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February 2010

Ben Stein makes return trip to campus

On Saturday, Feb. 27, Ben Stein gathered with students in the Barrick-Falwell Lodge at the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre. ...

2.28.2010 | Read More

LU Online Academy for grades 3-12 receives full accreditation

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) announced in early February that Liberty University Online Academy (LUOA) has been granted full accreditation. The five-year accreditation is a major milestone for Liberty University’s most recent online educational venture for grades 3-12. ...

2.26.2010 | Read More

“Nightsounds” host dies

Bill Pearce – longtime host of “Nightsounds,” which airs daily on the Liberty University-based radio station WRVL Victory FM – has died at age 83. ...

2.26.2010 | Read More

International Business professor invited to Oxford Round Table

Following in what seems to be a tradition at Liberty University, International Business professor Dr. Stephen P. Preacher will be participating in the prestigious Oxford Round Table on March 22-24 at the Harris Manchester College of the University of Oxford in England. ...

2.25.2010 | Read More

Students address City Council on polling place

About 200 students showed up at a public hearing to voice their concerns about a change to the Ward III polling place.

2.24.2010 | Read More

Liberty strengthens partnership with Hispanic Christian group

In an unprecedented move, Liberty University Online and Liberty University Online Academy have formed a three-year partnership with the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC). ...

2.22.2010 | Read More

Men’s hockey finishes strong in front of spirited home crowd

The Liberty University men’s hockey team heated up the ice this past weekend in front of record crowds for its last home games of the season. Liberty beat Oakland University 6-5 Friday in a come-from-behind win and again on Saturday 4-3 in a shootout. ...

2.22.2010 | Read More

SGA urges students to speak up about polling place

The Liberty University Student Government Association is encouraging students to attend a public hearing Tuesday, Feb. 23, to voice their concerns about moving the polling place for Lynchburg City Council Elections in May. ...

2.22.2010 | Read More

College For A Weekend reaches record high

A record 2,300 prospective students and their family members have flooded Liberty University’s campus for the semester’s first College For A Weekend (CFAW). ...

2.19.2010 | Read More

Convocation takes on missions focus -- globally and here at home

Liberty’s Missions Emphasis Week is taking place Feb. 15-19.

2.17.2010 | Read More

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