Go the distance

Liberty’s marching band displays musical excellence A marching band brings more than music to a venue. As a result of the rumbling drums and the brilliant horns sounding through the air, there is a tangible fervor and spirit that fills anyone in attendance. This spirit can be seen in the audience listening to Liberty University’s own marching band, The Spirit […]

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Singing oh, happiness

‘Tour de Compadres’ concludes with multi-act concert at Vines Center Parents, high school students visiting for College for a Weekend, Liberty University students and community members alike gathered in the Vines Center Saturday, Nov. 12 to see Christian rock band NEEDTOBREATHE and its notable opening acts for the final night of the Tour de Compadres. For opening acts Welshly Arms, […]

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Keep on running


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Tolsma gets 100th conference win The Liberty women’s cross country team finished as Big South champions and the men’s team as runners-up at the 2016 Big South Cross Country Championships Oct. 28 at Asheville Christian Academy in Swannanoa, North Carolina. With the Lady Flames win, Liberty Head Coach Brant Tolsma tallied his 100th conference championship in 31 years of coaching […]

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’Tis the season to be jolly

46th annual Virginia Christmas Spectacular opens Nov. 30 at Thomas Road Thomas Road Baptist Church (TRBC) is taking audiences back to a 1940s Christmas in New York City for its 46th annual Virginia Christmas Spectacular this holiday season. “Jingle in the City,” a musical drama which follows the adventures of a group of young orphans in the city, will be […]

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Out in the real world

LU Send and study abroad offer students academic opportunities worldwide Through Liberty University’s Office of International Education and LU Send programs, Liberty students have had the opportunity to experience cultures from around the world. Liberty’s Study Abroad Program was established in 2009, helping students live and learn abroad for up to a year in many countries. LU Send was established […]

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Shocked and surprised

LU Online student awarded $25,000 on “The Ellen Show” When Liberty online student Amber Thomas won tickets to “The Ellen Show,” she had no idea she would end up as a special guest on the show and be the recipient of $25,000. The 24-year-old online college student who lives in San Diego, California, was recognized in October 2016 by talk […]

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Bold roasting, no boasting

Third Wave Coffee offers unique flavor blends inspired by a heart for missions Jimmy Thomas always wanted to spend his life doing missions work, but after meeting a missionary couple in China who used their coffee shop as a way to minister to the people there, he was inspired to do the same. “Originally, I was really interested in going […]

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Flames back on track

Volleyball sweeps UNC Asheville The Liberty Flames volleyball team (14-10, 9-3) dominated visiting Big South conference foe UNC Asheville (11-13, 5-8) on its way to a 3-0 sweep Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Vines Center. The Flames returned to their winning ways after their loss Oct. 25 at home against Radford, a match that ended a season-best eight-game win streak […]

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Mickey’s clubhouse

Flames golfer has best average in Big South Liberty junior golfer Mickey DeMorat continues to separate himself as one of the best golfers in the Big South conference and the country. DeMorat was named Big South men’s golfer of the week for the week of Oct. 14 after his performance in the Tar Heel Intercollegiate Tournament. DeMorat shot a four-under-par, […]

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Just a warmup

Flames scrimmage as season nears Junior forward A.C. Reid gave the Red team the advantage they needed to triumph over the Blue team, 38-37, during the Liberty men’s basketball preseason scrimmage Oct. 28 at the Vines Center. “We still have the competitive nature against each other, but this was a chance for us to play for the fans,” Reid said. […]

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Flames put out by heavy Wake

Liberty Senior Day spoiled by No. 18 Demon Deacons in final home game Liberty’s field hockey team (7-9) suffered a 1-3 loss on Senior Day to Wake Forest University (10-7) at the Liberty Field Hockey Field Oct. 30. The first goal scored by Liberty was by senior defender Serena Barr and assisted by freshman midfielder Agueda Moroni at the 27th […]

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Senior shutout

Men’s soccer wins last home game The Liberty mens soccer team’s stout defense shut down Presbyterian to notch a 2-0 victory Oct. 29 on Senior Day at Osborne Stadium. Liberty pushed its record to 7-7-2 overall and 4-2-1 in Big South conference play. The Blue Hose fell to 6-9-2 overall and 4-3 in the Big South. Liberty seniors Martin Agedo, […]

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Bobcats chew up Flames

Ohio ends Liberty’s five-game win streak with dominant weekend sweep The Liberty University men’s DI hockey team (8-3) battled the Ohio University Bobcats (10-1-1) Saturday, Oct. 29 for the second straight night at the LaHaye Ice Center, this time losing 6-1. Within the first minute of the game, Bobcats forward Matt Rudin scored from the right face-off circle, giving Ohio […]

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Luke’s Locker Room

Nine weeks into the college football season, we are finally starting to see which teams are setting themselves apart from the rest in their march to the College Football Playoff. You may call it SEC bias since I am from the South, but the Alabama Crimson Tide are head and shoulders above every other team in college football. It’s not […]

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