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Liberty University's Morris Campus Farm is continuing to expand and add new livestock to its sprawling plot on Liberty Mountain. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University's largest graduating class to date celebrated their accomplishments at the Main Commencement Ceremony inside Williams Stadium on Saturday morning. ...
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While the sun’s rays shined overhead on Friday, faces beamed with exuberant joy as Liberty University’s Class of 2016 congregated on campus with their friends and families for Commencement Weekend. ...
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Liberty University students celebrated icons of pop culture in front of a packed crowd at Spring Coffeehouse, the semiannual late-night entertainment extravaganza. ...
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The men's lacrosse team drew nearly 5,000 fans to the Liberty Lacrosse Field for its Midnight Mayhem game against the University of Florida on Friday, where Liberty dominated the Gators. ...
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Liberty University’s Department of Theatre Arts invites guests to revisit the time of big hair and shoulder pads in the Tower Theater’s production of “Steel Magnolias,” running March 25-April 3. ...
By Jenny Kujawski/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University juniors Christopher Hill and Gabrielle Drew, both Messianic Jews, had the opportunity over spring break to meet with Ron Dermer, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States, at the Embassy of Israel to the United States in Washington, D.C. ...
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Liberty University students viewed their campus on national television during the Season 9 finale of A&E's "Duck Dynasty" on Wednesday night in the Vines Center, along with their fellow classmates and two of the show’s stars, freshmen John Luke and Mary Kate Robertson. ...
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More than 1,100 people participated in nine outdoor-themed events during Liberty University's inaugural Outdoor Rec Fest on Friday and Saturday. ...
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Liberty University’s Department of Theatre Arts will take audiences to an enchanted village in the musical “Brigadoon,” Feb. 19-28 on the Tower Theater stage. ...
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Saturday morning’s Arctic 5K, the first of three spring semester races in the Liberty Mountain Trail Series (LMTS), attracted close to 200 runners from Liberty University and the Lynchburg community to Camp Hydaway. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University kicked off Global Focus Week in Monday's Convocation as more than 120 international students filed into the Vines Center proudly waving the flags of their home nations to the beat of Chris Tomlin's "How Great is Our God." ...
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Liberty University kicked off its African-American History Month celebration Wednesday, Feb. 3, in the DeMoss Hall grand lobby with live jazz music, food, and a historical exhibit. ...
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Lynchburg Living recently released the winners of its 12th annual Best Of contest, ranking Liberty University’s Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, Tower Theater, and the Art Gallery as top contenders. ...
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More than 7,000 cheering fans ushered in the New Year with artificial snow, powerful messages, and music from some of the top names on the Christian recording scene at Liberty University's 14th annual Winterfest. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
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