Liberty News


January 2013

'Simple Servings' caters to students with allergies and other dietary needs

Simple Servings, a new station at Reber-Thomas Dining Hall, offers minimally processed, tasty food options prepared without gluten or seven of the eight most common food allergens: milk, eggs, soy, tree nuts, peanuts, shellfish, and wheat. ...

1.31.2013 | Read More

Miles McPherson encourages students to be givers, not takers

Pastor and former NFL player Miles McPherson inspired students at Liberty University’s Convocation on Wednesday to have a lifestyle characterized by giving rather than taking. ...

1.30.2013 | | Read More

Trial team wins national ABA competition

The Liberty University School of Law Trial Team was crowned national champions following a unanimous decision over Fordham University in the final round of the American Bar Association Arbitration Competition National Championship in Chicago, Ill., Saturday. ...

1.29.2013 | Read More

Quiz Bowl team wins conference championship

The Liberty University Quiz Bowl team took home its seventh Big South Conference championship in eight years Saturday at Gardner-Webb University, going undefeated for the third-straight year. ...

1.29.2013 | Read More

Huckabee calls believers to take a stand for life, liberty

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee channeled the energy of the Convocation crowd in Liberty University’s Vines Center Monday, issuing a rallying cry to young evangelicals to plant their feet and take a stand for individual rights. ...

1.28.2013 | | Read More

Final steel beam erected on Jerry Falwell Library

Construction on the Jerry Falwell Library hit an important milestone on Monday, as the last steel beam to support the 170,000-square-foot structure was put in place. ...

1.28.2013 | | Read More

New cooking classes kick off healthy habits

This semester, four cooking workshops are being offered every fourth Tuesday, beginning Jan. 29, in the executive dining room at Reber-Thomas Dining Hall. ...

1.25.2013 | | Read More

Faculty talents on display in art exhibition

Liberty University’s Faculty Art Exhibition kicked off Thursday evening showcasing the diverse talents of the faculty of Liberty’s Department of Studio and Digital Arts. ...

1.25.2013 | Read More

Demolition begins on Champion Circle residence halls

Liberty University began demolition Thursday on one of its oldest residence halls, bidding farewell to an important part of its history, but elevating the quality of campus life for students by kicking off a massive housing project that calls for an eight-story high-rise residence tower. ...

1.24.2013 | | Read More

Liberty welcomes longtime friend Franklin Graham to Convocation

Franklin Graham, son of evangelist Billy Graham, spoke in Monday's Convocation on obeying God's call to become fishers of men. ...

1.21.2013 | | Read More

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