Liberty Flames basketball prepares for their first round matchup against Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma state

The last time Liberty played in the NCAA Tournament, Caleb Homesley’s 30-point game powered the Flames to a historic first-round upset over Mississippi State. Two years, a global pandemic and a canceled March Madness later, the Flames are back in the Big Dance looking to pull off another upset – this time against Oklahoma State. Ranked as a No. 13 […]

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LFSN Offering Broadcasting Opportunities to Students Through Intrasquad Scrimmages

When COVID-19 regulations shut down all sporting events back in March, the opportunities for Liberty broadcasting students working for the Liberty Flames Sports Network faded to black with seemingly no return to live action in sight. Terence Robinson, a junior integrated communications major and audio engineer for LFSN, became one of many LU students locked in a holding pattern because […]

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Falkrik Center’s Faith Summit Draws Millions of Viewers From Around the Country

The LaHaye event space sizzled with excitement Thursday as conservatives from around the country gathered to encourage others and hear from notable speakers and activists. The Faith Summit, hosted by Liberty’s Falkirk Center, held the “Get Louder, Fighting for the Soul of America” conference. The event was closed to the public but broadcast online on America’s Voice News, Falkirk’s YouTube […]

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Liberty University’s timeline of decisions regarding the campus response to COVID-19

Liberty University has faced backlash in the past few weeks for its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students, staff, government officials and news organizations have released content in the past weeks criticizing the university’s approach to the situation. During a March 25 ABC News interview, Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. addressed the concerns regarding the safety of Liberty students and the […]

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6 Things to do during social distancing

With a pandemic upon us with the recent outbreak of the coronavirus, we must modify the ways we typically interact with those around us to protect them and ourselves from COVID-19. Welcome to the concept of social distancing. Though the idea of staying physically away from other people as much as possible might be an introvert’s dream and an extravert’s […]

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The democratic primary narrows to two candidates as Joe Biden takes Super Tuesday by storm

Former vice president Joe Biden remains the front-runner in the Democratic primaries after Super Tuesday, the one-day race across 14 states that awards one-third of the nation’s delegates.  Biden has 565 overall pledged delegates while Sen. Bernie Sanders trails behind with 506 delegates, as of Thursday morning. The numbers will rise as March 3’s votes continue to be counted, according to […]

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This week in politics: Trump’s SOTU, Rush Limbaugh’s Medal of Freedom, the National Prayer Breakfast clash, and more

President Trump delivered his third State of the Union address in the House chamber of the United States Capitol on Tuesday, Feb. 4 on the cusp of his impeachment trial and just a day before the Senate voted down his impeachment charges.   Trump said the economy is the best it has ever been, with a rebuilt and unmatched military, secure borders, flourishing […]

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At Liberty University’s Convocation, Nigel Farage compares “Brexit” to Trump’s 2016 victory

An enthusiastic Nigel Farage, leader of the Brexit Party, spoke at Liberty University’s Convocation Wednesday, Feb. 5 to explain Brexit and to celebrate Great Britain’s official separation from the European Union (EU). Farage even compared Great Britain’s leave to President Trump’s 2016 victory.   After voting to leave the EU four years ago, Farage continued to push the decision through. Farage […]

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Donald Trump acquitted, found “not guilty” on both articles of impeachment

The Senate voted down both articles of impeachment Wednesday, Feb. 5, 84 days after the first House trial regarding impeachment, according to Fox News.  This ruling acquitted President Donald Trump and allows him to remain in office. A vote of two-thirds majority for just one article would have removed the sitting president. The first article of impeachment received a vote […]

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Liberty becomes third team in college football history to win bowl game in first season of eligibility

Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. glanced up from the crowd of media members flocking around him and locked eyes with a Flames alum who slowly smiled and pumped his fist with joy. Falwell Jr. looked down at the ground, smiling as he shook his head in wonder and contentment. University Founder Jerry Falwell Sr., who passed away in 2007, […]

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