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9.16.2013
Liberty University has launched another arm of its publishing services: Liberty Mountain Publishing, which will specialize in Christian living publications, such as devotionals, self-help/inspirational books, novels, and children’s books. ...
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9.14.2013
USA Today published an article Sept. 14, explaining Liberty University's unprecedented growth and financial strength — what it calls "Jerry Falwell's legacy." ...
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9.13.2013
At Liberty University’s Convocation on Friday, college football coaching legend Bobby Bowden shared his story, imparting life wisdom on the students, laced with a healthy dose of wit and humor. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
9.13.2013
For the first time in its theater history, Liberty University is hosting “Les Misérables,” starting Friday, Sept. 13, and running through Oct. 20. ...
Lena Wakim/Liberty University News Service
9.11.2013
More than 10,000 Liberty University students and faculty prayed for the victims and families affected by the 9/11 attacks 12 years ago during a solemn moment of silence at Convocation on Wednesday. Michael Youssef delivered the Convocation message. ...
By Joshua Tiprigan/Liberty University News Service
9.10.2013
Moody's Investors Service announced on Sept. 9 that it was upgrading Liberty University’s bond rating from A1 to Aa3 with a stable outlook. ...
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9.9.2013
Dr. Paul Fink, 83, a longtime professor at Liberty University School of Religion, died Saturday, Sept. 7 at Lynchburg General Hospital. ...
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9.8.2013
Liberty University students gathered at Camp Hydaway on Saturday to celebrate the grand opening of the facility on nearby Liberty Mountain. ...
By Lena Wakim/Liberty University News Service
9.6.2013
Trail Runner magazine, which promotes off-road running as a way to experience the outdoors and achieve a healthier lifestyle, featured Liberty University staff members and Liberty’s expansive trail system in its September issue. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
8.30.2013
Dr. Gary Isaacs, assistant professor of biology in Liberty University's Department of Biology & Chemistry was recently named a recipient of the 2013-14 Alzheimer's and Related Diseases Research Award Fund (ARDRAF), receiving $40,000 to further his research. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
8.30.2013
Two bachelor's degree programs within the Liberty University School of Engineering & Computational Sciences (SECS) — Computer Engineering and Computer Science — have been accredited by ABET. ...
Liberty University News Service
8.30.2013
Liberty University student Joel Wayne Teague, 37, died from complications from acute myeloid leukemia Saturday, August 24, following an eight-month battle with the disease. ...
Liberty University News Service
8.29.2013
Six-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist and Liberty University alumnus ('88) Toby McKeehan, better known as TobyMac, spent the afternoon on campus Wednesday, exploring facilities and interacting with students. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
8.29.2013
Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources Bill Hazel spoke to Liberty University faculty, staff, and students on Wednesday about the future of health care in Virginia. He was joined by Del. Scott Garrett of Lynchburg. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
8.28.2013
Dr. Elmer L. Towns, who co-founded Liberty with Dr. Jerry Falwell, Sr. in 1971 and has most recently served as dean of the seminary and the School of Religion, is going on sabbatical, effective Thursday, Aug. 29, to write books, travel, and spend time with his family. ...
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