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February 2014

Liberty students spread love for literacy at local elementary school

Liberty University School of Education students partnered with Flames student-athletes on Thursday, Feb. 27, for Literacy Alive Day at Linkhorne Elementary School, an event organized by Liberty's chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the national education honor society. ...

2.28.2014 | | Read More

Liberty board member named to '70 Most Influential' black Christian list

Dr. Allen McFarland, vice chairman of the Liberty University Board of Trustees and a theology professor at Liberty, was recently listed as one of the 70 Most Influential Black Christian History Makers for 2012-13 by the Black Christian News Network. ...

2.28.2014 | Read More

Proud parent shares piece of Liberty with Antarctica

Liberty University parent Maj. David Panzera planted a piece of Liberty at the South Pole this winter. ...

2.28.2014 | Read More

Liberty buys out local theater for 'Son of God' premiere

Liberty booked all 14 screens at the local Regal River Ridge Stadium 14 for the "Son of God" premiere — about 2,500 seats in all — to give students the opportunity to watch the debut free of charge. ...

2.28.2014 | | Read More

Chinese delegation tours campus, meets with university leaders

Liberty University welcomed a delegation from China on Wednesday, including pastors at some of China's largest churches, businessmen, and a representative from the country’s religious affairs department. ...

2.27.2014 | Read More

Liberty mourns the loss of professor/alumnus killed in car accident

In Wednesday's Convocation, Liberty University mourned the loss of one of its own, alumnus Josh Allen (’09), who was killed Monday night in a car accident in New Mexico. ...

2.27.2014 | Read More

Expert on Israeli land rights speaks at law school

During an alternate Convocation in the Liberty University School of Law’s Supreme Courtroom Wednesday, Canadian lawyer Dr. Jacques Gauthier presented his 1,300-page thesis on Israel's right to the land within the precepts of international law. ...

2.26.2014 | Read More

Best-selling Christian author Karen Kingsbury visits Liberty

America's top author of Christian fiction Karen Kingsbury told students in Liberty University's Convocation on Wednesday that we only get one chance to take the "finite number of pages in our stories" and write a story that will impact the world. ...

2.26.2014 | | Read More

Three Liberty hockey teams head to national championships

For the first time in Liberty University Club Sports history, the Flames Hockey program will send three of its five teams to the American Collegiate Hockey Association National Championships in March. ...

2.26.2014 | Read More

Digital Arts students shine at local ADDY awards

Students from Liberty University's Department of Studio and Digital Arts topped all the schools in the region at the Western Virginia Student ADDY Award competition Saturday, Feb. 22, in Roanoke, Va., bringing home 20 gold and 20 silver awards. ...

2.25.2014 | Read More

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