Shopping local benefits the community in a variety of ways. The holidays are approaching like a freight train, closing in at full speed, a terrifying reminder that you’ve procrastinated on your Christmas shopping (again). You want to find something unique to wrap for your mom this year, but the malls are crowded, their brand-name stores selling out of all your ideas and you’re running out … Continue reading Small Business Saturday: Why Should You Support Local?
A journalism student reminisces on her time at college. The days are long but the years are short. I blinked and time leapt forward through two-and-a-half years of undergrad life, procrastination and homework (in that order), all-nighters and copious amounts of black coffee to the final pages in this chapter. I moved to the aspiring metropolis of Lynchburg as a transfer student, carrying an armload … Continue reading My Life at LU: A Student’s Reflection on Her Growth at Liberty.
Should students reap the fruit of their actions or will Mr. Rot continue giving grace? What started as a practical joke has evolved into a “tradition” that is spiraling out of control. In Convocation last Friday, Oct. 19, Liberty Dining Services District Manager Duke Davis implored students (not for the first time) to stop throwing bananas on the roof of the Reber-Thomas Dining Hall. According … Continue reading Liberty’s Latest Banana Tradition Leaves Students Split