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December 2014

Homer Massey, longtime pastor, seminary professor dies

Dr. Massey, who died Nov. 29 at age 76, taught at Liberty for more than 20 years and served as the first registrar for the School of Lifelong Learning, pioneering Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary's online programs. ...

12.11.2014 | Read More

Season of firsts: Strong leadership helps Flames Football make history

For those who watched Liberty University and its football program being built from the ground up more than 40 years ago, the milestones reached in the 2014 season hold even more significance. ...

12.11.2014 | | Read More

Aviation program among first to earn national simulator certification

The Liberty University School of Aeronautics has become one of the first aviation programs in the country to upgrade its entire fleet of Cessna 172 flight simulators to Level 5 FTDs and subsequently receive FAA certification as part of the National Simulator Program. ...

12.9.2014 | Read More

Hannon first Flames player selected to World University Games

Liberty University men’s hockey freshman forward Luke Hannon, the current ACHA Division I scoring leader, is the first Flames player ever selected to compete for Team USA in the Winter World University Games, set for Feb. 4-14 in Granada, Spain. ...

12.9.2014 | Read More

Flames Football announces 2015 schedule

Liberty University's football team has announced that it will face one of the most challenging schedules in program history, including two FBS opponents and three 2014 NCAA FCS Playoffs teams, when the Flames return to action during the 2015 season. ...

12.9.2014 | Read More

Late drive by Wildcats ends Flames' playoff run

A second-round FCS playoff loss to Villanova ended a historic season for the Flames Football team. ...

12.6.2014 | Read More

Record crowd enjoys movie-themed acts at Christmas Coffeehouse

Students showcased their skills late Friday night in front of a record-breaking audience at the annual Christmas Coffeehouse, hosted by Student Activities. ...

12.6.2014 | Read More

Aviation industry executives visit School of Aeronautics

Several leaders in the aviation industry visited the Liberty University School of Aeronautics (SOA) recently, touring the facilities and meeting with Liberty administrators about the school’s innovative programs. ...

12.4.2014 | Read More

Liberty University hosts legislative breakfast

Liberty University School of Law and the Helms School of Government hosted the Pancakes & Politics Breakfast Series, presented by the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce, on Tuesday morning in the Hancock Welcome Center. ...

12.2.2014 | Read More

Classmates cheer on Flames Football team during Convocation

Liberty Head Coach Turner Gill recognized his players, who were seated together in the Vines Center, and used the opportunity to fire up Flames fans for this Saturday’s second-round game at No. 6-ranked Villanova University in Philadelphia. ...

12.1.2014 | Read More

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