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Liberty team to aid wildfire victims, responders in California

As California suffers from some of its worst wildfires in state history, Liberty University is dispatching a team this weekend to support relief workers and a community affected by the inferno. ...

8.10.2018 | Read More

Aviation maintenance students to refurbish historic WWII aircraft for D-Day Memorial

The historic Aeronca L-3 aircraft on display at the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Va., will get a makeover for the 75th Anniversary of the Normandy invasion, courtesy of Liberty University students. ...

8.9.2018 | | Read More

Families grateful for Liberty’s help after flood

About 55 Lynchburg residents have moved into Liberty University’s former Residential Annex after heavy flooding impacted the city last week. ...

8.7.2018 | Read More

Liberty University opens Odd Fellows Road Annex to those displaced by recent flooding

Several rooms are available, which include beds and bathrooms, in an effort to help the local community after severe flooding. ...

8.3.2018 | Read More

Psychology student named Sailor of the Year for charitable work

Throughout his 18-year military career, U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Craig Humes has been focused on serving others. Humes is the 2018 Navy Times Sailor of the Year. ...

7.31.2018 | Read More

Students serve at Rawlings Foundation camps in Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean

This summer, 17 Liberty University students went global to focus on reaching nations for Christ thanks to a partnership with Impact Youth Worldwide and the Rawlings Foundation. ...

7.30.2018 | Read More

Liberty University soccer staff join pastors in outreach to immigrant children

Liberty University Head Men’s Soccer Coach Jeff Alder and two members of his coaching staff partnered with a group of prominent evangelical leaders to hold a special event for immigrant children on Friday, July 13. ...

7.19.2018 | Read More

Government student appointed to national commission on native children

Elizabeth Morris, chairwoman of the Christian Alliance for Indian Child Welfare, was appointed to the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children. ...

6.26.2018 | Read More

Nursing students host children’s health program at Salvation Army

This week, about 50 Liberty University School of Nursing students left the classroom and entered the heart of the local Lynchburg community. ...

6.14.2018 | | Read More

Loyal friend of LU and former Thomas Nelson Publishers CEO leaves lasting legacy

Sam Ziady Moore, who served as president of Thomas Nelson Publishers for nearly 47 years and was one of Liberty University's earliest supporters, died on Friday at age 88. ...

6.4.2018 | Read More

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