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November 2009

Flames basketball part of ESPN marathon

The Liberty Flames hosted its first-ever ACC opponent — the Clemson Tigers — in a packed Vines Center Tuesday morning. The game drew even more fans than usual, as it was televised nationally for ESPN’s second annual College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon, which featured 12 consecutive live college basketball games in 24 hours on Tuesday. Liberty’s match-up was game six of the marathon. ...

11.17.2009 | Read More

Astronaut takes a piece of Liberty into space

Just over a year and half ago, Liberty University welcomed NASA astronaut Leland Melvin as a main speaker at a weekly convocation service. The Lynchburg, Va., native is now on his second mission to space, scheduled to arrive at the International Space Station on Wednesday. ...

11.17.2009 | Read More

Law school vs. Seminary football game raises $1,500 for charity

Students and faculty from Liberty University School of Law and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary raised more than $1,500 for a local charity at the second annual Turkey Bowl held on Saturday, Nov. 14. ...

11.16.2009 | Read More

Liberty Paintball Complex hosts NCPA tournament

Liberty University’s paintball team sponsored the Liberty Open on Saturday, the first National Collegiate Paintball Association event to be held on a college campus. ...

11.16.2009 | Read More

Competition draws large crowd to Snowflex Centre

Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre hosted the first Snowshoe Open on Friday, Nov. 13, drawing more than 70 skiers and snowboarders and more than 700 spectators to Liberty University’s new year-round ski slope. ...

11.16.2009 | Read More

Congressmen Franks, Goodlatte participate in pro-life conference

Liberty University welcomed Congressmen Bob Goodlatte (R-VA-6th District) and Trent Franks (R-AZ-2nd District) Nov. 13 as part of Liberty's R.O.S.E. (Reclaiming Others’ Sacred Existence), a student-initiated pro-life conference — the largest to be held on a college campus. ...

11.13.2009 | Read More

David Nasser speaks at convocation

David Nasser, author, minister and one of the nation’s forefront speakers and visionaries, delivered Liberty University’s convocation message Friday in the Vines Center. ...

11.13.2009 | Read More

Sport Management director to attend Oxford Round Table

Dr. Vicky Martin, chair of Liberty University’s Sport Management Department, has been invited to attend the Oxford Round Table at Hertford College at the University of Oxford in England, March 14-19, 2010. ...

11.13.2009 | Read More

Health Sciences professor releases 'lifestyle' book

Dr. Joseph A. Mix, a professor in Liberty University’s Health Sciences Department, is the author of “Play Your Hand Well: A Nutritional Approach to Wellness So You Can Live a Healthier Life Now!,” published by Liberty University Press. ...

11.11.2009 | Read More

LU welcomes "Jane Roe" at kick-off of pro-life conference

The Liberty University Student Government Association (SGA) is speaking up for the unspoken this week by hosting the largest fully student-initiated Pro-Life conference to be held on a college campus. ...

11.11.2009 | Read More

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