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October 2011

'Full House' actress shares her testimony

Actress Candace Cameron Bure, most known for her role as D.J. Tanner on the television series Full House, told Liberty University students on Friday that she was ...

10.28.2011 | Read More

Students recognized for disaster relief efforts in New York

During Friday’s convocation, the 305 Liberty University students who helped clean up neighborhoods damaged by floods from Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee in New York were honored for their hard work. ...

10.28.2011 | Read More

Former Super Bowl champion Don Davis to speak Nov. 1

Don Davis, two-time Super Bowl champion, will be speaking at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1 at Liberty University’s Williams Stadium. ...

10.27.2011 | Read More

City Council approves new voting precinct

Starting next year, Liberty students who are registered to vote in Lynchburg will be able to vote on campus. ...

10.26.2011 | Read More

Avery Warley plays for USA Basketball

Liberty University redshirt senior center Avery Warley was selected to the 2011 USA Basketball Pan American Games Team, which competed Oct. 21-25 ...

10.25.2011 | Read More

Pedestrian tunnel begins finishing stage

Liberty University Chancellor and President Falwell, Jr. was on hand today to mark the end to primary excavation work on a new pedestrian tunnel ...

10.25.2011 | Read More

Graduate School of Business named for longtime supporters

Liberty University is naming its Graduate School of Business the A.W. and Lois Overton Graduate School of Business, after longtime supporters who played a significant role in Liberty’s history. ...

10.24.2011 | Read More

Women's hockey team defeats No. 1 Michigan State

While Liberty University’s women’s hockey team beat defending ACHA champions Michigan State Saturday, Coach Paul Bloomfield has his eye on the road ahead. ...

10.24.2011 | Read More

Kyle Maynard gives 'No Excuses' speech

Athlete, author and young entrepreneur Kyle Maynard delivered a powerful message to Liberty University students on Friday to make “no excuses” for their difficulties in life. ...

10.21.2011 | Read More

Scaremare is largest event of its kind in the Southeast

Almost as old as the university itself, Liberty’s Scaremare is attracting record crowds and has grown to become one of the largest events of its kind in the Southeast. ...

10.21.2011 | | Read More

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