Alumni News

June 2019


Alumna battling cancer speaks publicly about her gratitude for Right to Try Act

Liberty University alumna Natalie Harp has been an outspoken supporter of the Right to Try Act, signed into law by President Donald Trump in May 2018. She recently had the opportunity to thank the president personally for giving her lifesaving hope in her battle with cancer. ...

6.29.2019 | Read More

Cybersecurity youth camp prepares students early for careers in fast-growing field

Training the next generation of cybersecurity experts was the goal of Liberty University’s fifth annual cybersecurity day camp, held last week for the first time in the new School of Business building. ...

6.29.2019 | Read More

Alexander Hamilton Society chapter awarded Best New Chapter of the Year

The Liberty University chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society was named Best New Chapter of the Year for its work in promoting the national, non-partisan nonprofit’s mission of providing constructive debate on basic principles and contemporary issues in foreign, economic, and national security policy. ...

6.28.2019 | Read More

President Trump commends Liberty University disaster relief team for work in Oklahoma

Donald Trump publicly recognized a group of Liberty University students during the Faith & Freedom Coalition’s annual conference on Wednesday, just days after the students returned from Tulsa, Okla., where they helped residents recover from extreme flooding. ...

6.27.2019 | Read More

For Flames hockey player, working with young campers brings back memories

Rising senior forward and team captain Josh Hamilton got an early look at the Flames program as a young teenager at Liberty’s summer hockey camps, and now has come full circle as a third-year camp counselor. ...

6.27.2019 | | Read More

Sound designer wins Emmy for work on Liberty’s ‘Game On’ TV show

Alex Short was honored in the Sound Design and Audio Mix category at the National Capital Chesapeake Bay chapter’s 61st National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Emmy Awards, held Saturday in Bethesda, Md. ...

6.25.2019 | Read More

Flight teams end race in Canada, share special moment with women’s aviation pioneer

Six members of The Liberty Belles flew from Jackson, Tenn., to Welland, Ontario, this week as two of the 57 teams entered in the 43rd annual Air Race Classic, which celebrated 90 years of women's air racing in the United States. ...

6.21.2019 | Read More

Club Sports student-athletes earn highest cumulative GPA in program history

The 643 student-athletes from Liberty University's 41 Club Sports programs achieved the highest levels of academic success in department history during the 2018-19 school year. ...

6.20.2019 | Read More

‘Unfortunate Events’ design leads to fortunate win at national competition

All it took was a packaging cylinder and a unique theme for recent Liberty University graduate Rachel Kelli to take her graphic design project to the next level. ...

6.19.2019 | Read More

Michael W. Smith, Kevin Jonas Sr. to join Liberty’s new Center for Commercial Music

The Michael W. Smith Center for Commercial Music will launch this fall at the Liberty University School of Music, and a major recording label will follow. ...

6.18.2019 | Read More

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