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For 32 Liberty University students living and working in Washington, D.C., through the Washington Fellowship this semester, a Tuesday afternoon event held at the Library of Congress was a chance for them to hear from leading legislators about their career experience. ...
By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service
A group of Liberty students gathered deep in the woods near the Hydaway Outdoor Recreation Center Saturday to uncover bones, collect insects, and dig around for other evidence as part of a simulated crime scene hosted by the Forensic Science Residential Program. ...
By Will Young/Liberty University News Service
The Big South Undergraduate Research Symposium (BigSURS) is coming to Liberty University in April 2018, bringing together a number of institutions to showcase student research and scholarship in various fields of study. ...
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As part of Liberty University’s Global Focus Week, approximately 400 students packed out the auditorium in the Center for Natural Sciences for a special showing of the Samaritan’s Purse film “Facing Darkness” on Tuesday night. ...
By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University Master of Fine Arts student Adara Jensen spent her past summer helping to set up a Christian-inspired art gallery in the Middle East. ...
By Will Young/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University’s sixth-annual Cinematic Arts, Zaki Gordon Center Premiere Weekend will once again bring audiences screenings of fresh, entertaining films many of which have yet to be released to the public. ...
By Victoria Conner/Liberty University News Service
"Extraordinary," produced by the Liberty University Cinematic Arts, Zaki Gordon Center and Working Title Agency, will release in more than 400 select theaters nationwide, including in Lynchburg, Va., for a one-night premiere through Fathom Events on Thursday, Sept. 7, at 7 p.m. ...
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On Monday, Liberty University’s DeMoss Hall rooftop patio was transformed into a viewing station on the frontlines of history as students, faculty, staff, and members of the Lynchburg community came out to see the Great American Eclipse. ...
By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service
Dr. Ron Hawkins helped lead Liberty University through some of its darkest times. He has mixed emotions about his pending transition. ...
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All it took was a Facebook video to ignite the passion of Liberty University senior Family & Consumer Sciences student Sofia Johnson to help the women of Haiti. ...
By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service
Summer may be coming to a close for many students in the Lynchburg community, but that did not stop 35 rising sixth- and seventh-graders from participating in the Liberty University School of Engineering Energy & Curiosity Camp. ...
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Liberty University’s upcoming theater season brings an eclectic showcase like never before. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
Despite a busy day on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, a U.S. senator and several congressional leaders took time to speak to more than 50 Liberty University students, alumni, faculty, and staff during a reception held in the Cannon House Office Building. ...
By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service
Three undergraduate students are taking part in a study this summer in hopes that their research leads to discoveries about the acai berry’s power to battle multiple health problems. The ongoing research project is being funded by the National Institutes of Health. ...
By Amelia Whittaker/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University hosted a weeklong conducting intensive this week, led by Dr. Timothy Sharp, executive director of the American Choral Directors Association. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
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