Election Results 2010: Going Red

SENATE The Democratic Party was able to stake its claim in the Senate by allowing the Republican Party only an additional six seats. The Democratic Party currently holds 53 seats, with the Republican Party holding 46 seats and Independent candidates holding two seats. The Senate will have the power to adjust the House vote on matters that disagree with President […]

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Team ministers in prison

A team of women led nine young delinquents to Christ, including the 13-year-old charged with the murder of 81-year-old George Baker III. Jodie Walton with the Center for Multicultural Enrichment said a Bridging the Gap urban ministry team visited the Lynchburg Regional Juvenile Detention Center on Monday, Oct. 25 with members of Thomas Road Baptist Church (TRBC) witnessing team to evangelize to young inmates.

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Flight team dominates sixth straight regional championship

The School of Aeronautics’ flight team won the Region X competition for the sixth consecutive year. They are regarded as a shining example of outstanding performance and excellent sportsmanship. The National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA) team at Liberty was founded eight years ago by retired Navy pilot Capt. Ernie Rogers. Since then, Liberty has dominated regional competition. Rogers is now […]

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Supporting Those at Home

We salute the men who fight for our freedoms overseas. We respect them and honor them. We pray for them and send encouragement and we so often forget about their wives, fiancées and families. One club on campus is trying to change that. Silent Ranks with a Vision (SRV) was started last April by Amanda Daugherty, who is a military […]

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Mediumless debut show

A debut show will be held at the Riverviews Artspace Dec. 4 for a group of young entrepreneurial-minded artisans seeking to spread artistic expression for fine arts and commercial production. The group of five Liberty students, seniors John Gosslee, Adrienna Hood, Rhonda Anderson, junior Lauren Baker, sophomores Jacob Siner and Philip Andrews, along with students from Lynchburg College, are a […]

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Fundraiser a success

There was plenty of sunshine, smiles and Sheetz-donated sandwiches at Peaks View Park on Saturday, Oct. 30 to kick off the first annual disc golf tournament. The event was sponsored by Sheetz, Apple Auto Glass, Stand Up Inc. and Peaks and Creeks Disc Golf Club as a fundraiser for the upcoming Polar Plunge. Although the fundraiser was primarily geared toward […]

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Engineers embrace some R&R

A brisk breeze rushed over the field of students and professors cooking out at the fall festival for the School of Engineering and Computational Sciences. Saturday afternoon about 100 students from the School of Engineering and Computational Sciences gathered for a fall festival. The event was held from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Dean of the School of Engineering […]

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