Lynchburg’s new coffee shop features warm atmosphere and cold brew

Over the past few years, Lynchburg has experienced a boom in new businesses. From eateries, to clothing boutiques, this town has welcomed a plethora of locally-owned shops. Recently joining the new wave of local businesses is Golf Park Coffee Co., a coffee shop with a comforting atmosphere and refreshing cold brew.  Golf Park Coffee Co., located on Bedford Ave., serves […]

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Men’s hockey building big reputation

The Liberty men’s hockey team played through fatigue after playing a midnight game Saturday morning before their second game of the weekend Saturday at 7 p.m. against Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  Liberty played the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and came out on top both times. Liberty would score a combined 12 goals, scoring six in both games.  Saturday night, the […]

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Liberty’s G5 2018-2019 initiative looks to serve refugees from Northern Africa

Liberty University’s LU Send department monitors global activity and looks for ways to involve students in providing aid and ministry in the United States and abroad. So, when the department noticed a surge of refugees entering the country of Spain, they decided to designate the European nation as the focus of this year’s G5 initiative. The G5 initiative was born […]

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Nursing Simulation Center is now accredited

Liberty University’s School of Nursing is improving its programs and growing avenues for student success.  In July 2018, its 14,000 square foot simulation center was accredited by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.  According to the Liberty News Service, the stimulation center had to meet the SSH’s core standards for accreditation, which are established by the International Nursing Association for […]

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Liberty students hit the streets of D.C. before Ford-Kavanaugh hearing

Hours before Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday, Sept. 27, 300 Liberty University students boarded buses and traveled to the nation’s capital to show support for Kavanaugh. The Liberty students were hosted by Concerned Women for America and attended the CWA Women for Kavanaugh, I stand with Brett Rally, […]

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Sen. Kaine and Stewart talk Kavanaugh implications at Liberty Town Hall Sept. 20

At a U.S. Senate Town Hall meeting Sept. 20 at Liberty University’s Concert Hall, Sen. Tim Kaine (D) and candidate Corey Stewart (R) discussed the Brett Kavanaugh sexual allegation scandal, judicial precedent and the future of abortion rights. Kaine led in the polls all summer and continues to grip a 16-point lead over Stewart, according to the University of Mary […]

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LU Send Now Deploys to North Carolina

More than a dozen Liberty University students and LU Shepherd leaders gathered outside of the Indoor Track Complex Thursday preparing for their short-term deployment to Jacksonville, North Carolina, to provide aid and relief to victims devastated by Hurricane Florence. The team is being deployed by LU Send Now and will be partnering with Samaritan’s Purse. The group departed Thursday, Sept. […]

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SGA class officer election results

2018-2019 Class Officers Elected   The results are in and Liberty University’s 2018-2019 new class officers have been elected. The results and winners are as follows:   Freshmen:  P- Alexa Whaley VP- Karsyn Foster: 362 votes   Sophomore:  P-  Thomas Hummel VP- Stephen Hawley:  517 votes   Junior:  P-  Timothy Murcek, VP- Evan Gaul (ran unopposed) 88 votes   Senior– […]

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Vessels for hope

What do you get when four guys who share a passion for Jesus and skateboarding cross paths? A band of brothers, bound together the Christian gospel and a desire to share it with the local skateboarding community. Vessel Skate Ministry began to take formation last year when Liberty University students Blaine Hamilton, Josh Borrero, Mark Coco and Stephen Shoge felt […]

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‘Victory’ speaks to life’s struggles

The Worship Collective has recently released their newest single “Victory,”a song that speaks triumph to the struggles that students are currently facing.  The popularity and impact of the release of “Victory” in the past few weeks were unexpected by the Collective. Fiona Bosca and Judson Harris, both seniors and members of the Worship Collective, were blown away by hearing so […]

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Cross-country road runners

Like many Liberty University sports teams, 2018 will be a year of transition and intentional progress for the Flames cross-country squad as they compete in a new conference under an interim head coach. All-American Azaria Kirwa and sophomore standout Noel Palmer headline Liberty’s roster of 12 men and 23 women that will be coached by former Flame, Rebekah Ricksecker. Ricksecker, […]

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Opinion: Anonymous sources

Americans will always remember September 11 as a day of terror. It is fitting that journalist and author Bob Woodward wants Americans to think of terror when they see his new book “Fear: Trump in the White House,” released Sept. 11. Woodward has been attacked by President Donald Trump and other senior White House officials for his use of anonymous […]

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Florence slams coast

Hurricane Florence left a major impact over the weekend, and the flooding is expected to continue in the Carolinas, Virginia and other states through the week. The National Weather Service said almost 34 inches of rain accumulated on the North Carolina coast from Thursday to Sunday.  While Hurricane Florence was downgraded to a tropical storm Friday night, the danger level […]

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