Liberty News


February 2013

Alumnus sports Flames hockey jersey in Afghanistan

1st Lt. Jeff Grimes, a U.S. Army chaplain serving in Afghanistan, is not only a counselor and peacemaker, but also a passionate supporter of the Flames’ hockey teams. ...

2.28.2013 | Read More

Liberty named finalist for excellence in social media award

Liberty University was recently named a finalist for a Shorty Award in the "Best BN (Barnes & Noble) College in Social Media" category, the only one that recognizes colleges or universities for their social media efforts. ...

2.27.2013 | Read More

Facility upgrades raise Club Sports program to elite status

Campus facility upgrades have transformed Liberty University in dramatic ways over the past decade, including a major overhaul of the school's Club Sports facilities, paralleling the modernization and expansion of its NCAA programs. ...

2.26.2013 | Read More

Students serve the community on first Love on Lynchburg Day

More than 100 students participated in 17 community service projects throughout the city during Liberty University's first Love On Lynchburg Day on Saturday, Feb. 23. ...

2.25.2013 | | Read More

Proverbs 31 Ministries president shares adoption story

President of Proverbs 31 Ministries Lysa TerKeurst told her inspiring story of God's challenging her to live in true obedience rather than follow a "Christian checklist," during Monday's Convocation at Liberty University. ...

2.25.2013 | | Read More

New baseball stadium opens for first game

Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. threw the ceremonial first pitch in the Flames' new baseball stadium on Saturday, as the crowd of more than 2,500 erupted in cheers, christening the facility and supporting the home team in its first game in its new home. ...

2.23.2013 | Read More

Aeronautics student lands Delta Air Lines internship

Junior Zach Floto, a Liberty University School of Aeronautics student, recently landed a competitive internship at the Delta Air Lines headquarters in Atlanta, Ga. He is one of only three college students chosen from a pool of more than 700 applicants nationwide. ...

2.22.2013 | Read More

New Global Studies chair shares her passion for the world

Liberty University’s Center for Global Engagement recently appointed Melody Harper as its new department chair for the undergraduate Global Studies program. ...

2.22.2013 | Read More

Popular marriage counselors Les and Leslie Parrott visit campus

Relationship expert Les Parrott, accompanied by his wife, Leslie, told students at Liberty University’s Convocation on Wednesday to "revolutionize" their relationships. ...

2.20.2013 | | Read More

Women's hockey team headed to nationals as No. 1 seed

When the final American Collegiate Hockey Association Division I women’s rankings were released Monday night, Liberty University was the near-unanimous choice to stay at No. 1 for the third consecutive poll. ...

2.19.2013 | Read More

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