Liberty News


May 2014

USA Today lists Liberty among nation's most affordable universities

In a recent article published by USA Today, Liberty University's undergraduate online program is recognized as one of the most affordable in the country based on research provided by The Best Colleges and Online U. ...

5.30.2014 | Read More

Biology team earns top award from Virginia Academy of Science

Liberty University associate professor of biology Dr. Gary Isaacs and four of his students received the J. Shelton Horsley award at the Virginia Academy of Science’s Annual Meeting on May 16 at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va. ...

5.29.2014 | Read More

Flames Baseball to face Arkansas in NCAA Regional opener Friday

Liberty University's baseball team received its first-ever at-large bid to an NCAA Regional bracket facing second-seeded University of Arkansas on Friday at 7 p.m. in Charlottesville, Va. ...

5.27.2014 | Read More

Sounds of Liberty performs Memorial Day tribute on 'Huckabee'

The Sounds of Liberty ministry team performed on FOX News' 'Huckabee' on Sunday, May 25. ...

5.26.2014 | Read More

School of Aeronautics shows visitors that 'Women Can Fly'

More than 50 Liberty University administrators, student pilots, flight instructors, and other volunteers helped make the second annual event at the Freedom Aviation Jet Center a success, offering 132 visitors free flights on Saturday. ...

5.24.2014 | Read More

Liberty mourns death of aeronautics student

Liberty University student Daniel Stephen Christensen, of Amherst, Va., died Wednesday, May 21, from injuries he sustained in an automobile accident on his way to class Tuesday morning. ...

5.23.2014 | Read More

Shakespeare production to showcase new Jerry Falwell Library

All the world's a stage, and Liberty University is being transformed into one, too, for this the May 22-28 Summer Shakespeare production of "As You Like It" in the new Jerry Falwell Library. ...

5.22.2014 | Read More

School of Law celebrates its first alumnus to become a judge

Will Roach II, a member of Liberty University School of Law’s inaugural graduating class in 2007, was elected General Sessions Judge for Jefferson County, Tenn., in the May 6 Republican Primary. ...

5.21.2014 | Read More

Liberty flight team places fifth at NIFA nationals, pilot gleans top honor

Zach Floto, who graduated from Liberty University's School of Aeronautics on May 10, earned the National Top Pilot Award and 2013 graduate James Curry, a Certified Flight Instructor at Liberty, placed third out of more than 300 participants from 28 schools. ...

5.20.2014 | Read More

Liberty to host 'Women Can Fly' event Saturday at Freedom Aviation

Liberty University's School of Aeronautics expects an even larger turnout than last year for the second annual exposition, with free flights, tours, and simulator rides available to women of all ages from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Lynchburg Regional Airport facility.

5.20.2014 | Read More

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