A Voice for the Voiceless: ‘16 Alumni Josh Gordon

Josh Gordon is working for an organization striving to improve youth justice systems across the country. He is the communications manager for the National Juvenile Justice Network(NJJN), a movement of state-based juvenile justice organizations advocating for fairer juvenile justice systems.  “Nationwide, children are being incarcerated, and we are not seeing much benefit to that,” Josh said. “When young people leave these […]

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Lynchburg’s new coffee shop features warm atmosphere and cold brew

Over the past few years, Lynchburg has experienced a boom in new businesses. From eateries, to clothing boutiques, this town has welcomed a plethora of locally-owned shops. Recently joining the new wave of local businesses is Golf Park Coffee Co., a coffee shop with a comforting atmosphere and refreshing cold brew.  Golf Park Coffee Co., located on Bedford Ave., serves […]

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The Watch

Aline Aidar, a student at Liberty University, goes to the prayer chapel on Tuesday nights to worship with the Watch. She said they are passionate about what they do and that the worship is very intense and deep. “I love the Watch,” Aidar said. “The way they worship and pray for revival on campus and in Lynchburg is great. People […]

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LUCOM student-doctors get hands-on experience through standardized patients

Before internships and residencies, before board exams and licensure and before treating a single real patient, student-doctors at Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) work with actors who simulate patient behavior. These actors are called standardized patients, and they grade how students make them feel and what nonverbal cues or tics a student should change. Alonna Brumbaugh, a first-year […]

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Column: ESP-Em

Let’s get away from football this week. It seems like everything sports from August until February is somehow centered around college football or the NFL, so here’s your break from the football media circus. Instead of thinking about the big upset last weekend or whether Buckshot is actually injured, think about the simpler times. The times when you only liked […]

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