Liberty News

Past Months

February 2015

Men's Track & Field wins 18th-straight Big South title, women place 2nd

For the 18th consecutive year, Liberty took home the men's team title at the 2015 Big South Indoor Track & Field Championships. The Lady Flames finished as runner-up for the third year in a row. ...

2.27.2015 | Read More

Students experience a night in New York City at dining hall event

Liberty University’s Reber-Thomas Dining Hall was transformed into New York City on Thursday night as part of a “staycation” event hosted by Sodexo, the university’s dining services provider. ...

2.27.2015 | | Read More

Plans unveiled for major LaHaye Ice Center expansion

Liberty University's LaHaye Ice Center, home to the men's and women's hockey teams and figure skating and synchronized skating teams, will undergo a major renovation, scheduled to start March 15 and be completed by the beginning of the Spring 2016 semester. ...

2.26.2015 | Read More

Journalist Annie Murphy Paul shares early-learning insights

Prominent journalist Annie Murphy Paul shared her personal research on fetal development and learning with Liberty University students during Wednesday’s Convocation. ...

2.25.2015 | | Read More

Students network with church planters during conference

More than 35 ministries from around the country are connecting with Liberty University students of all majors as they participate in the eighth annual Church Planting Conference, hosted by the Center for Ministry Training (CMT), Feb. 24-25. ...

2.24.2015 | Read More

Strong turnout reported for recent bone marrow registry drive

More than 600 students, faculty, and staff attended a Be The Match Bone Marrow Registry Drive hosted by Liberty University’s Center for Academic Support & Advising Services (CASAS) and Math Emporium on Friday, Feb. 20. ...

2.23.2015 | Read More

Comedian Brad Stine stirs up laughter and a desire to pursue God

Liberty University students enjoyed a lighthearted Convocation on Monday, as comedian and author Brad Stine utilized play and perspective to encourage them in their faith. ...

2.23.2015 | Read More

Tower Theater takes guests to World War II era 'South Pacific'

Liberty University’s Department of Theatre Arts welcomes Rodgers and Hammerstein’s production “South Pacific” to the Tower Theater stage for the first time on Friday, Feb. 20. ...

2.20.2015 | Read More

Liberty Women's Basketball rises to No. 14 in Mid-Major rankings

Fresh off wrapping up its 15th Big South regular-season title and the No. 1 seed for the conference tournament, Liberty University's women's basketball team has climbed to a season-best No. 14 in the CollegeInsider.com Women's Mid-Major Top 25. ...

2.18.2015 | Read More

TV and radio host Sean Hannity asks students to be bold and fix our nation

FOX News personality and radio host Sean Hannity issued a challenge for “the future leaders of America,” to “dig deep” within themselves, to find their passion and channel it through their faith in order to alter the destructive course that our country is on. ...

2.18.2015 | Read More

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