Alumni News

October 2010

'Black Hawk Down' soldier shares experience

U.S. Army Maj. and chaplain Jeff Struecker captivated Liberty University students in convocation on Friday, Oct. 29, with a riveting tale of fearlessness, bravery and discipleship, challenging them to “not be ordinary” and transform the world wherever they go. ...

10.30.2010 | Read More

Newt Gingrich returns to Liberty

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich roused Liberty University students at Wednesday’s convocation with a call to return our country to “We the People,” prescribing fiscal responsibility, judicial restraint and an awakening of individual sovereignty. ...

10.27.2010 | Read More

Liberty University to welcome Newt Gingrich

Accustomed to hosting political heavyweights, Liberty University will welcome former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich to campus Wednesday to address students at convocation. The best-selling author and FOX News analyst was Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year” in 1994 for leading an historic Republican takeover of the House of Representatives.

10.25.2010 | Read More

Visiting professor's column featured on Huffington Post's website

Ken Blackwell has a column regularly featured on The Huffington Post's website. His most recent column, "Dogs Don't Bark at Parked Cars," discusses marriage

10.21.2010 | Read More

Seminary's Dr. Daniel Kim honored for years of service

Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary professor Dr. Daniel Kim was recognized in Wednesday’s convocation for his 32 years of ministry at the seminary and abroad. ...

10.20.2010 | Read More

Alumna manages Wisconsin congressional campaign

In the United States, democracy provides citizens with the privilege of influencing the outcome of political elections. This election season, Liberty alumna Krystal Tucker (’09) has come to value the voting process even more. She is managing the congressional campaign for Republican Reid Ribble’s bid for the 8th District seat in Wisconsin, a daunting task she didn’t foresee in her future. ...

10.19.2010 | Read More

Off-campus dining option benefits students and community

Liberty University students returned to campus this fall to a new student ID card, the Flames Pass, that also has a declining balance account for students to use at approved restaurants, on or off campus.

10.19.2010 | Read More

Liberty nursing cadet ranks No. 1 in nation

Liberty University senior Petra Gerber has two reasons to celebrate. Not only is she finishing the nursing program in December after only three and a half years, but she has been ranked the No. 1 U.S. Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) nursing cadet.

10.18.2010 | Read More

Liberty University represented at Third Lausanne Congress

Johnnie Moore, Liberty University campus pastor and vice president of media relations, is participating in the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization in Cape Town, South Africa, which began Sunday, Oct. 17. He is joining more than 4,000 evangelical Christian missions leaders from more than 200 countries.

10.18.2010 | Read More

Former professor and longtime supporter dies

A former Liberty University professor went home to be with the Lord today. Dr. Dave Randlett, senior associate pastor at Thomas Road Baptist Church, passed away this morning due to complications from heart surgery. ...

10.15.2010 | Read More

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