Politicians listen to Liberty

How Liberty students became some of the most targeted voters in Virginia Since its establishment in 2011, the Vines Center voting precinct at Liberty University has garnered a substantial amount of influence in the political sphere unlike any other precinct in Lynchburg City, as Liberty’s overall population continues to grow and more students register to exercise their civic duty to […]

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Elections approach

Students inspired to vote with upcoming midterm elections With midterm elections set to take place Nov. 4, the results could change the face of the United States Senate and the House of Representatives. General elections include all 435 seats of the House of Representatives and 33 of the 100 Senate seats, including area congressmen and one of the Senate seats […]

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Faces of Liberty

“Electric communication will never be a substitute for the face of someone who with their soul encourages another person to be brave and true,” Charles Dickens wrote in his 1856 novel “The Wreck of the Golden Mary.” Though online communication may never be a substitute for personal interaction, Liberty University student Haley Greene is working to better blend the two […]

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Liberty is Back and Business is Booming

As students have returned to campus and discovered what Lynchburg has to offer beyond Liberty University’s campus, businesses on Wards Road have been thriving from the increase in traffic and sales according to the News in Advance. Cookout, a recent addition to the lineup of food choices on Wards Road, has become a college students go-to for fast food. Becca […]

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Liberty a top school

Liberty University was recently named one of the best regional universities in the South. According to an article by the U.S. News and World Report, Liberty was ranked along with neighboring schools Lynchburg College, Randolph and Sweet Briar colleges. Liberty was ranked as 65th among Regional Universities in the South in the magazine entitled, “America’s Best Colleges 2013.” Lynchburg College […]

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