Campus Runway: The Met Gala 2021

Serving as one of the most pinnacle nights of fashion, this year’s Met Gala paid tribute to the creativity and innovativeness that fuels the wonderful world of fashion with the theme “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.” Every Met has its own theme, and this year’s take on American independence opened the red carpet to a range of gusty and […]

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LU Student Advocates for a Community that Ushers in Conversation About Disabilities

The moment Caden Throndson’s life began, it  changed in an instant. Throndson suffered a life-altering birth injury that severed his brachial plexus nerve in his shoulder after he was caught during delivery on a bone and his entire head twisted nearly off his shoulder. The numerous surgeries he underwent to remedy this injury resulted in complete paralysis of his left […]

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Lady Flames’ Young Core Struggles in First Games on Home Court

The Lady Flames volleyball team went 1-3 during the Liberty Invitational at Liberty Arena Sept. 10-11, falling to Old Dominion, Purdue Fort Wayne and Loyola Marymount but notching a win against Navy.  After a 3-0 start to the season, the Lady Flames hoped to extend their undefeated streak, but those hopes faded quickly after being defeated by Old Dominion to start […]

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Doug Smith Continues the Battle Against Myeloma While Leading His Team

After enduring chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant, high school football coach and Liberty alumnus Doug Smith has resumed coaching on the field and continues to serve his community.   Head varsity football coach Doug Smith has led the Appomattox Raiders to five state championships in six years and has the highest winning percentage of any coach in Central Virginia. […]

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