Why Christians should vote

Politics, for better or for worse, is something every single person will have some kind of interaction with in their lifetime. Many Christians bemoan this fact, seeing anything to do with politics as unnecessarily divisive, and choose to abstain from any political processes, including voting. But is this the right approach to take, or should Christians exercise their right to […]

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Student Gun Competition

The Liberty Mountain Gun Club is once again hosting its Top Shot Competition for students. This year, the competition will start Sept. 30 and end Oct. 2. According to the Campus Recreation website, it is recommended that competitors begin shooting by Oct. 1.  For the last three years, the competition has occurred every semester filled with a variety of stages. […]

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Paul Carmany: An Unsung Hero

Paul Carmany, one of Liberty’s sports information directors (SID), remembers his first sports memory. It occurred May 7, 1989 when a play deemed one of the most famous in NBA history occurred — Michael Jordan’s iconic game-winning shot against the Cleveland Cavaliers. It sparked one of many painful sports memories for a kid from Ohio, ones that many Cleveland sports […]

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Lady Flames Hockey Reigning Champions Start their season with a win

The reigning four-time D1 Women’s ACHA National Champions entered the LaHaye Ice Center Sept. 24 with lofty expectations.  After posting an undefeated season last year, the Lady Flames hockey team began its quest against the Washington Pride for a fifth straight championship and its 41st consecutive win. “This is the first time for this team to compete, so the girls […]

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Students Respond to a State Emergency

This semester, two teams of students from Liberty University will be traveling to Kentucky to help communities that were hit earlier this year by flooding and tornadoes.  The trips are being organized by LU Serve Now, the disaster relief and humanitarian aid arm of Liberty University.   The first team, comprised of six students and two leaders, left for Jackson, […]

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From Planned Parenthood to pro-life, Abby Johnson shares her story at Convocation

Abby Johnson, a pro-life activist, spoke at Convocation Sept. 9 to tell about her experiences with abortion as a young college kid and how sin can creep into our lives. She encouraged Liberty University students not to compromise and stand up for Christ.  “Sin comes into your life one compromise, one justification, one lie at a time,” Johnson said.  Johnson […]

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