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LU Nursing alumni display compassion and dedication in the fight against COVID-19

Many members of Liberty University’s School of Nursing family have seen their work environments change in multiple ways due to COVID-19, but their important role in the community has remained the same.

6.4.2020 | Read More

Alumnus collects record number of votes in Lynchburg City Council race

Two-time Liberty University graduate Chris Faraldi (’17, ’19) garnered the most votes ever recorded — 1,567 — for a Ward IV Lynchburg City Council seat on May 19. He will replace retiring member Turner Perrow, who, along with conservative Congressman Ben Cline (R-6th), endorsed Faraldi earlier this year. ...

6.1.2020 | Read More

Liberty's first football player to turn pro reaches Canada's sporting realm for Christ

Liberty University alumnus Steve Kearns has been faithfully sharing the love of the Lord in the province of Ontario, Canada, for over 30 years. ...

5.26.2020 | Read More

Divinity alumnus from the Bronx uses call to ministry as motivation to attain three advanced degrees

Leon Davis has earned three advanced degrees from the Liberty University John W. Rawlings School of Divinity and is using his call to ministry to serve in his local church in Bronx, New York. ...

5.25.2020 | Read More

Music alumna drums up success in Nashville with some of the country's top artists

Before Elizabeth Chan ('13) was one of Nashville's most popular freelance drummers, she was a young girl who came from humble means. ...

5.20.2020 | Read More

Staten Island pastor ministers during COVID-19, grows love for NYC that began 30 years ago at Liberty

Liberty University alumnus and Staten Island, N.Y., pastor Dave Watson (’82) has faithfully ministered to his church family throughout the tragedies and uncertainties of COVID-19. ...

5.19.2020 | Read More

Liberty Law graduate will use faith and her difficult past to protect younger generation of clients in crisis

Following six years in Liberty University’s undergraduate and graduate programs, Autumn Johnson graduated this month with both a Juris Doctorate and Master of Arts in History, and she plans to use her career to serve clients who face crises like she did as a child. ...

5.15.2020 | Read More

Two Liberty alumni join forces to gain FDA EUA authorization of COVID-19 test kit

When David Jack (’13) and Sarah Robinson (’13,’15, ’20) met as sophomores, their bond of friendship was formed from a mutual desire to serve others. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, that bond has brought them together again to help combat the spread of the virus. ...

5.14.2020 | Read More

Business doctoral student puts ingenuity into action to serve retirement home residents

Current Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) student Milton McGowian has brought innovation to his job as a dining services director at a retirement home so he can better serve his residents in the time of COVID-19. ...

5.12.2020 | Read More

Aeronautics alumnus transports COVID-19 test specimens for clinical lab

As a pilot for a clinical laboratory, George Fendley (’15) must have the maturity to make decisions about how to handle each flight situation, especially since he often flies at night, alone and through challenging weather conditions. ...

4.23.2020 | Read More

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