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November 2014

Flames advance to second round after win over JMU

The Flames' 26-21 win over James Madison on Saturday at Bridgeforth Stadium secured Liberty University's first-ever postseason victory in program history. ...

11.29.2014 | Read More

Economic impact of university on community is wide-reaching

As its more than 7,000-acre campus continues to thrive, Liberty University’s economic value to the greater Lynchburg area has increased exponentially, according to a recenty study by Mangum Economic Consulting LLC, based in Richmond, Va. ...

11.26.2014 | Read More

Prayer chapel renovations complete

Recent repairs and renovations have been made to the prayer chapel to better accommodate students as well as future brides and grooms. Special care was taken to preserve its history and retain its quaint, intimate setting. ...

11.25.2014 | Read More

Liberty recognized among most military friendly schools

Liberty University was ranked No. 6 among online and nontraditional colleges in the 2015 Best for Vets listing by Military Times Edge. ...

11.24.2014 | Read More

Flames claim Big South title, will head to playoffs for first time

The Liberty Flames are headed to the NCAA FCS Playoffs for the first time following Saturday's 15-14 victory over No. 2/1 Coastal Carolina at Brooks Stadium. ...

11.22.2014 | Read More

Conservative leader Allen West addresses students at YAF event

Former member of the House of Representatives and retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Allen West visited Liberty University on Tuesday, Nov. 18, and challenged students to become Champions for Christ and their country. ...

11.19.2014 | Read More

Liberty lights up the season at annual Christmas event

Liberty University kicked off the holiday season in front of Demoss Hall on Tuesday night with Student Activities' fifth annual Christmas in Lights celebration, drawing a crowd of about 1,000 students. ...

11.19.2014 | | Read More

Marching Band performs at large event in Georgia Dome

Liberty University's Spirit of the Mountain Marching Band had the honor of performing at the Georgia Dome on Nov. 1 as an exhibition during the Bands of America (BOA) Super Regional Championships in Atlanta. ...

11.19.2014 | Read More

School of Religion experiences tremendous growth over past year

A year after assuming the role of dean of Liberty University's School of Religion (SOR), Dr. Ed Hindson is already seeing the fulfillment of his vision. ...

11.18.2014 | Read More

Rise in applications earns Liberty 'most popular' ranking in U.S.

Liberty University has recently been named the most popular university based on admissions applications, by Mic, a news website geared toward young people.

11.18.2014 | Read More

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