Alumni News

March 2008

Tim Clinton addresses students

Dr. Tim Clinton gave a motivational talk to Liberty students titled “Change Your Life” at Monday morning’s convocation service in the Vines Center. Clinton is the executive director of the Center for Counseling and Family Studies at Liberty University. He also serves as president of the American Association of Christian Counselors.

3.31.2008 | Read More

Washington Semester interns enjoying the sights and sounds of D.C.

There are currently 26 Liberty University students participating in the Washington Semester program in our nation’s capital. This program offers a unique opportunity for juniors and seniors of all majors to gain pre-professional experience through internships and professionalism training for their future careers.

3.31.2008 | Read More

Three-time Gold Medal winner visits Liberty

USA Softball three-time Olympian Gold Medalist Leah O’Brien-Amico shared her story with Liberty University students during Friday convocation at the university’s Vines Center.

3.28.2008 | Read More

Distance Learning reaches record enrollment

Enrollment in Liberty University’s Distance Learning Program topped the 25,000 student mark for the first time on Tuesday. Enrollment figures for the program were confirmed by LU Registrar Lawrence Shackleton in an e-mail to school officials. Officially, the 25,000th student enrolled at about 9:15 a.m.

3.26.2008 | Read More

Liberty students choose to serve on Spring Break

The Liberty University campus is a little less active than usual, as students are on Spring Break through March 21. But that doesn’t mean LU students are less active. While many are home or on vacation enjoying time with family and friends, some have decided to use the break in service to others.

3.21.2008 | Read More

Liberty faculty member performs at workshop

Dr. Kevin Chiarizzio, Liberty University’s associate professor of music, brass and music education, was a featured performer last week at one of the largest events in the world for trombonists. The Eastern Trombone Workshop (ETW), sponsored by the U.S. Army Band, is held at Brucker Hall — the band’s state-of-the-art performance center —located in historic Fort Myer, Va., across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C.

3.19.2008 | Read More

Students participate in Jungle Camp

Also called “College Wayumi” (Wayumi is an Indian word for going away and experiencing something different), the course offers in-depth tribal missions training at a simulated South American indigenous village built and run by New Tribes Missions.

3.19.2008 | Read More

Arts professor presents at Oxford

Todd Smith, a professor at Liberty University, recently traveled to England to speak at Oxford University. Smith, director of the Visual Communications Arts program at Liberty, spoke at Saint Hugh’s College, Oxford University, as part of a chapel lecture series focusing on the theme “Dominus Illuminatio Mea” (“The Lord is My Light”), which is the motto of Oxford University.

3.17.2008 | Read More

Prominent pastor from Europe addresses students

Liberty students had the chance to hear from the pastor of the largest evangelical church in Europe at the March 12 convocation service. Pastor Sunday Adelaja is the founder of The Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for All Nations, in Kiev, Ukraine.

3.12.2008 | Read More

Liberty names new director of debate

Michael Hall has been named the new director of Liberty’s winning debate team. Last season, LU’s debate team won all three national rankings by the national debate tournament’s governing organizations, a historic feat.

3.12.2008 | Read More

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