Liberty News


April 2013

Faculty awarded for demonstrating excellence in teaching

For the past three years, Liberty University has presented the Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching. Recipients are formally honored at Commencement and receive monetary gifts to demonstrate Liberty's strong commitment to outstanding teaching in both the residential and online classrooms. ...

4.30.2013 | Read More

Four music students win first place at NATS

Liberty University School of Music students competed in the National Association of Teachers of Singing state auditions at James Madison University March 1-2 and walked away with four first-place wins and the best overall winner for musical theater. ...

4.30.2013 | Read More

Projects push forward as cooperation grows with local governments

As enrollment figures have climbed in the past decade, strengthening relationships with local governments and businesses has become even more essential to meet the needs of an area that has quickly turned into a thriving college town. ...

4.26.2013 | Read More

Women's basketball team celebrates successful season

Liberty's women's basketball team celebrated another successful season Wednesday night during an annual awards banquet at the Hancock Welcome Center. More than 120 were in attendance, including Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr., who showed his support for the team. ...

4.25.2013 | Read More

Liberty sponsors Clean Commute Challenge

Liberty University is partnering with other local sponsors for the Clean Commute Challenge, a new web-based log designed to encourage residents to bike to work, or to carpool, take transit, or walk one or more days during the month of May. ...

4.25.2013 | Read More

Kristin Lock receives award for outstanding service

Liberty University senior Kristin Lock received this year's Christian/Community Service Volunteer of the Year Award in Wednesday's Convocation for her outstanding contribution and commitment to service in Autism Speaks U (ASU). ...

4.24.2013 | | Read More

Klugh named Rock Royer/Mac Rivera Award winner

Senior women's cross country/track & field standout Jennifer Klugh was honored today at Liberty University's Convocation, as she was named the 2013 Rock Royer/Mac Rivera Award winner, the university's highest athletics honor. ...

4.24.2013 | Read More

Snowflex showcases versatility as off-season training ground

Skiers and snowboarders use the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre as a launching pad for pro careers in the sport, with many expected for this Saturday's Dew Games. ...

4.24.2013 | Read More

Professor appears on National Geographic as expert on Attila's death

National Geographic International recently featured Liberty University professor Dr. Michael Babcock on its show, "Bloody Tales," in an episode on Attila the Hun. ...

4.23.2013 | Read More

Liberty sweeps Big South outdoor track titles

The Flames and Lady Flames swept the Big South Outdoor Track & Field team titles this week on their home track. ...

4.20.2013 | Read More

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