Students win ALD scholarships

Every year, thousands of students try to win scholarships to help pay for their college tuition. At Liberty University, the National Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) society has a chapter in the national honor society. Liberty ALD scholarships are awarded to outstanding members with awards ranging from $1,000-$6,000. New initiates can apply for the National Jo Anne Trow Scholarship Award. This […]

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Julia Seymour

Although most people in the media follow a code of ethics respective organizations, bias always seems to creep within reporting. To expose unbalanced reporting, Julia Seymour (2005) scans various new sources and writes about the bias she finds for the Media Research Center’s Business and Media Institute (BMI). “I write my analysis of how stories are getting spun or distorted […]

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Justin Jonas

Justin Jones (2012) has been watching college and professional sports as long as he could remember. “I’m a sports junkie,” Jones said. “I grew up watching University of North Carolina games and knew that I wanted to be close to sports.” Being a journalist, Jones had many chances to become acquainted with a famous face or, in this particular case, […]

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Kyle Adams

Kyle Adams worked a few odd jobs before he became the public relations officer for the Humanitarian International Services Group (HISG). “One of the jobs I had to manage a baseball field, and then that lead me to a job taking care of a golf course in Colorado Springs,” Adams said. “It wasn’t particularly fulfilling though, it wasn’t what I […]

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Abby Armbruster

Every two months, Abby Armbruster(2010) writes a profile about an individual in the Wayne County, Ohio community. “We can write about a teacher or a principal or someone else,” Armbruster said. “It’s really interesting to hear what people do, and I get to meet a lot of people around the county. Those are fun to write.” Armbruster is a news […]

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Syrian conflict without resolution

The world waits and watches as the Syrian civil war prompts potential international military intervention When a nation comes to the realization that the world is watching it, something happens that tests the mettle and morale of that land. A phrase that can be used in this instance is “trial by fire.” As Syria hangs in the balance, that trial […]

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So close, so far

Momentum and shooting percentage proved key in JMU loss After returning from the Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Tournament, the Lady Flames dropped their overall record to 3-4 with a tough 62-58 loss against the James Madison University Lady Dukes. A quick jumper from JMU’s Tarik Hislop opened scoring but the Lady Flames responded with a 9-2 run. The Dukes were held without […]

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Book sparks debate on reality of hell

Throughout church history there have been everlasting questions about heaven, hell and the ultimate fate of humanity. The recent release of Rob Bell’s book, “Love Wins,” has added to the discussion, as well as sparked a heated debate about whether or not people will be given a second chance to choose Christ after death — leaving many people to wonder: […]

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