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Race series gets going with Arctic 5K, one of many activities keeping students active

Saturday morning’s Arctic 5K, the first of three spring semester races in the Liberty Mountain Trail Series (LMTS), attracted close to 200 runners from Liberty University and the Lynchburg community to Camp Hydaway. ...

2.10.2016 | | Read More

Students celebrate different cultures during Global Focus Week

Liberty University kicked off Global Focus Week in Monday's Convocation as more than 120 international students filed into the Vines Center proudly waving the flags of their home nations to the beat of Chris Tomlin's "How Great is Our God." ...

2.10.2016 | | Read More

Flames announce 2016 football schedule

Liberty University Athletics has announced the Flames' 2016 football schedule. ...

2.9.2016 | Read More

Tyson Foods CEO joins SBC president to share lessons on servant leadership

Liberty University students learned lessons in servant-leadership on Monday from one of the most accomplished CEOs in the country and a well-known Christian leader. ...

2.8.2016 | | Read More

African-American History Month events promote fun, dialogue

Liberty University kicked off its African-American History Month celebration Wednesday, Feb. 3, in the DeMoss Hall grand lobby with live jazz music, food, and a historical exhibit. ...

2.5.2016 | | Read More

Liberty makes big move academically in new college listing

Liberty University has moved up to the Doctoral Universities level in a recent listing from the Carnegie Foundation, placing it among only 335 universities in the country to receive the designation and further recognizing Liberty’s commitment to academic excellence. ...

2.4.2016 | Read More

Screenwriter Sterling Anderson shares career wisdom with cinematic arts students

Accomplished screenwriter Sterling Anderson visited the Liberty University Cinematic Arts, Zaki Gordon Center Feb. 2-3, sharing tips on writing and working in the television and film industry. ...

2.4.2016 | Read More

Flames cheerleaders place second at UCA nationals

The Liberty University cheerleading squad competed in the 2016 UCA College National Championship and its two partner stunt groups placed second and sixth overall. ...

2.2.2016 | Read More

Health promotion professor receives Fulbright grant to teach and research in Ireland

Dr. Christopher Seitz, an assistant professor in Liberty University’s Department of Public & Community Health has received a six-month grant from the Fulbright Scholar Program. ....

2.2.2016 | Read More

Government students finish in top 16 at moot court nationals

Two members of Liberty Universitys Helms School of Government Moot Court Team placed in the top 16 nationally at the American Collegiate Moot Court Association National Championship Tournament Jan. 15. ....

2.1.2016 | Read More

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