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Students celebrate 2000s nostalgia at Spring Coffeehouse

Students packed into the Liberty University Vines Center late Saturday night for Spring Coffeehouse, which celebrated icons and pop culture of the 2000s. ...

3.27.2017 | Read More

With their music, folk duo Johnnyswim inspires students to spread love

Folksy pop duo Johnnyswim made a side stop on their national tour to perform for students at Liberty University Convocation on Friday. ...

3.24.2017 | | Read More

Spring adventure trips take students into the great outdoors

Liberty University’s Outdoor Recreation department is encouraging students to get outside on one of its many day and overnight trips scheduled this semester. ...

3.24.2017 | Read More

Classic comedy ‘She Stoops to Conquer’ brings laughs and romance to Tower Theater

Silliness, romance, and hilarious schemes are the key ingredients in the Liberty University Department of Theatre Arts’ upcoming production, “She Stoops to Conquer” opening March 24 at Tower Theater. ...

3.24.2017 | Read More

Liberty students travel to D.C. for Supreme Court nominee hearing

More than 90 Liberty University students traveled to Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to show their support for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch on the second day of his Senate hearings. ...

3.22.2017 | | Read More

Cancer survivor serves with Children's Miracle Network, runs 'victory lap' at Disney race

Liberty University student Katie Karp celebrated six years cancer free last month at the Disney Princess Half-Marathon where she served as an ambassador for Children's Miracle Network. ...

3.16.2017 | | Read More

Students will engage the nations during spring break trips

From Central America to Europe and the Middle East, 174 Liberty University students will be traveling around the world during their spring break next week. ...

3.10.2017 | Read More

Lynchburg named one of best well-being communities in U.S.

The City of Lynchburg has been ranked as one of the top 10 communities with the highest well-being by the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. ...

3.9.2017 | Read More

Nursing students serve those in need by washing hands and feet at Salvation Army shelter

Dozens of Liberty University School of Nursing students served the homeless community of Lynchburg on Monday during the most recent Hands and Feet Clinic. ...

3.7.2017 | Read More

Graduate student shares experience of serving Iraqi people in field hospital

For three weeks in January, graduate student Emily Arneson, who is pursuing her Master of Public Health, worked for Samaritan’s Purse in an emergency field hospital in Northern Iraq. ...

2.27.2017 | Read More

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