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3.10.2017
From Central America to Europe and the Middle East, 174 Liberty University students will be traveling around the world during their spring break next week. ...
Liberty University News Service
3.9.2017
The City of Lynchburg has been ranked as one of the top 10 communities with the highest well-being by the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. ...
Liberty University News Service
3.7.2017
Dozens of Liberty University School of Nursing students served the homeless community of Lynchburg on Monday during the most recent Hands and Feet Clinic. ...
By Tobi Walsh/Liberty University News Service
2.27.2017
For three weeks in January, graduate student Emily Arneson, who is pursuing her Master of Public Health, worked for Samaritan’s Purse in an emergency field hospital in Northern Iraq. ...
By Tobi Walsh/Liberty University News Service
2.24.2017
Linal Harris, a one-time Fortune 500 business executive, shared tips for success in life as well as wisdom on how we view race in society Thursday night in Liberty University's Montview Student Union, part of the Center4ME's African-American History Month event schedule. ...
By Colin Schwager/Liberty University News Service
2.10.2017
Dr. Kate Thornton, director of hunger and sustainability at the International Hunger Institute at Auburn University, closed out Liberty University’s Global Focus Week in Convocation on Friday. ...
By Tobi Walsh/Liberty University News Service
2.6.2017
John Borek, president emeritus of Liberty University, spoke in Convocation for the first day of Global Focus Week, a biannual conference aimed at raising global awareness. ...
By Tobi Walsh/Liberty University News Service
2.3.2017
Students will have an opportunity next week to explore cultures from around the world during Global Focus Week, the university’s biannual conference aimed at raising global awareness. ...
Liberty University News Service
1.1.2017
Christian music fans, youth pastors, church groups, and prospective students poured into the Vines Center this weekend to ring in 2017 at the 15th annual Winterfest, the largest Christian New Year’s party on the East Coast. ...
By Tobi Walsh/Liberty University News Service
12.7.2016
Before a packed house, over 400 performers from Liberty University’s School of Music presented the sixth annual “Christmas on the Boulevard” in the Center for Music and Worship and the Worship Arts’ new grand concert hall Tuesday night. ...
By Colin Schwager/Liberty University News Service
12.5.2016
Saturday night's annual Christmas talent show gave students a place to unwind before the onset of final exams and celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with more than 8,000 of their peers. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
12.2.2016
Liberty University's Department of Theatre Arts opens "Guys & Dolls" on the Tower Theater stage, turning back the clock for a golden-era adventure that travels from the heart of Times Square to the cafés of Havana. ...
By Colin Schwager/Liberty University News Service
12.2.2016
Senior biomedical sciences major Josiah Twiddy heard rumors that there may be a message hidden in a four-story DNA double helix artwork in a stairwell in the Science Hall. He decided to investigate and 20 minutes later, he had solved the puzzle. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
11.29.2016
A number of Christmas events give students opportunities to celebrate the holidays with their campus family and the local community before heading home for their Christmas break. ...
Liberty University News Service
11.18.2016
On top of a pre-med course load, junior Ramon Misla David has started a campus chapter of a national health care charity, completed two competitive internships with the NIH, and was invited to present his research on PTSD at a national conference. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
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