Sparking up the competition: Sparky and cheer team claim high placings at UCA Nationals

The Flames’ cheer team makes its presence known on the sidelines of every Liberty University football and basketball game, but it got the opportunity to showcase its talents on the big stage at the UCA Nationals competition held in Florida Jan. 12-14. Liberty’s cheer team finished eighth in the nation, ranking impressively among 20 other teams in the division. Liberty’s […]

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Civic Scholar

Abortion affects the lives of every American. But having conversations on the topic may be difficult if one doesn’t understand what it is and the impact it can have.  “Abortion is an incredibly polarizing issue with this spectrum of beliefs, feelings, struggles (and) life experiences,” Dr. John Pierce Jr., chairman of women’s health and medical specialties at Liberty University College […]

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The Fiesta’s over

 The Flames football team fell to the Oregon Ducks in the Fiesta Bowl on New Year’s Day, and since then, the NCAA Transfer Portal has made the Flames’ roster borderline unrecognizable with key losses and new additions across the depth chart. See the bottom of this page for a complete review of the Flames’ losses and subsequent acquisitions.     QB […]

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Black History Month open house: LU ONE will host the event Feb. 1 to bring students together

Liberty University’s LU ONE is hosting a Black History Month Open House to showcase African American cultures and represent those of ethnic backgrounds here on campus.   The open house will take place on Feb.1 from 1-4 p.m. in the Montview Equity and Inclusion lounge, MSU 2760.  Students who attend this event will gain insight into various cultures and nationalities.  […]

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Campus construction continues: Progress persists on five major projects

As Liberty University’s student body continues to grow and change, so does the physical campus.   The planning process for each building is a complex one, with most projects working together to fulfill a master plan that Liberty’s administration has put together.   “We have a rolling 3-year projection, and it has to be somewhat reactionary and somewhat proactive,” Dan […]

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No juice in the Orange: Liberty men’s D1 hockey sweeps Syracuse to open semester

After over a month of silence, the LaHaye Ice Center was revived Jan. 19-20 as the men’s division 1 hockey team hosted the Syracuse Orange in their first series of the semester.   The Flames’ first two home games came just one week removed from team’s 10-day mission trip to Finland, where they hosted hockey camps, played against European competition and […]

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Palsgrove’s Points

The transfer portal for college football is one of the most horribly designed systems in modern sports. The fact that it closes and players have to announce their choice of whether to stay or to transfer to a different school while the season is still in session is pure lunacy. The NCAA has been focusing on the empowerment and mobility of […]

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