Liberty University’s auto show coming to River Ridge Mall Oct. 29-30

Liberty University plans to partner with River Ridge Mall to host a student-run auto show Oct. 29-30 with over $12 million worth of inventory.  The auto show is Virginia’s largest outdoor new car auto show, and it will host cars from dealers that feature brands such as Toyota, Bentley, Chevy, Audi, Lincoln, Dodge, Subaru, BMW, Range Rover, Mercedes-Benz and more. […]

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Over 100 deaf and hard of hearing students attend Deaf Field Day

Liberty University hosted Deaf Field Day Oct. 21, welcoming over 100 deaf and hard of hearing middle and high school students from Virginia and North Carolina.  Chick-fil-A catered lunch for students before Warren “Wawa” Snipe, a popular rapper and “dip-hop” artist, spoke to them.  “You all have dreams. You need to work towards those dreams,” he said through an interpreter. […]

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Meet the 2022 Congressional candidates for Virginia’s 5th district

Students registered to vote in Lynchburg will make their voices heard on Election Day, Nov. 8.  The Liberty Champion compiled a short interview with both candidates for Virginia’s 5th Congressional District.  The Champion asked candidates to submit a short bio and photograph.  The candidates were also given identical questions and a word count for their answers.  The opinions expressed within […]

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Homecoming: More than 7,500 alumni return to Liberty for the weekend festivities

Homecoming weekend, Oct. 14-15, brought alumni, students and the Lynchburg community to campus for a parade, a carnival, tailgate parties and a game in which the Liberty Flames defeated Gardner-Webb University with a close win of 21-20.  Over 7,500 alumni were in attendance throughout the weekend. Homecoming provided a variety of festivities for participants. Friday, they could attend a special […]

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SGA passes new resolutions to install traffic lights, privacy glass, more

Liberty’s Student Government Association continues to serve the campus community by passing legislation and planning special events for students with other administrative departments.   Recently, SGA has passed legislation, including a resolution signed by President Daniel Hostetter that will be presented to administration regarding the implementation of traffic lights on the bridge near Slim Chickens. According to Hostetter, students have […]

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