Drones over Lynchburg

Small Package — Students will train further with the Aerosonde UAV this summer at Liberty SOA. Photo provided

Liberty University School of Aeronautics establishes growing UAS program Retired Air Force Col. John Marselus, associate dean of the unmanned aerial systems (UAS) program and former A-10 Thunderbolt II and F-15E Strike Eagle fighter pilot, is currently the only School of Aeronautics (SOA) staff member in charge of the infant …

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Gage fills open role

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Professor named president of VATA organization Dr. Matthew Gage, associate professor and clinical coordinator at Liberty University, has been chosen to serve as president-elect for the Virginia Athletic Training Association (VATA). According to VATA, its mission is to improve the quality of health for residents of Virginia. Gage is dedicated …

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TRBC dazzles

Thousands enjoy holiday spectacle Every year around Christmastime, Thomas Road Baptist Church (TRBC) hosts the Virginia Christmas Spectacular, a holiday event that brings a taste of Broadway to Lynchburg, Virginia. “We begin auditions in August,” show director Lorie Marsh said. “Rehearsals begin in September, but we work on the show …

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McAuliffe claims bipartisanship

The newly inaugurated governor of Virginia aims to please both Republicans and Democrats in coming years Terry McAuliffe was officially inaugurated as Virginia’s 72nd governor Saturday, Jan. 11. In his speech, he outlined a few divisive policies that he would like to modify during his time in office. According to …

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