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Liberty News

Past Months

January 2011

Noted pastor, radio host Alistair Begg visits

Alistair Begg, a pastor, author and host of the national radio program “Truth for Life,” addressed students Friday morning at Liberty University’s convocation. ...

1.21.2011 | Read More

Cheerleading team places fifth in national championship

The Liberty Cheerleading squad posted a fifth-place finish in the Universal Cheerleaders Association's (UCA) College Cheerleading National Championship on Jan. 15. ...

1.19.2011 | Read More

Alistair Begg to speak at Friday convocation

Pastor Alistair Begg will visit Liberty University for the first time this week to speak to students both at Friday’s convocation and “The Power to Change” prayer conference at Thomas Road Baptist Church Friday and Saturday. ...

1.18.2011 | Read More

Alumnus shatters own American 50K record

Josh Cox, a 1998 Liberty graduate, enjoyed quite an eventful and successful Sunday morning. ...

1.17.2011 | Read More

Liberty hosts huge high school track meet

Hundreds of high school athletes from Virginia and North Carolina are taking part in the Flames High School Invitational track meet this weekend. ...

1.15.2011 | Read More

Flames finish in Top 25 for third-straight year

Following a fourth-straight Big South championship season, Liberty's football program finds itself inside the final FCS Top 25 rankings for the third year in a row. ...

1.13.2011 | Read More

'Bed Intruder' parody reaches 1 million views on YouTube

Liberty University's Vision Ministries' parody of the most-watched YouTube video of 2010 now has more than 1 million views after being posted a month ago. ...

1.11.2011 | Read More

LU Online military student aided Haiti relief efforts

U.S. Navy Chaplain Michael Howard thrives on challenge. A year ago, the Liberty University Online student had one of his biggest challenges yet as he helped earthquake victims in Haiti recover from the Jan. 12, 2010, disaster. ...

1.11.2011 | Read More

Judge killed in Arizona shootings had planned to visit Liberty

U.S. District Judge John Roll, one of the victims in Saturday's shootings in Arizona, was scheduled to judge a Moot Court competition at Liberty University School of Law in March. ...

1.10.2011 | Read More

NAMB award honors student missions work

For the fourth year in a row, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and Liberty University have received the Courts Redford Award for Excellence in Student Missionary Deployment from the North American Mission Board (NAMB). ...

1.6.2011 | Read More

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