Liberty students hit the streets of D.C. before Ford-Kavanaugh hearing

Hours before Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday, Sept. 27, 300 Liberty University students boarded buses and traveled to the nation’s capital to show support for Kavanaugh. The Liberty students were hosted by Concerned Women for America and attended the CWA Women for Kavanaugh, I stand with Brett Rally, […]

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Sen. Kaine and Stewart talk Kavanaugh implications at Liberty Town Hall Sept. 20

At a U.S. Senate Town Hall meeting Sept. 20 at Liberty University’s Concert Hall, Sen. Tim Kaine (D) and candidate Corey Stewart (R) discussed the Brett Kavanaugh sexual allegation scandal, judicial precedent and the future of abortion rights. Kaine led in the polls all summer and continues to grip a 16-point lead over Stewart, according to the University of Mary […]

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LU Send Now Deploys to North Carolina

More than a dozen Liberty University students and LU Shepherd leaders gathered outside of the Indoor Track Complex Thursday preparing for their short-term deployment to Jacksonville, North Carolina, to provide aid and relief to victims devastated by Hurricane Florence. The team is being deployed by LU Send Now and will be partnering with Samaritan’s Purse. The group departed Thursday, Sept. […]

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SGA class officer election results

2018-2019 Class Officers Elected   The results are in and Liberty University’s 2018-2019 new class officers have been elected. The results and winners are as follows:   Freshmen:  P- Alexa Whaley VP- Karsyn Foster: 362 votes   Sophomore:  P-  Thomas Hummel VP- Stephen Hawley:  517 votes   Junior:  P-  Timothy Murcek, VP- Evan Gaul (ran unopposed) 88 votes   Senior– […]

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Chasing the Lion

The Lady Flames softball team is optimistic about the future of their program with the successful season they had in the spring. The Flames ended their season with a record of 49-14, the best record that the Lady Flames program has ever had. The team is looking forward to next season with a new mindset. “The theme for the year […]

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The Heart of Coaching

Flames fans will notice something different when looking at the Liberty Women’s volleyball team this season, and these changes are all from new head coach Trevor Johnson. Johnson is starting his tenth season coaching and is taking on the women’s volleyball team this fall, and the girls are taking the leadership he is providing them and running with it.  Johnson […]

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Coach Johnson leads with intentionality

Led by new coach Trevor Johnson, the Liberty University women’s volleyball team enters the 2018-19 season with high hopes and a renewed focus on personal growth and progress both on the court and off. For Johnson, who is a back-to-back National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics national title winner as both a player and a coach, the Lady Flames’ ability to […]

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Right where they left off

Coming off their 2018 ACHA Championship last season, the Liberty University women’s DI hockey team took down the Hamilton Hawks 3-1 at Lahaye Ice Center Saturday afternoon. The Flames got off to a slow start to begin the season opener, which sophomore forward Shelby Bradford attributed to first game nerves. “The first game, [we] had to get the rust off,” […]

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Opinion: Kavanaugh’s Pro-Life stance isn’t enough

Since the June 2018 announcement that Judge Brett Kavanaugh would be President Trump’s next nominee for Supreme Court justice, the battle for the ideological future of the Supreme Court has been fiercely fought and debated over. Kavanaugh, if confirmed, would create a Supreme Court’s balance of five conservatives and four liberals, and the ideological balance of the court would shift. […]

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