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Liberty University makes large food donation, meets community needs during COVID-19 crisis

On Friday, Liberty University partnered with Sodexo, Liberty’s dining services provider, to donate over $20,000 worth of food to Lynchburg-area charities. Liberty also donated 800 flash drives to a local school system. ...

3.27.2020 | Read More

Pastor and author John Mark Comer frames COVID-19 isolation as chance for positive growth

Friday's Convocation, which featured an appearance by pastor and author John Mark Comer, highlighted the value and effects of the silence brought about by the pandemic and how it can be used as a chance to point back to God’s provision. ...

3.27.2020 | Read More

Nursing professor works to expand lifesaving STOP THE BLEED campaign

Liberty University School of Nursing Associate Professor Dr. Dana Woody, DNP, RN, has been working to bring the national STOP THE BLEED campaign to Liberty students, faculty, and staff and help educate them on how to apply lifesaving bleeding control techniques. ...

3.27.2020 | Read More

Flames hockey player displays passion for life on and off the ice

Senior Jordan Bochinski is a standout forward on the Liberty University Flames ACHA Division I men’s hockey team — the No. 2-ranked team in the country. ...

3.27.2020 | Read More

Weekly Campus Community takes on different format as campus pastor, wife sit down at home for online session to encourage students

In an online stream from their kitchen, campus pastor David Nasser and his wife, Jennifer, answered questions from the student body regarding how students have been affected by changes caused by COVID-19. ...

3.26.2020 | Read More

Students get hands-on with history during archaeology course at Revolutionary War-era property

During Spring Break, students in Liberty’s first archaeology course, Archaeology and Public History, excavated alongside professional archaeologists to extract secrets beneath the Alum Springs Hotel in New London, Va. ...

3.25.2020 | Read More

International relations student recalls lessons learned during summer internships in Ukraine

Gloria McDonald, now a senior international relations student at Liberty, has garnered more experience than most college students in her field, having completed two back-to-back internships at the United States Embassy in Ukraine in the summers of 2018 and 2019. ...

3.26.2020 | Read More

Liberty University refutes Gov. Northam's false accusations

Liberty University has been, and will continue to be, in compliance with all of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's directives, as well as all applicable federal guidance. ...

3.25.2020 | Read More

Bestselling author and pastor Francis Chan reminds students to remain focused on what matters

World-renowned pastor and bestselling author Francis Chan joined Liberty University for Wednesday morning’s Convocation via an online stream from Hong Kong, China, to share what the Lord has been teaching him and his family throughout COVID-19

3.25.2020 | Read More

Respiratory therapy faculty called to action to train local health professionals during COVID-19 response

Dr. Brian Walsh, director of Liberty University’s Respiratory Therapy Program, is expanding his department’s training to area clinicians through a partnership with Liberty’s School of Nursing, Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Centra, the regional healthcare system based in Lynchburg, Va. ...

3.25.2020 | Read More

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