LUCOM professor inaugurated President of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons

LUCOM Assistant Dean Ray Morrison strives for excellence and generosity whether as a Dallas surgeon, country doctor or Liberty professor. Morrison expresses his concerns about the medical insurance industry, which he fears is leading to doctors being viewed as indentured servants.   Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine Assistant Dean of Clinical Education Ray L. Morrison was inaugurated as president […]

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School of Music premieres concert version of musical “Amazing Grace”

Liberty University School of Music helped perform and produce the concert version of the Broadway musical. The creator of “Amazing Grace” was inspired to write the musical after reading a biography of John Newton.   The concert version of “Amazing Grace” the Broadway musical premiered Oct. 13 at Liberty University’s School of Music Grand Concert Hall, during Homecoming week. The […]

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IT vendors put faces to the names of customers at Liberty’s IT Services Fair

Companies like Blackboard, Top Hat and Adobe Creative Cloud had tables to hear suggestions and comments from student and faculty customers. Liberty service centers allowed students to learn more about the IT services offered to them. Representatives for many of Liberty University’s major technology vendors gathered in the Alumni Ballroom at Liberty’s Montview Student Union on Oct. 20 to sponsor […]

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Liberty history students showcase historical research at New London Day

Mead’s Tavern and an African-American church are some buildings Liberty history students interact with in their public history class. Located along the path of settlers traveling west or south, Mead’s Tavern and New London had a strategic location in the 18th Century. During New London Day, an annual event highlighting the historical significance of New London’s oldest buildings and practices, […]

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National Championship title strengthens bonds of Liberty’s archery team

Liberty archery team won Liberty’s second United States Collegiate Archery 3D National Championship in ten years. The boys chosen to represent the team say they feel like a family and hang out even when not at practice. Whether through campus life or extracurricular activities, families are built at Liberty University. Seniors Jason Lynch and Spencer Foster found theirs among the […]

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Lynchburg area runs celebrate real-life heroes

Court Appointed Special Advocates’ Superhero Run raises money to train advocates who are appointed to neglected or abused children by judges. Valley View Mike Donahue 5 Miler commemorates former Liberty ROTC professor who was killed in action in Afghanistan. “All children need heroes, but abused children need superheroes.” These are the words emblazoned on the Court Appointed Special Advocates’ website […]

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Liberty introduces new automotive dealership management cognate

Liberty alumni’s success at Hendrick Automotive Group led to formation of the five-class cognate taught by Hendrick Automotive employees. Hands-on cognate allows students to complete internships at Hendrick Automotive and take field trips to a BMV performance center and motor speedway.   Last spring, the Liberty University School of Business rolled out a 5-course cognate in automotive dealership management, making […]

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Andrew Belle’s music from television shows comes to Liberty University

Singer Andrew Belle first gained notice when one of his songs was featured on the show “90210,” and he has gone on to have songs featured on “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Pretty Little Liars.” Belle performed at Liberty University on Oct. 12 to perform some of his mellow, acoustic music. After giving a college radio campaign $3,000 while he was living […]

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American Sign Language and Interpreting Program seeks to connect with deaf community

American Sign Language and Interpreting Program began in 2012 and has graduated two classes and inducted students into the National American Sign Language Honor Society. Program seeks to connect with the hearing impaired and share the Gospel with them. Language is the deepest and most fundamental form of communication between human beings. For sophomore Julie Kasten, this connection through language […]

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Food Truck Round Up brings local community food to Liberty’s campus

Food Truck Round Up set to take place three times this semester and serves to connect Liberty students with the Lynchburg community. Nomad Coffee Co., Momma Crockett’s Cider Donuts, Earl’s Carolina Barbeque, Hibachi Guys and Maylynn’s Creamery are some of the featured food trucks. Liberty University alumni and Nomad Coffee Co. owner Josh Davies had an idea to begin something […]

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Liberty opens Black Box Theater with suspenseful “Wait Until Dark”

Liberty performs “Wait Until Dark,” thriller about a blind woman defending herself against three crooks trying to steal a cocaine-filled doll. “Wait Until Dark” is the grand opening of Liberty’s intimate Black Box Theater. At some points in Liberty University’s performance of “Wait Until Dark,” the 1960s apartment set is showered in light from both overhead lights and the lamps […]

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“Jake Ziegler and the Locals” bring their joyful music to Liberty University

After learning piano and guitar as a child, Jake Ziegler played in “joke bands” before forming a serious band between high school and college. Ziegler’s joyful music and crazy on-stage persona come from love and his influences like Rolling Stone and Aerosmith.   When Jake Ziegler takes the stage, everything about him seems to channel the spirit of a time-traveling […]

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