Liberty News


November 2015

Former student remembered for act of kindness before he died

One good deed by former Liberty University student Matthew Jackson in a grocery store has made an impact far beyond the woman he helped that day. ...

11.30.2015 | Read More

Academic quality of incoming students continues to climb

Liberty University’s 2015 freshman class arrived at Liberty as one of the most well prepared classes in terms of academic aptitude. ...

11.25.2015 | Read More

School of Music receives NASM accreditation

The Liberty University School of Music recently received accreditation from the National Association of Schools of Music, the national accrediting agency for music and music-related disciplines. ...

11.24.2015 | Read More

Student recognized by North Carolina Governor for volunteer efforts

Liberty University freshman Hannah Ireland received the 2015 North Carolina Governor's Award for Community Service on Nov. 18. ...

11.23.2015 | Read More

Military graduates receive degrees at Fort Bragg ceremony

Trading fatigues for graduation regalia, nearly 30 service members received their Liberty University degrees at the Fort Bragg (N.C.) Graduation Ceremony on Thursday. ...

11.20.2015 | Read More

Alumnus, PR exec tells students to protect their name, proclaim God's

Alumnus Mark DeMoss ('84), a leading public relations executive, cautioned Liberty University students in Friday's Convocation to think about how they are branding themselves and, more importantly, how they are reflecting the image of their savior. ...

11.20.2015 | | Read More

Liberty announces plans to build indoor football practice facility

A new indoor football practice facility will allow the Liberty University Flames Football program to cover more ground in its practice time. ...

11.19.2015 | Read More

'America's Rabbi' relays financial wisdom to students

In an upbeat Convocation on Wednesday at Liberty University, author and radio show host Rabbi Daniel Lapin addressed the topic of wealth and the need for money in order to provide for God’s children and the nations. ...

11.18.2015 | | Read More

Broadway playwright inspires students at Faith and Arts Symposium

Christopher Smith, a Broadway playwright and composer, shared his journey to writing and producing an acclaimed musical during a Faith and Arts Symposium on Tuesday night in Liberty University's Tower Theater. ...

11.18.2015 | Read More

Two Debate Team members compete at Oxford University

Two members of Liberty University’s nationally-ranked Debate Team were invited to attend the Oxford Inter-Varsity Debating Competition, Nov. 13-14 in London. ...

11.16.2015 | Read More

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