Alumni News

Liberty Dining to follow COVID-19 regulations while working to give students stellar dining experience this fall

As Liberty University prepares for the Fall 2020 semester to begin next month, its Sodexo dining services team has been hard at work to ensure that students are afforded the best dining experience possible while abiding by COVID-19 regulations. ....

7.24.2020 | Read More

School of Music student finishes in Top 10 of Broadway vocal competition

Liberty University School of Music rising sophomore Caroline Segars was announced as a Top 10 finalist in the Next On-Stage competition hosted by Broadway World. ...

6.26.2020 | Read More

Pre-med student recommits life to Christ while volunteering at a Lynchburg non-profit

When Samuel Robillard’s friend encouraged him to volunteer at the Lighthouse Community Center, a non-profit serving underprivileged individuals in Downtown Lynchburg, he expected to help change lives there. But he didn’t expect the experience to change his own life. ...

6.17.2020 | Read More

Young entrepreneur introduces biodegradable bags that could help environment during COVID-19 pandemic

Liberty University rising senior Jose Chen had three to five minutes to pitch his idea for a new biodegradable material, and he was determined to impress. To prove its functionality, he dissolved a piece of the bag in warm water. Then he drank it. ...

6.9.2020 | Read More

Supervisor at Florida detention facility shares story of perseverance in fighting coronavirus

Between the crying, coughing, and heavy concern marked on the woman’s face, Lt. Vincent Red knew something was wrong. ...

5.27.2020 | Read More

Helms School of Government to launch peer-reviewed online journal, provide publishing avenue for students

The Helms School of Government has announced the launch of The Liberty University Journal of Statesmanship & Public Policy, a high-quality, peer-reviewed journal that will release online in July. ...

5.14.2020 | Read More

Business students collaborate with nonprofit to uncover marketing findings and help share the Good News

Statistics, spreadsheets, and PowerPoints may seem mundane to average college students, but to three Liberty University students in the School of Business, these rudiments were the propellants to advance the Kingdom of God in a unique way. ...

5.13.2020 | Read More

Worship Collective member and 'America's Got Talent' contestant produces third single

Joseph O'brien's path to becoming a part of the Liberty University family was propelled when he performed on America's Got Talent on national television two years ago. ...

5.11.2020 | Read More

Liberty student-teachers find creative ways to navigate remote teaching and connect with their students

On the final school day before Spring Break, Liberty University senior student-teacher Charlotte Mast waved goodbye to her fifth grade class. She was ready for a relaxing two-week intermission but also looked forward to seeing her students again in the classroom. But she definitely did not expect March 13 to be the last time she saw or hugged her students. ...

5.8.2020 | Read More

Liberty criminal justice students mentor juveniles in local detention center

Liberty University students in a Helms School of Government criminal justice program meet two to three times per month each Thursday evening to mentor delinquents at the Lynchburg Juvenile Detention Center. ...

5.6.2020 | Read More

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