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Mountaintop Experiences: Students explore unique venues for outdoor fun on Liberty Mountain

Liberty University’s Campus Recreation department invites students to come up for a breath of fresh air — while practicing social distancing in the great outdoors — with a short escape to one of its various venues on Liberty Mountain, a…

21 hours ago

Ribbon-cutting ceremony unveils spectacular new Liberty Arena

Liberty Arena, the new home of Liberty University’s men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and women’s volleyball programs, officially opened its doors with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday afternoon. The 4,000-seat arena, located adjacent to the 10,000-seat Vines Center, offers a “wow”…

3 days ago

Liberty Law earns Best Value Law School ranking, high employment rate

 Liberty University School of Law was recently named as a Best Value Law School for 2021 by preLaw magazine and has landed at No. 12 in the nation on the publication’s annual Employment Honor Roll, exceeding its expectations for placing…

3 days ago

Alumni Relations Office launches Liberty’s Fifty Years by Faith tour

The first class at Liberty University was held nearly 50 years ago and a full, large-scale anniversary celebration will kick off next fall. But as the university prepares to celebrate its legacy, which started with one man’s audacious vision to…

6 days ago

Helms School of Government hosts former Virginia Governor, Israeli diplomat to inform, inspire students

Last week, the Helms School of Government welcomed two special guest lecturers to address government and law students. Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell spoke on American Government, Constitutional Law, and Criminal Justice and Deputy Head of Mission Benjamin Krasna, the…

6 days ago

Liberty University’s inaugural ‘Giving Day’ raises over $2 million to support multiple programs across campus

Throughout Tuesday, Nov. 17, Liberty University held its first “Giving Day,” an all-day fundraising drive uniting academic departments, athletics programs, and student scholarships in the goal of making an impact on current and future generations of Champions for Christ. While…

6 days ago

Light ’em Up Liberty: Virtual Christmas in Lights celebration kicks off the season

  Liberty University’s Student Activities Office officially ushered in the holiday season on Wednesday night with its annual Christmas in Lights celebration broadcast live from the Academic Lawn. For an event that traditionally draws thousands of students to watch the…

1 week ago

Will Graham brings Convocation message on humble servanthood and being prepared for God’s plan

Will Graham (’97), a son of Franklin Graham who serves as vice president and associate evangelist for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), became the third member of the Graham family to speak in a Liberty University Convocation this semester…

1 week ago

Report shows Liberty University makes significant, positive impact on local and state economies

Liberty University’s continual growth in local and statewide economic influence was reflected in a recent report by Mangum Economics, LLC, which outlined the university’s contribution to the Lynchburg MSA’s (Metropolitan Statistical Area) and Commonwealth of Virginia’s workforce, tax revenue, and…

1 week ago

Sport management alumnus takes his talent to Major League Soccer

Liberty University alumnus Dallas Peyton (’17) is sharing his passion for Christ on the West Coast while serving as manager of soccer sales for Major League Soccer’s (MLS) Portland Timbers. The Greensboro, N.C. native and sport management graduate moved to…

1 week ago
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