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Dozens of Liberty University School of Nursing students served the homeless community of Lynchburg on Monday during the most recent Hands and Feet Clinic. ...
By Tobi Walsh/Liberty University News Service
For three weeks in January, graduate student Emily Arneson, who is pursuing her Master of Public Health, worked for Samaritan’s Purse in an emergency field hospital in Northern Iraq. ...
By Tobi Walsh/Liberty University News Service
Students will have an opportunity next week to explore cultures from around the world during Global Focus Week, the university’s biannual conference aimed at raising global awareness. ...
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LU Send Now, Liberty University’s disaster relief initiative, will send 11 students and two staff members to Hattiesburg, Miss., to assist with clean-up efforts following a deadly tornado. ...
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A team of four students and an instructor from the Liberty University School of Aeronautics’ Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) program traveled to Florida last week to provide much needed labor to Missionary Flights International (MFI). ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
A team of 12 students and three staff members will be partnering with Samaritan's Purse to assist with clean up efforts after a powerful storm caused heavy damage in Albany, Ga. this week. ...
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After Liberty University's pledge to match up to $12,500 for Gleaning for the World's Hurricane Matthew relief, donors responded by far exceeding the goal. In all, about $37,500 was raised between Dec. 13-31 to help the people of Lumberton, N.C. ...
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Liberty University’s Department of Studio & Digital Arts (SADA) partnered with LU Serve International and collected over 6,300 art supply items for children in Guatemala during Global Focus Week (Sept. 12-16). ...
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Players and coaches of Liberty University’s Division I men's hockey team are on a 10-day tour of East Asia during spring break this week, where they are competing against international teams on their fourth cultural exchange trip in the past 10 years. ...
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Liberty University's LU Send Now disaster relief program responded to the Flint, Mich., water crisis by deploying a team to join humanitarian organizations in installing water filters in homes and in handing out bottled water. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
Pastor Saeed Abedini, an Iranian-American pastor who spent three-and-a-half years imprisoned for his faith and was released in January, visited Liberty University Convocation on Friday to share His testimony of how God providently used his persecution. ...
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In the wake of destruction and the resulting heartbreak of lost homes from Wednesday’s tornado strike in Appomattox, Va., Liberty University dispatched a team of 23 students on Friday to the nearby community through its LU Send Now disaster relief program. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
A team of six students and three group leaders from Liberty University’s LU Send Now program traveled to Greece for the program’s first international trip Feb. 13- 20. ...
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Liberty University kicked off Global Focus Week in Monday's Convocation as more than 120 international students filed into the Vines Center proudly waving the flags of their home nations to the beat of Chris Tomlin's "How Great is Our God." ...
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Students from Liberty University’s School of Nursing spent part of their winter break (Jan. 2-12) in Rwanda, administering community health training, delivering hygienic supplies, feeding children, and providing medical care. ...
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