Depending on the day, a walk past PetSmart on Wards Road could mean an invitation to pet, hold and even adopt a puppy or a kitten from the Humane Society in need of a home. The Humane Society for Campbell County (HSCC) is a nonprofit organization that, according to their website, strives to save 3,000 animals each year from those […]Read more
Setting up her cosmetology supplies in an empty corner of her room, Liberty University freshman Ashley Archulet put away her schoolbooks and opened her dorm for business as a hair salon. Before transferring to Liberty in the spring, Archulet was given the chance to compete nationally at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference June 20, 2011, putting her cosmetology […]Read more
Liberty’s men’s and women’s track and field teams picked up 18 event victories in the Liberty Collegiate Invitational, the inaugural meet of Liberty’s newly renovated Matthes-Hopkins Track Complex, April 5
“It was really nice to have a beautiful day out here on our new […]
Members of the Liberty University fencing classes quickly put on their gear and headed to the indoor track at Green Hall where one of the university’s newest clubs meets. According to Vice President Brandon Minter the club has quickly gained popularity among Liberty students. “There were 25 new people at the last practice,” Vice President Brandon Minter said. “Five were […]Read more
The Third annual Battle of the Bands will take place Friday, April 19 at 8 p.m. in the Tilley Student Center. According to the Student Activities website, band submissions will be accepted until April 8. Voting for the best band will be held through Facebook, and there will also be ballot voting the night of the show. According to the […]Read more
In a time when jobs are few and far between and competition is fierce, Liberty University is doing its best to give students real-world experience, according to Clint Melton, Assistant Director at the Career Center. Liberty’s Career Center took students to Salem, Va. on March 28 to participate in this year’s Career Premier Fair. Students took their place among the […]Read more
Usually a time for Liberty’s campus to wind down, 11 o’clock brought about a second wind as eager students lingered with anticipation outside the Vines Center to attend the Student Activities’ Late Night Coffeehouse.
As students took their seats, the packed Vines Center rang with the […]
What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but a select few broadcasting students from Liberty University are hoping to gain valuable job experience from their experience out West April 6-11.
Junior Matt Atkins and senior Courtney Aube are currently in Las Vegas, participating in Sony’s […]
Students at Liberty University will showcase their talents through the Family and Consumer Science’s seventh annual fashion show starting at 8 p.m. April 13 in the New Schilling Center, with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. Liberty students will take on their peers in the “Project Hollywood: A Glamorous Encore” fashion show. According to the Liberty website, “All fashion garments are […]Read more
Tragedy struck at the Boston Marathon as two explosions left two people confirmed dead and at least 23 more bloody and wounded, Monday, April 15, according the Boston Police Department’s Twitter feed.
The casualty numbers are expected to change throughout the night, according to […]
Liberty University’s men’s and women’s track and field squads notched two team titles and 16 individual event victories as they competed against in-state foes at the Virginia Cup, March 23. The Flames faced Radford University, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Virginia and James Madison University in its third meet of the outdoor season. The one-day event, which was scored as […]Read more
AIGA hosts second annual student contest Tensions were high as the eyes of 21 students remained glued to computer screens and fingers feverishly clicked away at mouse and keyboard, no one wanting to waste a precious second as they fought the battle known as Design Wars. Hosted by the Liberty student graphic design group affiliated with the American Institute of […]Read more
Proposal seeking to increase campus safety nationwide goes to Senate The Campus Safety Act championed by Virginia’s Sen. Mark Warner passed the U.S Judiciary Committee Tuesday, March 12, showing strong bipartisan support with a vote of 14-4. Coming on the heels of the Sandy Hook massacre, this act would create an easy solution to increasing the safety of school campuses […]Read more
Lynchburg City Manager Kimball Payne announced the City of Lynchburg’s proposed budget for 2014 on March 12. The budget includes funding for many different areas in the city, according to Payne’s proposal. “We’ve had a number of difficult budgets over the last four years, especially January of 2009,” Payne said. “We’ve made a number of adjustments, such as cutting spending […]Read more
New program equips students to impact The aim for Liberty University’s new master’s in public health program is to train students to impact the world through their future careers, according to Richard Lane, the founder and director of the master’s in public health program. Lane said the new degree prepares students for work in preventing disease, not only treating it. […]Read more