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October 2014

10.30.2014
Liberty University senior Ryan Montalvo earned a first-place award in the afternoon poster session of Saturday's 17th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Chemical and Biological Sciences. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
10.29.2014
The Liberty University Morris Campus Garden's mission is to teach students agricultural principles in order to reach out to the community, and ever since it opened last year, it has been doing just that. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.29.2014
Liberty University recently donated 41 abandoned bicycles to Lynchburg Daily Bread (LDB), a local nonprofit that provides meals to the hungry downtown. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.28.2014
Liberty University Card Services was recently acknowledged in an October article by CR80 News, a prominent news source for the identification industry, for its innovative student ID (Flames Pass) system. ...
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10.27.2014
Students and their families enjoyed several fun-filled activities during the annual Fall Family Weekend, Oct. 24-26, hosted by the Parent and Family Connections Office. During a banquet on Friday, the university recognized its Outstanding Parents of the Year. ...
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10.24.2014
Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly took the stage with his family at Liberty University Convocation on Friday. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
10.24.2014
On Wednesday, Oct. 22, several students from Liberty University's School of Religion and School of Business took the opportunity to tour the Virginia Technical Institute (VTI) in nearby Altavista, where Liberty's Technical Studies students train. ...
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10.24.2014
Liberty University's Career Center hosted a Health Sciences Career fair on Thursday, Oct. 23, in the LaHaye Event Space, connecting students with some major companies in the industry. ...
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10.23.2014
Scaremare, Liberty University's traditional student-run house of fright, has collaborated with the worldwide ministry I Am Second to present the Gospel message in a more relatable way. ...
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10.23.2014
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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10.22.2014
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
10.21.2014
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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10.21.2014
Liberty University students put down their books and grabbed hammers and nails during Habitat for Humanity's annual Blitz Build, Oct. 18-19 in nearby Altavista. ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
10.21.2014
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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10.20.2014
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.
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