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Two pairs of Liberty University students received $500 research grants for their presentations of studies related to Alzheimer’s Disease during the Virginia Academy of Science’s Fall Undergraduate Meeting held Oct. 18 at Virginia State University. ...
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Pastor and author Leith Anderson challenged students in Wednesday's Convocation to glorify God in every aspect of their lives, never compromising their values to cater to societal trends, just as early Christians had to stand for their faith when facing a pagan culture. ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
In Monday's Convocation, Liberty University Senior Vice President for Spiritual Development David Nasser outlined changes that he believes will keep Convocation fresh and interesting. President Jerry Falwell voiced his support. ...
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Liberty University's Cinematic Arts, Zaki Gordon Center will host its third-annual Open Casting Call on Oct. 25, 2014, on campus, across from the LaHaye Ice Center on University Blvd. ...
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Liberty University President Jerry Falwell announced Monday that Dr. Ronald Godwin will be retiring at the end of this month. ...
Liberty University News Service
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell announced the resignation of Liberty University School of Law Dean Mathew Staver on Monday. ...
Liberty University News Service
Liberty University faculty gathered in the new LaHaye Event Space on Monday and hundreds more watched a live stream broadcast for the semi-annual All-Faculty Meeting.
Liberty University News Service
Liberty's Washington Fellowship is one of the largest internship programs of its kind. Every spring, summer, and fall, about 25 students from varying degree programs live on Capitol Hill while taking classes and working at a competitive internship in their field. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
In its latest production, "A Man For All Seasons," Liberty University's Department of Theatre Arts takes audiences back in time to 16th century England for the true story of courage and conviction shown by Chancellor of England, Sir Thomas More. ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
Christine Caine, founder of The A21 Campaign, is partnering with Liberty University for her new initiative, Propel, designed to equip and encourage women for leadership. Caine will be visiting Liberty University Jan. 26-30, 2015, to launch the initiative. ...
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