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Campus housing upgrades include more student common areas

Significant improvements to residence halls across campus have created community and provided students with top-notch amenities. ...

8.16.2018 | Read More

Recreation facilities provide multiple health and wellness options

Students, faculty, and staff utilized the various Recreation Centers facilities at Liberty University more than 1 million times throughout the 2017-18 school year. ...

7.12.2018 | Read More

At 89, oldest graduate achieves her educational goals

On Saturday, Ella Washington, 89, walked across the stage at Liberty University’s Commencement as the oldest graduate in the Class of 2018, earning her associate degree in interdisciplinary studies. ...

5.23.2018 | Read More

Serve Lynchburg Day brings positive change to local community

Liberty University’s long-lasting commitment to positively impact the community as Champions for Christ turned into a campuswide effort Saturday morning as approximately 2,000 students, faculty, and staff members worked at more than 90 sites throughout the city for the second annual Serve Lynchburg. ...

4.21.2018 | | Read More

Spring Coffeehouse draws late-night crowd to movie-themed variety show

Liberty University's Spring Coffeehouse, staged late Saturday night into early Sunday morning at the Vines Center, featured live renditions of musical scores and video parodies of popular films. ...

4.17.2018 | Read More

FACS alumna uses sewing to empower Tanzanian women

Liberty University alumna Tenzi Chacha (’15) is using the gifts and abilities she developed while at Liberty to give back to the rural village in Tanzania her father grew up in. ...

4.5.2018 | Read More

‘Kin’ brings dark part of Virginia’s history to the stage this weekend

More than 90 years ago, Carrie Buck, a local woman, gained national recognition after her case involving forced sterilization was brought before the U.S. Supreme Court. This weekend, the Liberty University Department of Theatre Arts will bring Buck’s story to life. ...

3.30.2018 | Read More

Students use event planning class to raise money for local nonprofits

This semester, the Liberty University students enrolled in Event Management, a course in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, have been hard at work. ...

3.29.2018 | Read More

Students make progress on second LU-sponsored Habitat for Humanity home

With only two days left of Spring Break, several Liberty University students from the Habitat for Humanity Club decided to sacrifice the last part of their vacation by participating in a “blitz build” that will give a Lynchburg family a new home. ...

3.23.2018 | | Read More

Students go global with 18 university-sponsored Spring Break trips

More than 500 Liberty University students, faculty, and staff are currently traveling the globe this Spring Break on 18 trips planned by the university’s LU Send office. ...

3.19.2018 | Read More

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