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High school aviation program helps students earn their wings early, jumpstarts careers

Liberty University’s New Horizons High School Aviation Program launched last summer to help high schoolers interested in the industry get an early start. ...

6.22.2017 | | Read More

Bringing History to Life: Award-winning graduate shows WWI through a fresh lens

For recent Liberty University graduate Becky Barker, it wasn’t enough to trudge through World War I trenches deep in the pages of history books — she was so captivated by the stories that she brought them to life on film in the forests surrounding Lynchburg. ...

6.16.2017 | Read More

Hollywood Roman armor on display at Liberty’s Biblical Museum

Liberty University’s Biblical Museum now features a unique exhibit straight from Hollywood. The museum recently added a Roman soldier’s armor costume that was used in several 1950s films, including, “Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ.” ...

6.15.2017 | Read More

Liberty Belles to champion women in aviation at annual Air Race Classic

Five female aviation students and graduate instructors from Liberty University’s School of Aeronautics will help show the world next week that there is no glass ceiling — indeed, the sky is the limit — for women in a profession still dominated by men. ...

6.15.2017 | Read More

Graduate receives diploma during surprise ceremony at Virginia military base

When Vicki Russ attended the retirement ceremony of her husband, Lt. Col. Micheal Russ, at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., she noticed one person in the room who she didn’t recognize. ...

6.14.2017 | Read More

Monopoly-inspired design project wins LU grad gold in national ad competition

Recent Liberty University graduate Hannah Pinkie won gold at nationals in the AAF Student American Advertising Awards competition for her museum exhibition design project inspired by the board game Monopoly. ...

6.13.2017 | | Read More

Student-driven film about professor's legacy puts Liberty on the big screen

Tickets are now on sale for the feature film “Extraordinary,” which tells the story of LU exercise science professor and ultra-running legend David Horton. It will be the first student-driven film in the country to have a nationwide theatrical release. ...

6.13.2017 | | Read More

Professor to lead Israel tour, plans return trip to site of Dead Sea Scrolls cave discovery

Distinguished Research Professor Dr. Randall Price is returning to Israel this week to lead students on a two-week study tour. He will also spend time surveying caves where recent discoveries were made related to the Dead Sea Scrolls. ...

6.8.2017 | Read More

Class of 2017 sees first graduates from new degree programs

Several members of Liberty University’s Class of 2017 had the honor of becoming the first graduates to receive degrees from the university’s newest academic programs. ...

5.26.2017 | Read More

Original dramedy ‘Stand Partners’ christens new Box Theater

Liberty University’s new Box Theater will be unveiled this week as the Department of Theatre Arts showcases the winner of its inaugural playwriting competition, “Stand Partners” by Sean Gaffney. ...

5.25.2017 | Read More

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