Alumni News

February 2020


Longtime LU track & field coach Brant Tolsma announces retirement

One of the most storied coaching careers in Liberty University Athletics and collegiate track & field history will come to an end this spring with Brant Tolsma announcing his plans to retire after the outdoor track & field season. ...

2.29.2020 | | Read More

Students participate in interactive language-learning experience for Global Focus Week

The ELIC Experience was one of the many interactive events offered during Liberty University’s semi-annual Global Focus Week. ...

2.28.2020 | Read More

Pro-life Convocation panel discusses passion and policy

The last Convocation in February at Liberty University focused on the value of life, beginning with a reflection on Black History Month and continuing into a passionate discussion on the pro-life movement. ...

2.28.2020 | Read More

Missouri legislator says online program gave him a firm foundation for public service

Missouri State Representative Dirk Deaton completes online degree and, following commencement challenges by Dr. Falwell and President Trump, became the youngest elected official in Missouri state history. ...

2.28.2020 | Read More

New gallery exhibit displays Christian artist's humanizing portrayal of Holocaust victims

The Liberty University Art Gallery’s latest exhibit, “The Auschwitz Album Revisited,” displays 40 paintings by the late Christian artist Pat Mercer Hutchens that capture the poignant and unforeseen final moments of life for Jewish victims at one of the Holocaust's most notorious concentration camps. ...

2.28.2020 | Read More

Pastors J.D. Greear and Andres Corson focus on reaching the lost during Global Focus Week Convocation

Global Focus Week at Liberty University climaxed Wednesday morning when pastors J.D. Greear and Andres Corson brought words of hope and encouragement to the student body at Convocation. ...

2.26.2020 | | Read More

African American culture on display at SOUL: Night of the Arts

African American culture gleamed Friday night during SOUL: Night of the Arts, a Liberty University Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) event that celebrates afro-centric culture through art, vocal performance, and dance. ...

2.24.2020 | Read More

Hockey showdown: No. 2 LU sweeps No. 1 Adrian on another last-minute goal

Liberty University's ACHA Division I men's hockey team completed an improbable sweep of previously undefeated Adrian College on Saturday afternoon in the LaHaye Ice Center in the arena's first-ever series between No. 1- and No. 2-ranked teams. ...

2.22.2020 | | Read More

Lady Flames’ swimmers and divers defend CCSA titles in Tennessee

Liberty University's women's swimming and diving team clinched its third CCSA Championship over runner-up Florida Gulf Coast University after winning all five relays and posting 10 podium finishes on Saturday, including five first-place performances. ...

2.22.2020 | Read More

NFL's Carson Wentz discusses building faith in hard times

2017 Super Bowl champion and current Philadelphia Eagles star quarterback Carson Wentz opened up about his personal faith and his heart for the people of Haiti in front of a capacity Vines Center crowd at Friday morning's College for a Weekend Convocation. ...

2.21.2020 | Read More

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