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Liberty hosts statewide televised Republican primary debate for U.S. Senate

Campus served as a megaphone for the nation’s hot-button issues as the three candidates running in the GOP primary to challenge incumbent Democrat Tim Kaine for the U.S. Senate debated on live television. ...

4.19.2018 | | Read More

Update: Students dispatched to help with tornado cleanup

Liberty University students continued relief efforts this week following severe weather that struck the Lynchburg area and surrounding counties this weekend. ...

4.16.2018 | | Read More

Junior's research brings awareness to human trafficking in Vietnam

Junior Tram Nguyen studied the different views on sex trafficking between people in Vietnam and the United States. ...

4.19.2018 | Read More

Students win top awards at Big South Undergraduate Research Symposium

Five Liberty University students took first place awards for their projects at the annual Big South Undergraduate Research Symposium (BigSURS), held at Liberty for the first time last week. ...

4.19.2018 | Read More

Faculty and students win national digital media awards at festivals

Liberty University students and faculty reaped several honors at the Broadcast Education Association Festival of the Media Arts and at the National Religious Broadcasters convention. ...

4.18.2018 | Read More

Spring Coffeehouse draws late-night crowd to movie-themed variety show

Liberty University's Spring Coffeehouse, staged late Saturday night into early Sunday morning at the Vines Center, featured live renditions of musical scores and video parodies of popular films. ...

4.17.2018 | Read More

Media personality, music industry vet among upcoming Convocation guests

Conservative political pundit Ben Shapiro and Liberty University alumnus Robbie Hiner, a music industry executive, will join influential pastor Brad Powell to round out Liberty’s Convocation guest lineup for next week. ...

4.16.2018 | Read More

Liberty leaders, faculty, and students meet with U.S. policymakers in D.C.

On Wednesday, faculty and staff members from various departments made a trip to Washington, D.C., to converse with legislators and public servants, and Washington Fellowship students heard from a number of influential speakers. ...

4.12.2018 | Read More

Alumna awarded Fulbright grant to teach English in Spain

Liberty University graduate Katarina Bouton (’17) has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board to teach English in Asturias, Spain. ...

4.12.2018 | Read More

Hockey players share close connection to bus crash victims, hold vigil in their honor

Members of Liberty University’s ACHA Division I men’s hockey team traveled to Canada to attend memorial services and comfort the families of survivors of last Friday’s bus crash that killed 15 Humboldt Broncos players and staff. The Club Sports staff held a prayer vigil and honored the victims this week. ...

4.12.2018 | Read More

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