames men’s basketball team was not slated to take the court until Nov. 10, with its first on-court challenge […]

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Lady Flame’s volleyball four game win streak ends with 2-3 loss to Campbell.

Lady Flames volleyball falls to Campbell University despite strong performances from some of Liberty’s leading players. With two of the Big South’s highest-ranked players in kills, Camels beat Liberty 3-2 to end Liberty’s four-game winning streak. Despite senior outside hitter Gabrielle Vess’ stellar performance, the Liberty University women’s volleyball team now shares the Big South No. 3 ranking with the […]

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