Tomi Lahren talks free speech, praises Trump and attacks Democrats in Convocation

Lahren addressed Convocation attendees about topics ranging from immigration, racism and feminism. Lahren is currently a FoxNews contributer after being fired from her show on TheBlaze due to expressing her pro-choice views.   Controversial right-wing political commentator Tomi Lahren took the stage at Liberty University’s Convocation Monday, Dec. 4, where she commended Donald Trump, sounded off a list of hot-topic […]

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Opinion: Banning net neutrality could negatively affect internet traffic

As technology develops, the internet has become an increasingly important part of our every day lives. We use smart phones and computers for everything from emails to streaming videos. The creation of smart appliances means that the internet is also used to create shopping lists, turn on lights and monitor home security. With more data being sent over the internet, […]

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Liberty Field Hockey falls one game short of the tournament in the Big East title game

A promising season for Lady Flames field hockey included two players earning spots on the first-team All Big East and wins against top-ranking teams. The team looks forward to working towards possibly winning the Big East title game and advancing to the NCAA tournament next year. Liberty Field Hockey (8-11) hoped to avenge their Big East title game loss from […]

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Flames football season marked by significant victories and four-game losing streak

Despite early victory over Baylor, Flames struggled to remain consistent with early scoring and ended season 6-5. Two Flames players were named on the first-team All-Big South and sophomore quarterback Stephen “Buckshot” Calvert was named on the second-team All-Big South. Although Liberty football’s initial year of their transition to the FBS was filled with a historic victory, unforgettable games and […]

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Men’s basketball falls in first triple overtime game in program history

UNCG relied on junior guard Francis Alanso to score critical points that lead to the Spartans 76-75 victory against Liberty men’s basketball. Strong defensive skills by the Flames kept them in the game through both regulation and the triple overtime.   Despite leading by 11 points with under five minutes remaining in regulation, the Liberty University men’s basketball team failed […]

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Lady Flames Volleyball ends season with losing record but top six in Big South

Lady Flames go 12-19 in head coach Shane Pinder’s last season after 15 years of coaching Liberty women’s volleyball. Team focused on encouraging each other and having a positive mindset going into games on and off the court throughout the season.   While the Lady Flames volleyball team finished their 2017 season with a losing record (12-19, 8-8), they showed […]

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