The Importance of Being Earnest: Students perform in Oscar Wilde’s comedy with a feathery twist

Whether it’s through top hats, feathers or spilled tea, each of the characters in Liberty University’s production of Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest” seeks to find purpose in their trivial pursuits.  The play surrounds the lives of two Victorian young men, Jack Worthing and Algernon Moncrieff, who attempt to find true love in their efforts to masquerade as […]

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Turning passion into profit: Student social media influencers use their content creation skills for marketing

Like many students, Aubrey Seat and Talia Silver traveled over spring break, but the work didn’t stop there. It was Friday of spring break when Seat and Silver, co-founders of the marketing firm SilverSeat, had just returned from their Costa Rica trip at 5 a.m. that morning. The two girls sat in their shared dorm, smiling through a single video […]

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Beavers snap the streak: Lady Flames fall in ACHA Final Four to Minot State in double overtime, 2-1

Since 2017, the Liberty Lady Flames have been the team celebrating center ice with the ACHA National Tournament trophy. The run has been one of the most stellar in Liberty Club Sports history, with pure domination over their field of competitors.   The streak, however, came to a tortuous end March 16, as the Lady Flames fell to the Minot State […]

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Staying alive: Women’s D1 kickstarts tournament run with heart-racing victory over ASU in overtime, 3-2

The Lady Flames Division 1 hockey team began its tournament run with a 3-2 overtime victory over the No.10 ASU Sun Devils. The Flames entered the postseason as the No. 1 seed in the ACHA Women’s Division 1 bracket, and with the win are just two victories away from hoisting the ACHA National Championship trophy for the sixth time running.   […]

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Reunited with postseason ice: Carly Glover’s path from injury to a long-awaited return at the ACHA National Tournament

On March 20, 2023, the Lady Flames set in motion an unforgettable come-from-behind win in the ACHA Semifinal round, recovering from a 4-1 deficit to take the game 5-4 and move on to the national title game.   In the process, however, the team lost one of its leaders. Senior Carly Glover suffered an ACL tear midway through the game, causing […]

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Finding wins on the national stage: Women’s D2 hockey leaves ACHA National Tournament on high note, winning two of three and shutting out St. Thomas 2-0

The D2 Lady Flames’ trip to the ACHA National Tournament was the first time in four years the team clinched a berth to play postseason hockey. Liberty hopped on a bus to St. Louis full of anticipation for the electric atmosphere that comes with playing in nationals.  While the Flames fell to Providence in the first round of pool play […]

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Overtime anguish: Men’s D2 eliminated from nationals in heated win-or-go-home battle with Lindenwood, 4-3

After a back-and-forth game that coaches and players called the “true national championship,” the Flames men’s D2 team fell in overtime to the Lindenwood Lions. The 4-3 loss was the Flames’ final game of pool play and would decide who would exit the pool victorious and advance to the ACHA Nationals Semi-Finals. With the loss, the Flames’ 2023-24 season has […]

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Blazing Flames: Liberty comes alive with five-goal second period to earn statement win over Army

Yesterday’s stirring 4-3 battle with the Providence Argonauts was the Liberty men’s D2 hockey team’s first taste of adversity in this year’s ACHA National Tournament. Well aware of the resilience it takes to come away with postseason wins, the team returned to the Centene Ice Center for round two against Army March 12, initially falling behind before doing the same […]

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Thriving in adversity: Men’s D2 Flames open ACHA National Tournament with dramatic comeback win over Providence, 4-3

The Men’s D2 hockey team began its run in the ACHA National Tournament with a 4-3 victory over the Providence Argonauts in game one of three in pool play. The win was a welcome one for the Flames, who had been praying for it after the disappointment of their opening match in last year’s tournament.   “All year we’ve been […]

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