Alumni News

May 2012

Flames Pass wins national award

Flames Pass, the multi-faceted ID for all Liberty University students, was recently voted Best Card Design by the National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU).

5.30.2012 | Read More

Thousands enjoy Snowflex on Community Outreach Day

According to Drew Sherwood, general manager of the Snowflex Centre, more 2,000 people came through the doors, the majority of them experiencing the facility for the first time. ...

5.29.2012 | Read More

Crew wins first national championship

Liberty University Crew garnered its first national championship and won second overall in its first appearance at the American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championships on Lake Lanier in Gainesville, Ga., on Sunday, May 27. ...

5.27.2012 | Read More

Liberty alumna eyes U.S. Senate seat

Alumna Jamie Radtke ('95), a co-founder of the Virginia Tea Party, is deep down the campaign trail, seeking the Virginia Republican nomination for Senate in November’s election. She hopes to receive the GOP nod in the state primary election on June 12. ...

5.25.2012 | Read More

Liberty ranks No. 7 in nation for enrollment

As Liberty University continues its rapid growth, it has now become the nation’s seventh-largest four-year university and the largest college in Virginia (two-year and four-year) by head count. ...

5.25.2012 | Read More

Crew team heads to national championships for first time

The Liberty University Crew team will compete in the American Collegiate Rowing Association (ACRA) National Championship Regatta May 26-27 on Lake Lanier in Gainesville, Ga. ...

5.24.2012 | Read More

Donations increase for Jerry Falwell Library campaign

As construction continues on the Jerry Falwell Library, a capital campaign is proving successful as more members of the Liberty family are signing up to be a part of the school’s largest building project to date and honor its beloved founder. ...

5.24.2012 | Read More

Student artwork on display in DeMoss Hall

Liberty University’s Department of Studio and Digital Arts (SADA, formerly VCAR) has livened up the fourth floor of Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center with the addition of 40 works of art completed by students in the department. ...

5.22.2012 | Read More

Chancellor Falwell responds to Bill Maher's criticism

Liberty University became the subject of a national TV show last week when comedian Bill Maher attempted to diminish the significance of Gov. Mitt Romney’s Commencement speech there on May 12. ...

5.22.2012 | Read More

Snowflex free on Community Outreach Day

Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre looks to jumpstart summer in Lynchburg by holding its first Community Outreach Day on Saturday, May 26, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

5.21.2012 | Read More

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