Cater This caters to you

Through the collaboration efforts of Robin Alexander Bistro’s head chef and a seasoned trio of catering business partners, Lynchburg has gained a valuable new addition in the catering business called Cater This. Cater This was created by Debbie Johnson, Kelly Lesley and Louise Pugliese who gained their expertise in the catering business while working for Flavours catering. “The concept for […]

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Bonfire heats up homecoming

Students gather around flames as football team looks to catch fire for rest of season Students filled the field where the homecoming bonfire would be held this year, clustering in front of the wooden stage on which football players would soon gather. Student Activities hosted the event Friday, Oct. 5. “It’s a great time for people who have different interests […]

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Scaremare marks 40 years of frights

Scaremare, the widely-known, annual Halloween evangelism outreach run by Liberty University, is almost ready for an opening night filled with fright. Opening Oct. 11, Scaremare prompts visitors to walk through woods crawling with men holding chainsaws and paintball guns before they walk through a house with multiple themed rooms. Visitors will meet Liberty students in unexpected places, disguised under draping […]

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Deep Hollow race challenges runners

Students enjoy colors of fall leaves while participating in first Liberty Mountain Trail Series race of semester Many students, alumni and Lynchburg residents participated in the Deep Hollow 5K and Half Marathon Saturday, Oct. 6. The race results webpage at liberty.edu/sa lists a combined total of around 300 participants for both events. The runners could not have asked for better […]

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Writing club guests to visit

The creative writing club of Liberty University, Scribble, will welcome Marie Colligan and Charmaine Davis on Oct. 15 to speak to students about their experiences in the field of writing. Colligan is an award-winning author who has published many non-fiction stories in women’s magazines. She is also part of Greater Lehigh Valley Writers, the Hampton Roads Writers, the Piedmont Literary […]

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Liberty tailgates take shape for game

Smeared face paint and laughter marked another tailgate party at Liberty University. These parties are meant to prepare students to support their school’s football team in the upcoming game, but they also serve to unite students around campus as they fellowship together. According to Mark Hyde, Liberty’s student conduct officer, campus leaders ensure that no student at Liberty be left […]

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Domino’s opens Main Street store

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Oct. 4 at 4 p.m. to celebrate the grand opening of a new Domino’s Pizza “pizza theater” located on 910 Main Street, Lynchburg, Va. “This just opened on Monday,” owner and operator Kenneth Cobbs said. “We are the only Domino’s Pizza in Virginia of this style. This is an open kitchen called the pizza […]

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Liberty grad studies abroad at Cambridge

A recent Liberty graduate received one of the highest academic honors available to college students when he was selected to participate in a program that allowed him the opportunity to study at Cambridge University this past summer. Jonathan Davis, former history major and honors student, applied for a competitive study abroad program. He got into the program and studied at […]

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Parade welcomes home alumni

Student Activities annual homecoming parade puts on show as clubs, organizations show Flames spirit This year’s homecoming parade was nothing short of spectacular. Candy attracted children, children attracted parents, and surprisingly, parents did not scare away students as thousands of people lined the campus streets to be a part of such a great tradition. Stephanie Ward, the promotions manager for […]

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See you at the pole

A rain shower was not enough to keep Liberty University students from gathering around the flagpole to pray for America and its students Tuesday, Sept. 25 during See You at the Pole. Liberty’s version of the nationwide event has been held on the steps of DeMoss Hall for the last six years, but due to the weather, the Grand Lobby […]

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Capturing champions since ‘73

Les Schofer, Liberty University’s senior photographer, highlights the school’s history while making his own Flames fans call him “Safari Man.” He circles the field at Liberty University football games fully armed, ready to shoot — photographs. The loose-brimmed khaki hat earned him the nickname. A hat fit for the Sahara sun provides shade for him as he goes from one […]

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Frocks for Freedom fights sex trafficking

Freedom 4/24 coordinates third-annual event supported by donations of various gently-used clothing items Racks of tweed, cotton and silk ensembles decorated Tresca on 8th, Thursday, Sept. 27, for Freedom 4/24’s third annual Frocks 4 Freedom fashion sale. The two-day event, which gives women the chance to buy donated clothes to help support Christian organization Freedom 4/24’s fight against worldwide human […]

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Jars of Clay performs at CFAW

Jars of Clay and Shane & Shane put on a show for Liberty University students and College for a Weekend (CFAW) participants Friday, Sept. 21. The event, which was held in the auditorium of Thomas Road Baptist Church (TRBC), was the first of two concerts that Student Activities will host during the fall semester. “I listened to (Jars of Clay) […]

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Lynchburg Bridal Expo to come

The biannual wedding-themed event will be held at the Holiday Inn Hundreds of brides from Central Virginia will be in Lynchburg Sunday, Oct. 14, to attend the Lynchburg Bridal Expo, which is set to take place at the Holiday Inn in downtown Lynchburg. The expo is produced by Capture It Events as a connecting point between brides and vendors. Kim […]

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