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Black History Month event celebrates legacy of Frederick Douglass

As Liberty University joins the nation in celebrating Black History Month, the Helms School of Government welcomed Jeremy Hunt from the Douglass Leadership Institute on Friday for a lecture on the legacy of the “father of the civil rights movement.” ...

2.16.2018 | Read More

D.C. internship allows student to share love for history

Junior Luke Dixon is currently interning at the National Park Service, working on projects for the Lincoln Memorial and other national landmarks in Washington, D.C. ...

2.14.2018 | Read More

Topping off Freedom Tower: LU celebrates grand opening of new campus landmark

Liberty University celebrated the opening of its newest — and tallest — landmark on Monday. A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place for the 275-foot-tall Freedom Tower, home of the Rawlings School of Divinity, the nation’s largest center for religious studies and ministerial training. ...

2.5.2018 | Read More

Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision receives CACREP accreditation

Liberty University has received accreditation for its Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision program from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP). ...

2.2.2018 | Read More

School of Aeronautics to train junior Air Force cadets as private pilots

Liberty is among just six partner universities that have been chosen to train high school-aged applicants selected for a new Air Force scholarship program. ...

1.31.2018 | Read More

Sport management students working NHL All-Star Game events this weekend

This weekend, 27 Liberty University students and two alumni are putting their sport management skills on display during the 2018 National Hockey League All-Star Game in Tampa, Fla. ...

1.27.2018 | Read More

Hillsong musicians visit campus, mentor students

Students and faculty interacted with one of the most innovative and dynamic Christian music groups in the country this week. ...

1.26.2018 | Read More

Government Moot Court members compete at nationals in record numbers

The Helms School of Government sent a record six pairs of students to the American Moot Court Association’s National Tournament, where a pair won second-place for brief writing and one student reaped a Top 20 Oralist award. ...

1.25.2018 | Read More

Longtime professor makes his life's work available online

Dr. Harold Willmington is leaving a legacy at Liberty, passing his love of Scripture to future generations by making his personal collection available for free to the public in the new Liberty Bible Resource Center. ...

1.24.2018 | Read More

Liberty students serve medical professionals in Togo during mission trip

A team of eight Liberty University School of Nursing and Department of Biology & Chemistry students, along with two faculty members, spent their New Year’s a little differently by serving alongside the Togolese people to broaden their medical knowledge while being the hands and feet of Jesus. ...

1.17.2018 | Read More

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