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September 2019

Liberty renews sponsorship of NASCAR driver William Byron and No. 24 team

Liberty student and NASCAR driver William Byron and the No. 24 team with Hendrick Motorsports will continue to have Liberty University as a primary sponsor for 12 races in 2020 and 2021. ...

9.19.2019 | Read More

Michael W. Smith visits Liberty University in new role as executive director of Center for Commercial Music

Multi-platinum recording artist Michael W. Smith visited campus this week to meet with administrators and students and set goals for the center. He was a special guest at Convocation and also met separately with music students for a question-and-answer session. ...

9.18.2019 | Read More

Government Moot Court Team moves up to No. 6 in the nation

Liberty celebrates the recent successes of the undergraduate Moot Court Team from the Helms School of Government in landing at No. 6 on a ranking of collegiate teams, up from No. 9 last year. ...

9.17.2019 | Read More

'Home Town' stars share love for Christ, home renovations, and small-town life

With a Convocation visit from the couple behind HGTV’s “Home Town,” Friday’s Convocation encouraged students to share their passions, allow God to use them, and take pride in the place they call home.

9.13.2019 | Read More

Hockey player turned 'Huntress' sharpens her focus through archery sights, video lens

As a former contestant on the Extreme Huntress, an outdoors TV show competition designed to create positive role models for women in the sport of bow hunting, Liberty University junior Danielle Bergen is a natural fit on the Lady Flames’ archery team. ...

9.12.2019 | Read More

Liberty's response: The truth the media refused to print

Document provides omitted statements of Liberty University regarding business transactions recently questioned in media ...

9.12.2019 | Read More

Liberty students complete basic training to become military chaplains

Master of Divinity students from Liberty made up a large portion of the latest class of graduates from a basic training course for chaplains and chaplain candidates held at Fort Jackson U.S. Army Training Center in Columbia, S.C. ... Graduates move one step closer to serving as chaplains in the military and beyond. ...

9.12.2019 | Read More

Candace Owens and husband discuss Brexit, Blexit, and the conservative cause

Liberty University welcomed conservative political commentator Candace (Owens) Farmer and her newlywed husband, George Farmer, a British political activist, to the Convocation stage on Friday. ...

9.6.2019 | | Read More

Former Congressman Robert Hurt named dean of Helms School of Government, Ron Miller to serve as online dean

Liberty University has announced that former U.S Congressman Robert Hurt will take on a new role as dean of the Helms School of Government and Ron Miller will serve as the online dean. ...

9.5.2019 | Read More

Mechanical engineering program receives ABET accreditation

Mechanical engineering is the latest degree program in Liberty's School of Engineering to receive accreditation from ABET, the recognized accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology. ...

9.5.2019 | Read More

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