Steel pan artist brings nontraditional worship

Sounds of the islands echoed in the Center for Worship concert hall Tuesday, Nov. 8, as world premiere steel pan artist Kelvin Corbett performed for the students of Liberty University. Corbett, along with his wife, Judy, was invited to be a feature artist in the Center for Worship’s Christian Artist Concert Series. Corbett is a steel pan musician and an […]

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7 Tour brings DCB career to completion

The David Crowder Band says goodbye in a farewell tour featuring Gungor, Chris August and John Mark McMillan Hours before the doors opened to the 7 Tour’s Lynchburg concert, students, College for a Weekend (CFAW) visitors and Virginia residents gathered together to brace the cold, eagerly awaiting their favorite bands and artists. “We came to see the David Crowder Band […]

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Poppies for Remembrance

Canadians distribute pins to honor veterans “My heart swells when I see other Canadians in Lynchburg wearing a poppy,” senior Ashley Liddell said. “I think it brings us together in remembrance of what a great country we come from.” Liddell, a Liberty Student hailing from Red Lake, Ontario, is one of many Canadians who attempts to unite Canadians on Nov. […]

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The bells will ring once more

The familiar ring of the Salvation Army bells is back to kick off the Christmas season. The Red Kettle Bell Ringing Campaign for the Salvation Army began in San Francisco in 1891 and, today, is a seasonal tradition. According to The Salvation Army’s website, last year’s campaign raised $142 million to provide aid for those in need. Liberty has helped […]

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Liberty Way says okay to nose rings

A change in the dress code now allows small studs to be worn in the nose The latest change in school policy which has Liberty University students talking is that nose piercings are now acceptable for students to wear. The Liberty Way, which once stated that only piercings of the ears were allowed, now has been changed to state that […]

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Olympic hopeful trains at Snowflex

Pro-skier Jay Panther discovers the artificial ski slope “Passionate, loyal, determined, focused and loving.” These are the words that future 2014 Winter Olympic hopeful Jay Panther used to describe himself. Panther is a 27-year-old competitive freestyle mogul who last year, joined the United States Ski Team. In February 2014, he hopes to represent the U.S. in the Winter Olympics, which […]

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Mom recognized for her enduring spirit in trials

Parent and Family Connections Office honors Donna Edwards with Outstanding Parent Award Liberty University held its third annual family weekend dinner at 6 p.m., Oct. 28, where freshman Austin Edwards’ mother, Donna, was honored with the Outstanding Parent Award. The evening opened with songs from Sounds of Liberty, followed by a welcome from the Director of Parent and Family Connections […]

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Thomas Road holds annual iKids Harvest Festival

Bouncy castles, bean bag toss games and costumed children spanned Liberty’s Tolsma Indoor Track at Green Hall on Oct. 28, for Thomas Road Baptist Church (TRBC)’s annual Harvest Festival for children with special needs. This evening event ran from 6 to 8 p.m. and allowed the children to have time to enjoy a Halloween-harvest themed event away from the other […]

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Show to feature iconic fashion

“Lights. Camera. Fashion. Iconic Design.” That is the theme for the 6th annual Family and Consumer Science (FACS) department’s fashion show. The theme and plans for the upcoming fashion show were announced to a group of 30 designers who met in the Reber Thomas executive dining room to attend the Family and Consumer Science (FACS) department’s Launch Party on Oct. […]

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The deal with vitamin D

Winter is just around the corner and that means one thing — cold season. But before rushing to the drug store to stock up on the usual tissues, cough drops and cold medicine, a person should consider one of the most important vitamins needed to stay healthy — Vitamin D. Vitamin D is key to many important aspects of a […]

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Bonfire sets spirits aflame

Sparks were flying long before the Liberty Flames took to the field for their Homecoming football game Saturday, Oct. 15. The fervor, fanfare and fire shown by students and alumni at the game may have, for many, begun at the Homecoming bonfire the night before. On Friday, Oct. 14, hundreds of students and alumni gathered in the Evans parking lot […]

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