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10.31.2017
For the second year in a row, Virginia Furniture Market (VFM), a retail furniture store with locations in Southwest and Central Virginia, partnered with Liberty University’s Department of Family & Consumer Sciences (FACS) Interior Design Program to host the VFM Design Challenge and award scholarships to students who show promising futures in interior design. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.27.2017
With fires blazing and tunes blaring, managers for Liberty University Dining Services came together on Wednesday night for a cook-off at The Food Court at Reber-Thomas , giving students a taste of their best creations themed to various music eras. ...
By Victoria Conner/Liberty University News Service
10.26.2017
Frank Sinatra’s famous words ring true for five Liberty University students who spent last summer in the Big Apple: If you can make it in New York City, you can make it anywhere. ...
By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service
10.16.2017
Next week, Liberty University’s Convocation will bring a prominent CEO, a singer-songwriter, and a reality television star to the stage to challenge and inspire students. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.13.2017
“Wait Until Dark,” a claustrophobic thriller presented by the Liberty University Department of Theatre Arts, will immerse audiences in suspense from Oct. 13-22 in The Box Theater. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
10.13.2017
While many Liberty University students enjoyed time off for Fall Break last week, a team of 10 students and two staff members were moving brick and concrete in Morelos, Mexico, where residents are recovering from a devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake. ...
By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service
10.12.2017
Generations of Champions for Christ will reunite on campus this weekend for Homecoming. The annual event kicks off Friday and is jam-packed with activities for the whole family, from athletic contests and the Homecoming parade to hayride tours of campus, an early-morning footrace across Liberty Mountain, and a carnival. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.4.2017
For 32 Liberty University students living and working in Washington, D.C., through the Washington Fellowship this semester, a Tuesday afternoon event held at the Library of Congress was a chance for them to hear from leading legislators about their career experience. ...
By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service
9.28.2017
Flags blazoned with the words We The Champions have circled their way around Liberty University as students express their school pride on Instagram and declare to the rest of the world what it means to be a Champion for Christ. ...
By Will Young/Liberty University News Service
9.27.2017
As part of Liberty University’s Global Focus Week, approximately 400 students packed out the auditorium in the Center for Natural Sciences for a special showing of the Samaritan’s Purse film “Facing Darkness” on Tuesday night. ...
By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service
9.21.2017
A new workshop series kicked off Tuesday that will give Liberty University students more opportunities to engage with the local residents of Lynchburg and create positive change in the broader community. ...
By Will Young/Liberty University News Service
9.18.2017
Liberty University’s upcoming Convocations will feature a wide range of speakers, including U.S. legislators and an award-winning musical artist, along with an accomplished comedian. ...
Liberty University News Service
9.15.2017
Alluvion Stage Company is bringing the Virginia premiere of Disney’s “Newsies” to the Tower Theater at Liberty University starting tonight. ...
By Victoria Conner/Liberty University News Service
8.24.2017
More than 4,500 new faces are studying on campus this year, bumping the residential population to approximately 15,200 students, a university record. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
8.21.2017
On Monday, Liberty University’s DeMoss Hall rooftop patio was transformed into a viewing station on the frontlines of history as students, faculty, staff, and members of the Lynchburg community came out to see the Great American Eclipse. ...
By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service
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