Alumni News

November 2015


Construction progresses on new student center

Liberty University’s new four-story, 150,000-square-foot student center is beginning to take shape in the heart of campus. ...

11.16.2015 | | Read More

Three inducted in second Club Sports Hall of Fame class

Jeremy Kortright, Corey Walyuchow, and Dave Semenyna were honored Friday night in the Hancock Welcome Center at the second annual Club Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony. ...

11.16.2015 | Read More

Faith and Arts Symposium to feature Broadway talent

Liberty University's Department of Theatre Arts, in association with the School of Communication & Creative Arts, is hosting a Faith and Arts Symposium, "Communicating Faith to a Skeptical World," on Nov. 17 from 7-9 p.m. in the Tower Theater. ...

11.13.2015 | Read More

Chelanga's path to first U.S. title featured in Washington Post

The publication told Chelanga's story, beginning from developing a love for distance running as a child on the dirt roads of Kenya, to attending Liberty, to his recent victory for the red, white, and blue. ...

11.13.2015 | Read More

Liberty honors legacy of American hero and former LU administrator

As the country celebrated Veterans Day on Wednesday, Liberty honored the legacy of a hero close to its heart — George Rogers. ...

11.13.2015 | | Read More

Dr. Ben Carson shares his American dream with students

In front of a packed house at the Liberty University Vines Center, retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, who is seeking the GOP presidential nod, painted a picture of a hopeful future to students at the world’s largest Christian university. ...

11.11.2015 | | Read More

UPDATE: Alumna advances in 'Jeopardy!' champions tournament

After earning nearly $100,000 in prizes last year, alumna Catherine Hardee, former “Jeopardy!” champion, returned to the popular trivia show for the Tournament of Champions. ...

11.10.2015 | Read More

UPDATE: Lady Flames soccer to face UNC in NCAA Tournament

The Liberty University women's soccer team earned its fifth Big South Championship in program history, Sunday afternoon at Bryan Park in Greensboro, N.C., defeating No. 3 seed Campbell, 1-0. ...

11.9.2015 | Read More

Kay Arthur stresses importance of God's Word in fixing society

Renowned Bible teacher and co-founder of Precept Ministries International Kay Arthur used her time at Liberty University Convocation on Monday to challenge students to apply Scripture as they seek to impact the world around them. ...

11.9.2015 | | Read More

Liberty among Top 5 'Best for Vets' schools

Military Times has placed Liberty University in the top five online and nontraditional schools in its "Best for Vets: Colleges 2016" listing. ...

11.9.2015 | Read More