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4.21.2018
Liberty University’s long-lasting commitment to positively impact the community as Champions for Christ turned into a campuswide effort Saturday morning as approximately 2,000 students, faculty, and staff members worked at more than 90 sites throughout the city for the second annual Serve Lynchburg. ...
By Will Young/Liberty University News Service
4.20.2018
“Big Fish,” the Tony Award-winning musical of big dreams, folksy ballads, and fantastical creatures, is making its Central Virginia premiere on the stage of Liberty University’s Tower Theater this weekend, presented by Alluvion Stage Company. ...
By Will Young/Liberty University News Service
4.19.2018
Campus served as a megaphone for the nation’s hot-button issues as the three candidates running in the GOP primary to challenge incumbent Democrat Tim Kaine for the U.S. Senate debated on live television. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
4.18.2018
Liberty University students and faculty reaped several honors at the Broadcast Education Association Festival of the Media Arts and at the National Religious Broadcasters convention. ...
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4.17.2018
Liberty University's Spring Coffeehouse, staged late Saturday night into early Sunday morning at the Vines Center, featured live renditions of musical scores and video parodies of popular films. ...
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4.16.2018
Liberty University students continued relief efforts this week following severe weather that struck the Lynchburg area and surrounding counties this weekend. ...
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4.16.2018
Conservative political pundit Ben Shapiro and Liberty University alumnus Robbie Hiner, a music industry executive, will join influential pastor Brad Powell to round out Liberty’s Convocation guest lineup for next week. ...
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4.12.2018
On Wednesday, faculty and staff members from various departments made a trip to Washington, D.C., to converse with legislators and public servants, and Washington Fellowship students heard from a number of influential speakers. ...
By Will Young/Liberty University News Service
4.12.2018
Members of Liberty University’s ACHA Division I men’s hockey team traveled to Canada to attend memorial services and comfort the families of survivors of last Friday’s bus crash that killed 15 Humboldt Broncos players and staff. The Club Sports staff held a prayer vigil and honored the victims this week. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
4.11.2018
The grant will help with the construction of four labs at Liberty University’s Center for Energy Research & Education. ...
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4.9.2018
Next week, Liberty University students will hear from a Grammy Award-winning gospel singer, a New York-based pastor, and the authors of a new book about U.S. President Donald J. Trump. ...
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4.6.2018
The Liberty University community took time this week to honor the life and legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who was assassinated 50 years ago in Memphis, Tenn. ...
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4.5.2018
Cade Foehner, who is studying in Liberty University’s online education program, wowed the judges on the most recent episode of "American Idol." ...
By Will Young/Liberty University News Service
4.5.2018
Liberty University alumna Tenzi Chacha (’15) is using the gifts and abilities she developed while at Liberty to give back to the rural village in Tanzania her father grew up in. ...
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4.3.2018
Liberty University students will hear from a leading voice in exposing and preventing sexual abuse as well as an influential Korean pastor in Convocation next week. ...
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