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The effects of Hurricane Irene didn’t stop Liberty University students from enjoying the annual Block Party on Saturday, Aug. 27. ...
Allison Cundiff/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University had a strong presence at the March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Monday with about 70 students participating. ...
Allison Cundiff/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University's Vision Ministries' parody of the most-watched YouTube video of 2010 is burning up the Internet. ...
Liberty University News Service
Luis Bush, founder of Transform World Connections, kicked off Missions Emphasis Week at Liberty University on Monday by urging students to concentrate on reaching the next generation. ...
Allison Cundiff
The disc golf craze has officially landed on Liberty Mountain. This August, students and Central Virginia residents can tee off on a new 18-hole course that winds around the edge of campus.
Sarah Funderburke
College students often have the unique opportunity to attend concerts with big-name bands right at their doorstep, and Liberty University is no different. Liberty’s Student Activities Office works hard to bring in popular groups from across the country. Last month, Grammy Award nominee The Fray — a Colorado-based, pop-rock band — performed to a crowd of more than 4,000 at the Vines Center. ...
Sarah Wittcop & Sarah Funderburke
The Liberty University Department of Family and Consumer Sciences sponsored its fourth annual student-initiated and directed fashion runway show on April 9 in the Schilling Center. ...
Elizabeth Mayhew
Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre hosted the Dew Games on April 10, attracting one of the largest crowds since the year-round ski slope opened in August 2009. ...
University Advancement staff
Saturday’s snowfall, which blanketed Liberty University with about 10 inches, caused some services to be scaled back — but that didn’t stop students’ volunteer efforts. ...
University Advancement staff
More than 8,000 people closed out 2009 at Liberty University’s Winterfest, shattering a record for the eight-year-old event. ...
By David Hylton
In light of a bittersweet goodbye for Christmas break, Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. and his wife, Becki, treated all LU students to free kettle corn this week. ...
University Advancement staff
Mark Simpson may not be able to walk, but he definitely can snowboard. Born in Bombay, India, with deformed legs, Simpson suffered many medical complications before finally having his legs amputated in 2005 at the age of 17. Now in his freshman year at Liberty University, he recently decided to get out of his wheelchair and try snowboarding at the school’s new year-round ski slope. ...
Sarah Funderburke
Christmas excitement is stirring around the campus of Liberty University as students contribute their time and talents in presenting the 2009 Virginia Christmas Spectacular, an annual Broadway-style production presented by the Worship Ministry of Thomas Road Baptist Church. ...
Sarah Deskins
Winners have been announced for the first-ever Liberty Mountain Trail Series — four-races covering 27.4 miles of mountainous terrain on the Liberty University campus. ...
Sarah Funderburke
Liberty University’s paintball team sponsored the Liberty Open on Saturday, the first National Collegiate Paintball Association event to be held on a college campus. ...
University Advancement staff
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