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7.13.2014 | College combines state-of-the-art technology with faith-infused curriculum.
6.30.2014 | Congressman Robert Hurt got to check out Liberty University's new medical school on Monday.
6.26.2014 | Liberty University plans to construct a 252-foot bell tower that would be the tallest structure in Lynchburg.
6.25.2014 | Two Liberty Belles teams soared into third and fifth place at the Air Race Classic last week.
6.18.2014 | A Q&A with Liberty athletics director Jeff Barber features talk about men’s basketball, softball, ice hockey and the Flames’ in-house TV network.
6.16.2014 | The News & Advance sat down with Liberty's Athletics Director Jeff Barber for a two-part interview to discuss a number of topics as the Flames enter the short offseason.
5.10.2014 | Close to 18,000 students from all over the world graduated from Liberty University Saturday.
4.21.2014 | When this spring's production of "Altar Egos" — a religious film featuring Victoria Jackson and Robert Amaya — hits screens in the near future, dozens of LU students will see their names in the credits.
4.16.2014 | Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will be the Liberty University commencement speaker on May 10.
4.16.2014 | Representative Michele Bachmann visited the Vines Center on the campus of Liberty University to speak at the morning Convocation.
4.3.2014 | The technology has only been used a few hundred times world-wide, and there are multiple benefits, including a ton of money saved.
4.2.2014 | Sen. Ted Cruz on Wednesday told students at Liberty University they should stand by their principles because religious liberty is under threat.
3.27.2014 | U.S. Sen. Mark Warner addressed LU students at their Wednesday convocation.
2.27.2014 | Across the country, churches and other groups (including Liberty University) have rented out multiplexes for screenings of 'Son of God.' Others have bought tickets and donated them.
2.27.2014 | The world's largest Christian university, Liberty University, bought out an entire local theater in Lynchburg, Va., where Son of God will show on 14 screens, with about 2,000 students expected to attend the midnight showings.