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True story of 1913 unsolved murder case marches onto Tower Theater stage in 'Parade'

A story showcasing integrity in the face of hardship and the dangers of mob mentality, paired with a grand musical score, will take place at the Tower Theater as the Alluvion Stage Company’s production of "Parade" opens on Jan. 31. ...

1.20.2020 | Read More

UPDATE: Government Moot Court students land in final rounds of AMCA national tournament

Five duos from the Helms School of Government undergraduate moot court team competed in the American Moot Court Association national tournament in Baton Rouge, La. ...

1.22.2020 | Read More

Lady Flames Softball to play Team USA in Florida exhibition game

Five days after opening its 2020 season, Liberty University's softball team will play Team USA in an exhibition game on Feb. 12 as the national team prepares for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. ...

1.22.2020 | Read More

Niece of Martin Luther King Jr. welcomed to Liberty Convocation

Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece Alveda King brought words of passion and conviction to Liberty University’s Convocation on Friday, sharing about her past and her change to supporting the pro-life movement.

1.17.2020 | Read More

Liberty University announces merger of two schools to create new School of Communication and the Arts

Liberty University has announced the official merger of the School of Communication and Digital Content and the School of Visual and Performing Arts to create the School of Communication and the Arts (SCA). ...

1.17.2020 | Read More

Back-to-back Convocations introduce students to new Falkirk Center for Faith & Liberty

Upon their return to campus for the first week of Convocation in the Spring 2020 semester, Liberty University students were introduced to the newly formed Falkirk Center for Faith and Liberty on Wednesday and continued the conversation during Convo Select on Thursday. ...

1.16.2020 | Read More

Vines Center to receive new roof in conjunction with Liberty Arena project

The Vines Center’s silver dome has been a familiar icon on Liberty University’s campus since 1990. Now, as the campus has undergone a major transformation with several new buildings, the center will receive a new roof that will better match the campus architecture. ...

1.15.2020 | Read More

Cinematic arts students to begin work on new feature film 'Mulligan' in collaboration with ReelWorks Studios

From March 21 through April 26, juniors in the Cinematic Arts, Zaki Gordon Center will be working as crew members in Toccoa, Ga., on the second film to be made through a partnership with ReelWorks Studios owner and producer Rick Eldridge. ...

1.16.2020 | Read More

Sunrise service opens Spring 2020 semester

Liberty's Office of Spiritual Development held an impromptu early-morning worship service at the Center for Music and the Worship Arts’ Concert Hall on Monday, Jan. 13. ...

1.13.2020 | | Read More

New Falkirk Center to kick off exciting Spring Convocation schedule

On Wednesday, Liberty University’s Convocation will help students kick off the Spring 2020 semester with the new Falkirk Center for Faith & Liberty spotlighted as the morning's primary focus. ...

1.13.2020 | Read More

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