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May 2015

LFSN 'Game On' show wins College Sports Media Award

The Liberty Flames Sports Network's Signing Day Special, aired live on the Feb. 5 edition of “Game On,” Liberty University's daily television sports show, was recognized as an award winner at Thursday night’s 2015 College Sports Media Awards in Atlanta. ...

5.29.2015 | Read More

Public invited to enjoy recreational opportunities on campus this summer

Though many Liberty University students are away for the summer, there are still many activities and facilities on campus that will remain open to the public. ...

5.29.2015 | Read More

Five new members selected for Liberty Athletics Hall of Fame

The seventh class of inductees includes Eric Green (football, 1985-89), Mike Hatch (wrestling, 1984-87), Katie (Feenstra) Mattera (women’s basketball, 2002-05), Sam Rutigliano (football coach, 1989-99) and Pat Sipe (baseball, 1983-86). ...

5.28.2015 | Read More

Students reap top honors from Virginia Academy of Science

Abigail Lenz received Liberty's first graduate student award at the Virginia Academy of Science's Annual Meeting last weekend. Amanda Hazy won best undergraduate oral presentation, and John Arza and Nate McGilvary received an honorable mention for their poster. ...

5.27.2015 | Read More

Liberty University set to close fall enrollment as demand grows

Liberty University's rapid growth has made headlines across the country, and now with its on-campus enrollment expected to hit a record this fall, there is further proof that the growth continues. ...

5.27.2015 | Read More

School of Aeronautics to take part in upcoming community events

Liberty University’s School of Aeronautics is participating in two free community events this Saturday and June 13 at Freedom Aviation, the Fixed-Base Operator at Lynchburg Regional Airport. ...

5.27.2015 | Read More

LaHaye Ice Center expansion taking shape

The 10-month project, started in March, is being completed by Lynchburg's Glass & Associates, Inc., the same company that built the original structure in 2005 and the Hancock Welcome Center in 2012 before expanding the LaHaye Student Union last year. ...

5.22.2015 | | Read More

Composer donates historic music orchestrations to Liberty

A generous gift has brought a piece of Liberty University history to campus as Don Wyrtzen, a prolific composer, donated the original manuscripts and orchestrations of “I Love America” to the School of Music this week. ...

5.22.2015 | Read More

'King Lear' gives viewers a unique look at the Shakespeare classic

Liberty University’s Department of Theatre Arts will pull audiences into “King Lear,” the woeful tale of mortality, betrayal, madness, and the human condition, as it presents the great Shakespearean tragedy from a unique vantage point — the stage itself. ...

5.19.2015 | Read More

University-owned hotel receives major upgrade

A Liberty University-owned hotel on Candlers Mountain Road was recently remodeled and officially became the Fairfield Inn & Suites on Monday, May 18. ...

5.19.2015 | Read More

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