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August 2010

Chancellor, students play role in Restoring Honor rally in D.C.

Hours before sunrise Saturday, 250 Liberty students began the trek to Washington, D.C. aboard five tour buses to attend “Restoring Honor,” a peaceful but powerful rally that called all Americans to return to the principles that made our country great — faith, hope and charity. ...

8.28.2010 | Read More

Students welcomed to campus with news of exciting improvements

Classes started on Monday, but Convocation on Wednesday morning officially kicked off the Fall 2010 semester. ...

8.25.2010 | Read More

Curtain raised on new Tower Theater

An open house was held at the new Tower Theater at Liberty University Wednesday, giving students and the local press a chance to view the $7 million project. ...

8.25.2010 | Read More

New students get taste of Flames football at Chancellor's Cookout

Liberty University hosted its annual Chancellor's Cookout Friday evening inside Williams Stadium. The new student body was served a meal and was able to watch the last full workout of Liberty's football training camp. ...

8.21.2010 | Read More

Community fair welcomes students

Despite the heat, humidity and an afternoon downpour, incoming freshmen and their families descended upon campus Wednesday to check out their new surroundings and meet new classmates. Most made their way to the Vines Center for the annual Community Fair hosted by Liberty’s Career Center.

8.19.2010 | Read More

LibertyFlames.com gets a makeover

Today, LibertyFlames.com, the official website of the Liberty University Athletics department, sports a new look after a yearlong renovation - the second overhaul to the website since its debut in 2004

8.19.2010 | Read More

LU Online ranked No. 1 in industry study

LU Online receives a first-place ranking by MyCollegesandCareers.com ...

8.18.2010 | Read More

Flight simulators debut at School of Aeronautics

Students at Liberty University’s School of Aeronautics can now receive flight training without even leaving the ground. The school recently introduced the Redbird FMX flight trainer to the aviation program and the Flyit Helicopter Simulator to its helicopter training program. ...

8.18.2010 | Read More

Online scholarship auction winner arrives on campus

For freshman David Ireland from Woodland, Texas, attending Liberty allows him to earn a college degree while supporting a good cause. He was the winner of the online charity auction for a four-year residential scholarship to Liberty University. ...

8.18.2010 | Read More

Liberty mourns loss of education professor

Hearts are aching at Liberty University today as the school mourns the loss of Dr. Jill Jones, associate professor of Graduate Education for the School of Education. Jones, 41, and her 16-year-old son Nicholas were killed Sunday in a car crash in Roanoke County, Va. ...

8.9.2010 | Read More

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