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Military graduates receive degrees at Army base ceremony

Twenty-three Liberty students graduated during a special ceremony for military students and spouses at Fort Bragg, N.C., this week. ...

11.17.2017 | Read More

Liberty Law team sweeps top awards at Notre Dame tournament

Liberty University School of Law Moot Court Team members claimed the championship title at the Notre Dame National Appellate Advocacy Tournament for Religious Freedom over the weekend. ...

11.15.2017 | Read More

LU Praise to perform at major cultural event in China

LU Praise, Liberty University’s premiere gospel choir, is traveling to China next week at the invitation of the China Chorus Association as one of only three U.S. choirs performing at the Hainan 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Choir Festival. ...

11.10.2017 | Read More

Grad student honored with national public health award

Liberty University Master of Public Health student Olushola Ogunleye was announced as the recipient of the 2017 Trong D. Nguyen Memorial Award at the annual American Public Health Association Conference in Atlanta, Ga. ...

11.10.2017 | Read More

Liberty student grows his own clothes, hopes to revolutionize fashion industry

Liberty University senior fashion design student Luis Quijano has spent the last year working alongside faculty and staff to create what he thinks could be the most innovative trend in fashion. ...

11.9.2017 | Read More

Wins over Princeton, Duke highlight fall Quiz Bowl tournaments

Liberty University’s Quiz Bowl team has wrapped up its fall competition slate after notching impressive wins over Princeton, Duke, the University of Virginia, the University of North Carolina, Wake Forest, and Virginia Tech, amongst other institutions. ...

11.9.2017 | Read More

Students participate in simulated bioterrorism attack on campus

Liberty University’s Forensic Science program gathered groups of students and members of local first responder agencies at the Liberty Indoor Track Complex on Saturday to host its largest bioterrorism attack simulation to-date. ...

11.7.2017 | Read More

Cathy Gillespie talks with Liberty students about policy, election season

With Virginia set to elect its new governor in less than a week, Cathy Gillespie, the wife of Virginia’s 2017 Republican candidate for governor Ed Gillespie, took time out from her campaign schedule on Thursday evening to talk to students at Liberty University. ...

11.3.2017 | Read More

Audiences invited into the Roaring Twenties with ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’

The bright lights and energetic music of the Jazz Age is coming to the stage this weekend as Liberty University's Department of Theatre Arts opens "Thoroughly Modern Millie at Tower Theater." ...

11.3.2017 | Read More

History honors society chapter receives national recognition for service work

Liberty University’s chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, a national honors society for history students, was recently recognized as one of the society’s 2017 Best Chapters. ...

11.3.2017 | Read More

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