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Liberty mourns loss of Dr. Tim LaHaye, former board member and generous supporter

Dr. Tim LaHaye, a longtime supporter and former Board of Trustees member of Liberty University, died early on Monday, July 25, just days after suffering a stroke. ...

7.25.2016 | Read More

Variety of shows highlight Liberty's fall concert schedule

The year’s concert schedule will feature big-name artists including Relient K, Switchfoot, and NEEDTOBREATHE. ...

7.25.2016 | Read More

Commonwealth Games brings thousands of athletes to campus

Competitors flocked to Liberty University’s campus as the Virginia Commonwealth Games kicked off its Games Weekend on Friday. ...

7.22.2016 | Read More

Beach volleyball, figure skating student-athletes headed to nationals

Eight student-athletes from two Liberty University Club Sports teams will compete in national championships over the next two weekends in California and Colorado. ...

7.22.2016 | Read More

GenCyber campers train for success in digital combat

The School of Engineering & Computational Sciences hosted its first cybersecurity camp this week. ...

7.21.2016 | Read More

Theatre student volunteers with special needs community program

This summer, rising Liberty University sophomore Maria Reginaldi spent two weeks volunteering with the Community Theatre of Greensboro's Onstage and Inclusive program, which gives special needs performers the opportunity to showcase their talents on stage. ...

7.21.2016 | Read More

Liberty Law takes fifth-place honors in world negotiation competition

Liberty University School of Law represented the U.S. in the International Negotiation Competition in Switzerland and captured a fifth-place finish out of 21 countries invited to compete in this annual world competition. ...

7.19.2016 | Read More

Liberty welcomes Scott Jackson as new head baseball coach

Liberty University held a welcoming press conference for its new head baseball coach, Scott Jackson, in the Liberty Baseball Stadium Team Room. ...

7.18.2016 | Read More

Dean of Students Office organizes field day for disabled residents

Staff members from the Liberty University Dean of Students Office organized and ran a field day for disabled adults in partnership with the Central Virginia Training Center (CVTC) on Tuesday, July 12. ...

7.15.2016 | Read More

Greece trip provides training on caring for sex trafficking victims

Students from Liberty University’s Department of Psychology and Department of Social Work left for Athens, Greece, on Saturday, July 10. While in Greece, the team of 31 students has been working to help sex trafficking victims. ...

7.15.2016 | Read More

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