Flames fall to New Mexico State 49-14 in last regular season home game

Two unsettling defeats to follow up historic victories against the BYU Cougars and Arkansas Razorbacks was not the direction the Liberty Flames hoped for their season to trend. This downward spiral was anticipated to change Nov. 26 as Liberty welcomed the New Mexico State Aggies to Williams Stadium for its final regular-season matchup. What transpired, however, was an unexpected finish […]

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CEO Summit launches its 3-day event with Faith Factor panel

Attendees of the CEO Summit, held by Liberty University’s School of Business, were able to hear from renowned leaders in business and government during the Faith Factor: Faith, Freedom and Friendship panel on Oct. 6. The panel was comprised of multiple CEOs as well as government and academic leaders. Dr. Farson Swanzay, pastor and connector, moderated the panel along with […]

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CEO Summit’s National Security panel tackles key issues facing America’s safety

During the School of Business’ CEO Summit Oct. 6, attendees heard from military and political leaders during the Globalism, Threats, & National Defense panel. Former Congressman and Dean of the School of Business David Brat presented the globalism panel with others from in the political world.  Dr. Kiron Skinner is taube professor of international relations and politics at Pepperdine University […]

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Shannon Bream returns to Lynchburg, encourages women to be in fellowship with one another

Liberty University alumna Shannon Bream returned to Lynchburg Oct. 8 to speak to nearly 4,500 women at the Extraordinary Women Conference 2022. The conference, themed “Pursuing an Unfailing God”, was held Oct. 7-8 at Thomas Road Baptist Church. Bream made history in September when she became the first woman to anchor ‘FOX News Sunday’. She graduated from Liberty in 1993 […]

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Virginia Lieutenant Governor and Former President of Ghana speak to students at Convocation

Liberty University welcomed Virginia Lt. Gov., Winsome Earle-Sears, and former president of Ghana, John Mahama, to speak to students at Convocation Wednesday, Oct. 5, in concurrence with the School of Business’ CEO Summit being held Oct. 5-7. Earle-Sears immigrated to the U.S. from Jamaica at the age of six, and is the first female Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, as well […]

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LU Fencing Club makes a comeback

Although a rather small club, Liberty University’s fencing club is not lacking eager and spirited students who are interested in the art of fencing. The club is run by its president Sean Ryan and secretary Allie Barrett. While the fencing club has been around for 11 years, Ryan and Barrett are more recent members. Ryan joined the spring semester of this […]

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An emphasis on historical herbs from an expert

Tucked away in the center of Lynchburg’s Old City Cemetery is the Pest House Medical Museum.  Volunteer horticulturist, Whitney Chauta, inspires and educates others about medicinal herbs through her in-depth demonstration at  Old City Cemetery. She gives presentations on both the rich history of the museum and the medicinal herbs themselves. In the 1840s, the Pest House Medical Museum was […]

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Softball players from across the nation come to Liberty University

The Liberty softball team played host to new softball players Sept. 3-4 at its annual Prospect Camp.  This camp, held at Kamphius Field, served as a way for hopeful college softball players to learn valuable instruction and game-like play from Head Coach Dot Richardson. Richardson, along with various members of the coaching staff, gave the campers hands-on instruction at their […]

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