Alumni News

July 2020


Engineering students use 3D printing technology to produce custom face shields for medical students

A collaborative effort between the Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine and the School of Engineering has resulted in over 300 face shields being produced on 3D printers and delivered to student-doctors. ...

7.31.2020 | Read More

'Game On' to relaunch as 'Flames Central' with focus on LU Athletics' success

Liberty University's sports television show, "Game On," announced Friday morning that it will change its name to "Flames Central," which will better convey the program's in-depth coverage of the Liberty Flames' ascent over recent years. ...

7.30.2020 | Read More

Liberty University Online Academy sees record enrollment as more families search for stable K-12 homeschool option

At a time when online schooling has not only become a convenient option but also a necessity for some families, Liberty University Online Academy has been meeting the increasing demand. ...

7.30.2020 | Read More

School of Law graduate and public servant embarks on career to help people gain equal access to legal system

Liberty School of Law graduate Samantha Nicodemus has had a commitment to service that has not wavered over time. ...

7.29.2020 | Read More

National champion runner Sam Chelanga pens inspirational book about living by faith

Sam Chelanga ('11), a four-time NCAA champion for the Flames in cross country and outdoor track who signed a pro contract with Nike in 2011, became a United States citizen in 2015, and enlisted in the U.S. Army in 2018, testifies to God's grace in his life. ...

7.28.2020 | Read More

Liberty University's Falkirk Center hosts Freedom Summit with focus on China's threats to American liberties

Broadcasting around the globe from the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., Liberty University's Falkirk Center for Faith and Liberty exposed the growing cultural dangers posed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in the center's first-ever Freedom Summit, held on Monday and Tuesday. ...

7.28.2020 | Read More

Snowflex slopes remain open to the public for summer fun in the outdoors

The carpeted, misting slopes of Liberty University's Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre will still provide students and the surrounding community the ability to enjoy winter sports this summer. ...

7.24.2020 | Read More

New bachelor's, master's degrees advance careers in growing field of aviation

The Liberty University School of Aeronautics has added two new online degrees to its growing list of aviation programs. The Master of Science in Aeronautics has four specializations and the new Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management offers students a well-rounded aviation education. ...

7.24.2020 | Read More

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

Liberty Online alumnus, quadriplegic plants growing church in New England

The car rounded the street corner at 100 miles per hour, the momentum sending it rolling. Then-17-year-old John Mackenzie (’19) was riding in the backseat. His door fell off as the car rolled, throwing him onto the ground with the car frame on his neck..

7.22.2020 | Read More

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