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April 2020

Student Activities staff hosts virtual events to strengthen community, looks ahead to fall schedule

Student Activities, which works year-round to connect Liberty University students and assimilate them to residential life through 80-plus on-campus events annually, has met the challenge of continuing to offer online events through the COVID-19 crisis. ...

4.30.2020 | Read More

School of Music students shine in Voices of Tomorrow competition

On April 25, three Liberty University School of Music students landed in the Top 10 in the 2020 NextGen: Finding the Voices of Tomorrow Competition, presented by the American Pops Orchestra. ...

4.30.2020 | Read More

Former George W. Bush assistant speaks on Constitution's timeless values during virtual government classes

Tim Goeglein recently spoke to four classes through Microsoft Teams on a common theme: the Constitution and its relevancy during the COVID-19 era. Goeglein said the pandemic has impacted civil liberties, but that the Constitution remains equally relevant. ...

4.30.2020 | Read More

International summit to feature contributions of School of Engineering dean

Liberty University School of Engineering Dean Mark Horstemeyer is being honored at the Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit for his work in the field of engineering. ...

4.29.2020 | Read More

Worship Collective remains active, increases songwriting during COVID-19 quarantine

Liberty University’s Worship Collective, led by Executive Director Kevin Huguley, is remaining focused on their goal of leading Liberty’s student body in worship despite not being able to do so in person due to COVID-19 restrictions. ...

4.29.2020 | Read More

Liberty Law holds first-ever virtual moot court tournament with students, judges, and alumni from across the U.S.

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, the Liberty University School of Law made unprecedented accommodations in order to host its first-ever virtual moot court competition. ...

4.28.2020 | Read More

Intern makes the most of her time on Capitol Hill during COVID-19 crisis

Brianna Tibbetts, a Liberty politics and policy student interning in the office of U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) through the university’s Washington Fellowship, has grown through the challenges of working during the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

4.28.2020 | Read More

Gandy-Golden selected by Redskins in 4th round of 2020 NFL Draft

Former Liberty Flames standout wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden became the eighth Flames player in program history to be selected in the NFL Draft when the Washington Redskins picked him in the fourth round in Saturday. ...

4.25.2020 | Read More

Pastor Louie Giglio shares how his Atlanta church is loving its neighbors during COVID-19

Liberty University’s online Convocation Friday morning featured Passion City Church Pastor Louie Giglio from Atlanta who encouraged students to allow God to carry all their burdens during the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

4.24.2020 | Read More

Liberty University buys large supply of medical masks for local healthcare workers

A gift of 15,000 KN95 medical masks from Liberty University lessened the strain on healthcare personnel in the area. ...

4.24.2020 | Read More

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