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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
Students at Liberty University’s School of Communication & Creative Arts are pioneering the digital art of storytelling using virtual reality in a pilot course led by Kam Diba, founder and president of Reverge. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University now holds 10 Quiz Bowl Big South Conference Championship crowns after sweeping the competition Saturday at Radford University. ...
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
Last week, 20 Liberty University financial planning students attended the annual Kingdom Advisors Conference in Orlando, Fla., the largest gathering of Christian financial professionals in the nation. ...
By Colin Schwager/Liberty University News Service
Movie producer Dr. Phil Cooke and his wife, Kathleen, co-founders of Cooke Pictures, visited the Liberty University School of Communication & Creative Arts (SCCA) and shared practical tips for success in a storytelling career, across a number of mediums. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
A team of six Liberty University faculty members and students led by Dr. Randall Price were part of the first discovery related to the Dead Sea Scrolls in 60 years. ...
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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Last week, Liberty University junior Stefany Orellana talked to the Virginia House of Delegates’ Science and Technology Committee about the importance of undergraduate research. She was one of only three students invited to speak to the committee. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
After 15 years in local, state, and national government, former U.S. Congressman Robert Hurt (Virginia’s 5th District) has joined Liberty University to head up the new Center for Law & Government, in concert with the Helms School of Government and School of Law. ...
By Len Stevens/Liberty University External Communications
Staff from Liberty University's Financial Aid Office, along with seven students met with their local state representatives in Richmond, Va. to talk about the Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant (VTAG). ...
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In the foundation of a building in the biblical city of Gezer, Dr. Chet Roden and his colleagues discovered a treasure trove of silver and gold relics that were wrapped in linen inside a small piece of lidded pottery dating back to 1700-1500 B.C. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
In one of the most competitive financial business markets, Manhattan in New York City, Liberty University junior Connor Carew has landed an enviable position at an elite asset management firm, even before completing his college degree. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
The 36th annual competition had entries from more than 3,000 amateur photographers with 11,000 photographs entered. Five of the finalists were either current students or recent graduates from Liberty's Studio & Digital Arts Department. ...
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Students in the School of Aeronautics’ Professional Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Operator program, are training not only to gain experience flying cutting-edge unmanned aircraft, but also to instruct other students in flying as well. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
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