Alumni News

March 2018


Liberty Law team wins one of the nation’s top Moot Court tournaments

The team of Tom Morris and Alex Stauch went undefeated to claim the championship at the 33rd Annual Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition last weekend at Brooklyn Law School. ...

3.19.2018 | Read More

Students go global with 18 university-sponsored Spring Break trips

More than 500 Liberty University students, faculty, and staff are currently traveling the globe this Spring Break on 18 trips planned by the university’s LU Send office. ...

3.19.2018 | Read More

Division I women’s hockey team claims second ACHA national title

Liberty University’s top-ranked ACHA Division I women’s hockey team will bring home its second national championship trophy in four seasons after fending off second-seeded Adrian College, 2-1, in Sunday’s final at the Ice Haus in Columbus, Ohio. ...

3.18.2018 | Read More

New multiuse arena to be built next to Vines Center

A new 125,000-square-foot arena will provide additional space for sporting events, concerts, and other events that don’t require a venue as large as the Vines Center. ...

3.17.2018 | Read More

Swimmer receives prestigious NCAA ELITE 90 Award for highest GPA

Junior Alicia Finnigan received the NCAA ELITE 90 Award for women’s swimming & diving Friday night at the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships. ...

3.16.2018 | Read More

Liberty University student-doctors celebrate first Match Day

Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine fourth-year student-doctors celebrated Match Day, a medical school tradition where they learn their placements for their post-graduation residency training. ...

3.16.2018 | | Read More

UPDATE: Lady Flames to take on Tennessee in Friday's NCAA Tourney opener

Liberty University's women's basketball team, which dethroned UNC Asheville on Sunday in the Vines Center for its 17th Big South Championship, learned Monday night it will be seeded 14th and challenge No. 3 Tennessee in Friday's NCAA Tournament opener. ...

3.12.2018 | Read More

School of Music professor to honor iconic composer Debussy in Carnegie Hall

Dr. Woori Kim Smith will honor the legacy of renowned French composer Claude Debussy with a concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City tonight, Monday, March 12. ...

3.12.2018 | Read More

Swimmers set to compete in NCAA Championships on Friday and Saturday

Liberty University junior butterfly specialist Alicia Finnigan will be joined by backstroke specialist Payton Keiner, the second Lady Flames freshman qualifier in this week's championships. ...

3.12.2018 | Read More

Wrestlers take individual and team NCWA championship titles

Liberty University senior Austin Amos reversed in the closing seconds of Saturday's championship match to lift the Flames to the team trophy, while Lady Flames sophomore Cendall Manley defended her title. ...

3.11.2018 | Read More