A message from the Spring 2022 Liberty Champion graduating staff members

I never knew this small little office labeled “The Liberty Champion” would become such a staple piece in my college experience — and in many ways, it felt just like home. I first got involved with the Champion through CSER my sophomore year of college. This then transitioned into becoming the news editor last semester and the editor-in-chief this semester […]

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Sarah’s Slice of Life: Memories

I have exactly two memories clinging to the edge of the abyss psychologists call “childhood amnesia,” the inability for adults to recollect childhood memories before the ages of 2 to 4.  Ironically, both memories are associated with light.  The memories center on ordinary days at our house near Lake Anna, Virginia, when I was 3 or 4 years old. My […]

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movie review: the adam project

It’s no secret that Netflix has been known to premiere original films and TV shows that receive wide acclaim. Notably, “tick, tick…BOOM!,” “Stranger Things” and “Bird Box” have all become major successes for Netflix and are admittedly very well-crafted pieces of modern entertainment. Netflix’s new “The Adam Project” has since joined that list with lead Ryan Reynolds helping the movie […]

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international festival hits the streets

After two quiet years, the Annual International Festival makes its return to Lynchburg May 7 at Riverfront Park, offering a space for everyone to enjoy the warm weather and celebrate cultures and customs from around the world for free.  The purpose of the International Festival is to celebrate cultures from all around the globe and allow families to experience other […]

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