LU Shepherd Doug Damon Reflects on God’s Provision in His Life

Vitriolic.  Hateful.  Venomous.   These words should never describe someone’s upbringing, and yet they are just three of the words used by LU Shepherd Douglas Damon to convey his childhood home.  Coming from the turbulent home life of his childhood and to his life now as an on-campus minister to Liberty University students, Damon has experienced the extraordinary things that […]

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Pitcher Price Returns Strong From Injuries

The conference matchup between Liberty University and Presbyterian University Thursday, March 29, was just like every other game. The score went back and forth, and Liberty held a one-point lead following the fifth inning. But in the sixth inning, everything changed. As routine, Liberty’s sophomore pitcher Garrett Price briefly surveyed his surroundings before starting his wind-up. Presbyterian’s outfielder Nick Guimbarda […]

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Liberty Hosts GOP Primary Debate for U.S. Senatorial Candidates

While Democrat Tim Kaine will be running as an incumbent for the Virginia U.S. Senate seat, three Republicans are chasing the position as the Republican nominee for Virginia’s open Senate seat. Those candidates took the stage of Liberty University’s Center for Music and the Worship Arts concert hall Thursday, April 19 to debate topics such as the federal budget, foreign policy […]

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Young Americans for Liberty Hold Civil Liberties Debate

Liberty University’s chapter of Young Americans for Liberty hosted a civil liberties debate Thursday, April 19, where members of the Republican, Democratic and Libertarian parties gathered to discuss pressing issues in social reform. Party representatives debated a series of five topics that represent the most contested issues in today’s political climate. Tori Mabry, a Liberty senior who attends College Republicans […]

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City of Lynchburg Seeks to Institute Paid Parking Downtown

A meeting was held by Lynchburg City Parking Management Thursday, April 12, to discuss its proposal of instituting paid downtown parking to deal with the limited parking availability in the downtown area of the city of Lynchburg. During the meeting, David Malewitz, the parking manager for the city of Lynchburg, discussed the need for more parking and better parking enforcement […]

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ASAD celebrates royal heritage at annual fashion show

From one fashion show to the next—from one nation to another.   Liberty University’s Association of Students of African Descent (ASAD) hosted its annual Spring fashion show Saturday, April 14. With the theme “Royal Heritage,” the models and performers showcased what African kingship truly looks like. ASAD president Angela Owusuaa sought to bring a vision to life: a vision of […]

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Graduation preparations commence at Liberty

With the spring semester a mere four weeks from conclusion, the campus-wide preparation and planning for Liberty University’s 2018 Commencement May 19 is in full swing. Faculty members from every corner of the university have been hard at work in an effort to create an enjoyable experience for the projected 18,000 graduates and 35,000-40,000 guests slated to fill the campus. […]

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ACHA Championship Caps off Near-perfect Season for Women’s Hockey

The Lady Flames hockey team (25-1) completed their near-perfect 2017-2018 season by securing the American Collegiate Hockey Association national championship title, despite facing several new challenges. The ACHA championship victory was Liberty’s second national title for the women’s hockey program. Their first title was won in 2015 when the Lady Flames defeated the Miami University Redhawks. “It is exciting. It […]

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