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December 2019

Dr. Ed Hindson retires as Dean of the John W. Rawlings School of Divinity at Liberty University

Dr. Ed Hindson, founding dean of the Liberty University John W. Rawlings School of Divinity, officially retired as dean on Dec. 1. He has assumed the role and title of Dean Emeritus and Distinguished Professor of Religion and Biblical Studies. ...

12.12.2019 | Read More

School of Engineering to launch master's and doctoral programs in January

The Liberty University School of Engineering is adding two postgraduate programs to the school’s growing curricula thanks to a recent nod from Liberty’s accrediting body, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). ...

12.12.2019 | Read More

Student talent shines at Christmas Coffeehouse

Holiday-themed music, hilarious interluding videos, skillful dance routines, and cheesy Liberty campus inside jokes characterized Student Activities’ 2019 Christmas Coffeehouse Friday night in the Vines Center. ...

12.10.2019 | Read More

Habitat for Humanity Club dedicates third house, receives $20,000 grant for fourth

The Habitat for Humanity Club at Liberty University, in association with the Greater Lynchburg chapter, presented the keys for its third home construction to a worthy homeowner on Saturday. ...

12.10.2019 | Read More

Worship student from Alaska wins Dr Pepper $100,000 tuition contest

Jack Underwood, a Liberty University student in the Bachelor of Science in Music & Worship program, won $100,000 on Saturday during Dr Pepper's Tuition Giveaway halftime promotion at the ACC Championship football game. ...

12.10.2019 | Read More

Club Sports Hall of Fame inducts four new members in sixth class

Men’s lacrosse attack Kurt Tobias, men’s hockey forward and Assistant Coach Jeff Lowes, gymnast and Head Coach Rachel (Steele) Harrison, and women’s hockey forward Sarah Stevenson, the first posthumous inductee, were honored Saturday. ...

12.9.2019 | Read More

Flames Football Florida-bound for first-ever bowl appearance, will take on Georgia Southern in Cure Bowl Dec. 21

Liberty University is only the fifth program to receive a bowl invitation in its first full season at the FBS level. ...

12.8.2019 | | Read More

Piedmont Airlines toolbox donation supports Liberty's growing aviation maintenance program

As part of a continuing relationship that began in 2010, Piedmont Airlines has donated 33 toolboxes to Liberty University's Aviation Maintenance Technician Program (AMTP), valued at $165,000. ...

12.7.2019 | Read More

MFA student researches local Native American tribe to create mural honoring their heritage

When Liberty University graduate student Esther Candari was asked to paint a mural in the town of Amherst, Va., she was told to focus on the area’s culture and history. As she researched the town, she learned that a Native American tribe there had been underrepresented for hundreds of years. ...

12.5.2019 | Read More

Liberty Law graduate marks historic win at Washington Supreme Court

Winning a unanimous decision from a state supreme court is an accomplishment that many attorneys never attain, but for Liberty University School of Law graduate Sydney Phillips ('18), this milestone occurred in her first year of practice. ...

12.4.2019 | Read More

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