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During Monday’s Convocation, students got to see a familiar face from the silver screen as Sean Astin shared some life wisdom before joining colleagues from his upcoming film, “Woodlawn,” for a Q & A. ...
Liberty University News Service
Liberty University kicked off its Fall Family Weekend during Friday morning’s Convocation, featuring Korie and Sadie Robertson of A&E’s reality television series “Duck Dynasty.” ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University held a special tribute to the victims and heroes of Sept. 11, 2001, during Friday’s Convocation, which also featured speeches from former Ethiopian Prime Minister Tamrat Layne, President Jerry Falwell, and Rev. Jonathan Falwell. ...
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As part of Global Focus Week, David Platt, president of the International Mission Board (IMB), poured out an emotional Convocation message, pleading with the packed arena of students to rethink their priorities as Christians. ...
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In Friday’s Convocation, the university announced the formation of LU Send Now, a disaster relief arm of the new student travel office, LU Send. ...
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An energetic incoming class of Liberty University students, one of the largest to date, joined thousands of their classmates in the Vines Center on Wednesday morning for the first Convocation of the academic year, featuring David Crowder. ...
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Dr. Steven Keith (Chap. Col. USAF Ret.), director for the Liberty University Center for Chaplaincy in the School of Divinity, served with Operation Heal Our Patriots, a Samaritan’s Purse initiative, from July 4- July 31. ...
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Two Liberty University School of Business faculty members spent part of the summer sharing their expertise with overseas nonprofit organizations. ...
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A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 14, celebrated the opening of the Liberty Mountain Medical Group (LMMG), a new Lynchburg primary care medical clinic on Wards Road in the K-Mart shopping center. ...
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About 40 staff members from Liberty University’s Dean of Students Office volunteered on Tuesday at Heritage Elementary School, helping the custodial staff prepare the school for the fall. ...
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Hannah Kauffman, a rising Liberty University sophomore studying graphic design, recently gave back to a children’s hospital where she received extensive treatment when she was young by donating a work of art that she created with patients in mind. ...
By Jenny Kujawski/Liberty University News Service
During the summer months, Liberty University students have the opportunity to apply what they have learned through classes in Adventure Leadership and Outdoor Ministry (ALOM) at camps across the country. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
Less than a year since opening its doors, Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM), in cooperation with Central Virginia Family Physicians (CVFP), will open a community care clinic designed to serve greater Lynchburg (Va.) in July. ...
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A generous gift has brought a piece of Liberty University history to campus as Don Wyrtzen, a prolific composer, donated the original manuscripts and orchestrations of “I Love America” to the School of Music this week. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
In the wake of turmoil in Baltimore, a team of nine Liberty University students, staff, and alumni spent Sunday and Monday helping a local church provide aid to the community. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
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