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Liberty University's School of Music will perform "I Pagliacci" (The Clowns), a fast-paced Italian opera translated into English, at the Tower Theater, Jan. 15-19. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
Students showcased their skills late Friday night in front of a record-breaking audience at the annual Christmas Coffeehouse, hosted by Student Activities. ...
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Liberty University kicked off the holiday season in front of Demoss Hall on Tuesday night with Student Activities' fifth annual Christmas in Lights celebration, drawing a crowd of about 1,000 students. ...
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As bins began to overflow with food donations at Liberty's Center for Ministry Training (CMT) earlier this week, staff scrambled to find room for the surprising avalanche of goodwill. ...
By Mitzi Bible/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University kicked off the Christmas season early with an advance screening of Kirk Cameron's "Saving Christmas" on Saturday. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
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. ...
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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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Liberty's Washington Fellowship is one of the largest internship programs of its kind. Every spring, summer, and fall, about 25 students from varying degree programs live on Capitol Hill while taking classes and working at a competitive internship in their field. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
In its latest production, "A Man For All Seasons," Liberty University's Department of Theatre Arts takes audiences back in time to 16th century England for the true story of courage and conviction shown by Chancellor of England, Sir Thomas More. ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
This past weekend, Liberty University’s women’s softball team offered a free softball clinic and shared the Gospel with young female athletes from the Rustburg Dixie Youth Softball League in nearby Campbell County. ...
By Alex Kocman/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University's Farmer's Market is now open every Thursday from 3:30-6 p.m. through Nov. 13, selling produce from local farmers, community vendors, and Liberty's own Morris Campus Garden. ...
By Alex Kocman/Liberty University News Service
This summer, Liberty University added a new custom-built 24-inch telescope to its Astronomical Observatory on Liberty Mountain. ...
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Comic book artist Sergio Cariello visited Liberty University last week to launch an exhibition of his illustrations for the community and share his testimony as a Christian illustrator working with comic giants Marvel and DC Comics. ...
By Alex Kocman/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University opened the doors to its new Event Space at the LaHaye Student Union in Green Hall this semester, making way for additional Student Activities and providing a personal setting for guests. ...
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On Thursday, 13 years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Liberty University students, along with staff and faculty, joined hands in prayer for the families of the victims. ...
By Alex Kocman/Liberty University News Service
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