Alumni News

UPDATE: Liberty alumnus Brandon Fleming makes Forbes Magazine's '30 under 30' list

Brandon Fleming ('13), who leveraged his own success to create countless more stories like his through the Harvard Debate Council Diversity Project, is honored on the Forbes Magazine's prestigious '30 under 30' list for 2020. ...

12.13.2019 | Read More

Club Sports Hall of Fame inducts four new members in sixth class

Men’s lacrosse attack Kurt Tobias, men’s hockey forward and Assistant Coach Jeff Lowes, gymnast and Head Coach Rachel (Steele) Harrison, and women’s hockey forward Sarah Stevenson, the first posthumous inductee, were honored Saturday. ...

12.9.2019 | Read More

Liberty Law graduate marks historic win at Washington Supreme Court

Winning a unanimous decision from a state supreme court is an accomplishment that many attorneys never attain, but for Liberty University School of Law graduate Sydney Phillips ('18), this milestone occurred in her first year of practice. ...

12.4.2019 | Read More

Alumni celebrate history, make new memories over Homecoming Weekend

Liberty University welcomed alumni and other members of the Liberty family to campus to remember the school's past and enjoy a wide range of festivities that highlighted the present successes of its programs. ...

10.21.2019 | | Read More

Alumni invited to make more campus memories at special Homecoming festivities this weekend

Liberty University invites the Flames of the past to join those of the present in celebrating the history of the university during Homecoming 2019, Oct. 18-19. ...

10.15.2019 | Read More

Alumna battling cancer speaks publicly about her gratitude for Right to Try Act

Liberty University alumna Natalie Harp has been an outspoken supporter of the Right to Try Act, signed into law by President Donald Trump in May 2018. She recently had the opportunity to thank the president personally for giving her lifesaving hope in her battle with cancer. ...

6.29.2019 | Read More

Update: Liberty student beats the course on TV's American Ninja Warrior Challenge

Josiah Singleton, who earned his B.S. in Youth Ministries in May and will begin his M.Div. in Biblical Studies this fall, made it to the end of the course during the show that aired on Wednesday, June 5, on NBC, to advance to the Atlanta finals. ...

6.5.2019 | | Read More

Alumna uses history degree to honor veterans

Liberty University alumna Maggie Mitchell (’13, ’15) shares her love for history in her role at the National D-Day Memorial and is also active in leading an area veterans organization. ...

5.30.2019 | Read More

Graduate honors father’s memory with martial arts success, LU degree

Tykeyah Henderson made two promises to her father, Arthur, before he died in February 2015: to win a national title in taekwondo and to earn her bachelor’s degree. ...

5.16.2019 | | Read More

Knocked down, not out: Graduate overcomes brain injury to earn degree

Despite being told she would never be able to live without assisted care, much less finish a master's degree, Caitlin Campbell overcame a traumatic brain injury and graduated with her M.Div. ...

5.15.2019 | | Read More

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