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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Women’s soccer blanks Presbyterian

The Lady Flames wowed the crowd on senior night Friday at home against Presbyterian College and edged out a 1-0 victory. Tied 0-0 going into the last five minutes of the game senior Maria Owen scored the goal (4) that put the Lady Flames up and sealed the deal.

“It was a great feeling to score the winning goal especially on senior night,” Owen said.” The beginning was a little shaky starting all of the seniors in the line up, but we adjusted.”

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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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Fear lost job for Juan Williams

Ten years. That’s all it takes to turn an entire sub-population from public enemy number one to public sympathy number one. In the months following 9/11, Muslims in the United States were afraid of being associated with the extremists who took down the World Trade Centers and parts of the Pentagon. Fast-forward a decade. Many moderates and liberals have adopted […]

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Electrical Engineering professor to work with U.S. Navy

Professor Michael Maiuzzo will be assisting the U.S. Navy by working on a device to help fix frequencies on ships’ radios. Maiuzzo, assistant professor of electrical engineering, was contacted by Bennett Aerospace. It is a company that, according to its website, deals with advanced technology and working with the government. The company was in the process of making a bid […]

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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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Exploring Club vs. NCAA

Brad Perkins is a senior at Liberty University and regularly attends athletic events on campus.  Last year he purchased a $50 season pass to watch hockey games at LaHaye Ice Center. “I understand why we have to pay for hockey games because (that is) the way they have to cover costs,” Perkins said. “I [do not] mind paying because I […]

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Runners Sweep Big South

Liberty entered the Big South Conference Cross Country Championships with the opportunity to tie records, end droughts and win big. Both the men’s and women’s cross country teams had significant goals to meet going into the competition in Blacksburg, Va., Saturday morning. The women’s team was looking for its second consecutive Big South cross-country title. Liberty’s women’s cross country aimed […]

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