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Summer 2015
More than 17,500 new graduates set out on their own paths to impact the world for Christ. ...
Liberty University News Service
Summer 2015
O.S. Hawkins, president and CEO of the world's largest Christian-based mutual fund, spoke to graduates at the annual Baccalaureate service. ...
By Melissa Skinner
Summer 2015
Military graduates, spouses honored during Commencement weekend; officers commissioned ...
By Ted Allen
Summer 2015
Meet some of Liberty's newest alumni. ...
Liberty University News Service
Summer 2015
The decision to form the School of Divinity resulted in the world's largest accredited school for religious studies and ministerial training. ...
By Mitzi Bible
Summer 2015
New museum provides firsthand Biblical experience. ...
By Melissa Skinner
Summer 2015
Summer travel opportunities abound for students. ...
By Ron Brown
Summer 2015
Conservation efforts widespread across campus. ...
By Drew Menard
Summer 2015
The spring semester saw new facilities opening and others beginning to take shape as Liberty University continues its major rebuilding project. ...
Liberty University News Service
Summer 2015
The undergraduate forensic science and criminal justice degree programs provide students with real-world experience. ...
By Melissa Skinner
Summer 2015
Last semester, students were inspired and emboldened to stand for their faith as they heard from well-known figures in ministry, athletics, journalism, politics, and more. ...
Liberty University News Service
Summer 2015
Alumna stands for conservative values on a national stage. ...
Summer 2015
National media recognize Liberty's innovative practices, growth. ...
Liberty University News Service
Summer 2015
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently recognized Liberty’s rapid growth, telling college leaders that they "might want to take a closer look" at Liberty. ...
By Mitzi Bible
Summer 2015
Academic honors, faculty awards, and campus improvements. ...
Liberty University News Service
Summer 2015
Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine, in cooperation with Central Virginia Family Physicians, will be opening a community care clinic designed to serve greater Lynchburg. ...
By Heather Bradley
Summer 2015
The 2014-15 athletic year has shaped up to be the most successful yet for Liberty University's Club Sports program, which clinched two team trophies and several individual national championships in the spring semester. ...
Liberty University Club Sports
Summer 2015
Recreational opportunities abound for students. ...
Summer 2015
Two members of Liberty University's Bass Fishing Club finished second in the Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) College Fishing National Championship. ...
Liberty University News Service
Summer 2015
Two Flames have signed free-agent contracts with the Pittsburgh Steelers and St. Louis Rams, and a third has accepted an invitation to an Indianapolis Colts minicamp tryout. ...
Liberty University Athletics
Summer 2015
Alex Close, a senior first baseman/relief pitcher on Liberty University’s baseball team, was the 2015 recipient of the Rock Royer/Mac Rivera Award. ...
Liberty University Athletics
Summer 2015
For the first time in Liberty University Athletics Department history, three student-athletes have earned the prestigious George A. Christenberry Award for Academic Excellence. ...
Liberty University Athletics
Summer 2015
Former coach comes home to ignite Flames. ...
Summer 2015
Lady Flames basketball player finds sanctuary in God's great outdoors. ...
Summer 2015
Recaps of the season. ...
Liberty University Athletics & Club Sports
Summer 2015
Liberty University softball Head Coach Dot Richardson helped turn 10-year-old Ryleigh Patience’s dream into reality during the Lady Flames’ Feb. 13-16 tournament in Florida. ...
Summer 2015
Stories of how alumni, students, and faculty are advancing Liberty's mission. ...
Summer 2015
More families are choosing online education for their kids — from kindergarten to high school. ...
Summer 2015
William Mausolf has supported Liberty for many years through both his prayers and his finances. ...
Summer 2015
Cindy Goodrich has been a registered nurse for over 40 years, and has taught for the last 19 at the Liberty University School of Nursing. In addition to being a professor, Goodrich is impacting Liberty’s future another way. ...