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Page from original Gutenberg Bible on display at Liberty University museum

Liberty University recently received a single page from the Gutenberg Bible, dating between 1450-1455 and valued in excess of $100,000. The first page of the Book of Acts was provided by The Rawlings Foundation and brothers Harold, George, Herb, and Carrol Rawlings. ...

8.15.2019 | Read More

New respiratory therapy program launches this fall

This fall, Liberty University will hold its first courses under the new Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy, the latest degree program offered under the Department of Allied Health Professions and led by former Harvard Medical School professor Dr. Brian Walsh. ...

8.13.2019 | Read More

Journey FM nominated for Marconi Award as Religious Station of the Year

The Liberty University-owned radio station WRVL/The Journey FM has been named a finalist in the 2019 National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Radio Awards. The Journey is one of five stations nominated in the Religious Station of the Year format. ...

8.9.2019 | Read More

Liberty donates 500 autographed Gary Sinise books to area veterans

Liberty University donated 500 signed copies of actor Gary Sinise's New York Times bestselling autobiography 'Grateful America: A Journey from Self to Service' to the Lynchburg Area Veterans Council (LAVC) on Wednesday. ...

8.7.2019 | | Read More

State Games of America draws thousands to campus athletics facilities

Thousands of participants and spectators flocked to Liberty University’s Vines Center on Friday to witness a patriotic Opening Ceremonies for the 2019 State Games of America, which has attracted nearly 11,000 amateur athletes to Lynchburg this weekend. ...

8.3.2019 | Read More

Student relief team aids migrants at southern border

In early July, eight Liberty University students and five leaders with LU Send Now partnered with Iglesia Bautista in West Brownsville, Texas, to serve asylum seekers at a respite center at the southern border. ...

7.30.2019 | | Read More

Capital intern values 'wide variety of voices' in educational experience

Before making her college choice, rising junior Opal Lowther sought four distinct criteria: a large campus with state-of-the-art facilities, challenging professors, a rich culture of communal worship, and, most importantly, a welcoming campus open to civil disagreements...

8.5.2019 | Read More

Liberty University freezes tuition rates for second year

As the rising cost of obtaining a college degree weighs heavily on graduates across the country, Liberty University is taking a historic step toward reducing this financial strain by freezing tuition rates for two years in a row. ...

7.30.2019 | Read More

UPDATE: Pentathlete qualifies for 2020 Olympics by striking gold at Pan Am Games

Charles Fernandez, a rising senior economics major and member of Liberty's men’s swimming & diving team, qualified to represent Guatemala at the Summer Olympics for a second time by defending his 2016 gold medal at the Pan Am Games in Peru. ...

7.25.2019 | Read More

Music students expand horizons during summer internships in major studios and churches across the U.S.

School of Music undergraduate students are spending their summers in a variety of internships across the U.S., from Los Angeles to New York and as far away as England and Africa. ...

7.23.2019 | Read More

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