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Liberty University ramps up for its 50th Anniversary celebration

The first signs of a major yearlong 50th Anniversary celebration planned for Liberty University could be seen on Friday as workers began installing signs on campus buildings. On Monday, the university launched its anniversary website with a timeline, memories from…

3 hours ago

Liberty graduate, cancer survivor thankful for school’s firm foundation while battling illness

Through painful chemotherapy treatments and multiple surgeries, Liberty University Online Programs graduate Christy Adams (’21) found her college experience to be one of God’s greatest gifts in one of the darkest seasons of her life. “I felt like Liberty was…

3 days ago

Former Liberty Track & Field competitor prepared for second Olympics appearance

Former Liberty University All-American Alejandro Perlaza Zapata will represent Colombia at the Summer Olympics for the second time, beginning with his heat in the men’s 400 dash Saturday evening at the Japan National Stadium in Tokyo. Perlaza Zapata, who previously…

5 days ago

Liberty Spanish professor, recent graduate receive Fulbright grants to teach and research abroad

Dr. Andrew Milacci, an associate professor of Spanish from Liberty’s College of Arts and Sciences, and alumnus Joseph Anguiano (’21), who received a Master of Arts in Teaching – Secondary Education from Liberty University Online Programs, have received Fulbright grants…

6 days ago

Commonwealth Games at Liberty University kindle Olympic spirit in amateur athletes

As a parade of hundreds of amateur athletes poured into Williams Stadium to participate in Friday night’s Opening Ceremonies for the 32nd annual Virginia Commonwealth Games’ Main Games Weekend at Liberty University, a healthy spirit of competition returned to campus…

7 days ago

Liberty University alumnus and pentathlete gears up to represent his home country of Guatemala at the Olympics

Liberty University alumnus Charles Fernandez’s 12-year journey in pursuit of Olympic dreams will culminate Aug. 5-7 in Tokyo when he represents Guatemala in the modern pentathlon at the Summer Games. Fernandez, a former Flames swimmer who graduated with degrees in…

1 week ago

Liberty cyclist rides to silver, gold medals at track nationals

Bethany Matsick, a graduate engineering student on Liberty University’s cycling team, never dreamed she would be a silver and gold medalist at this past week’s USA Cycling Elite Track National Championships. A competitive swimmer through high school, she rode her…

1 week ago

Flames Baseball celebrates two players headed to the big leagues

With the selection of Fraser Ellard and Will Wagner in last week’s Major League Baseball Draft, Liberty University’s baseball team has now had 73 players drafted during the 48-year history of its program. The Flames have had at least one player…

2 weeks ago

Liberty students take the Gospel to Ecuador during two-month internship

Through Liberty University’s Spanish Institute (LUSI) in partnership with LU Send, 49 students spent eight weeks in Ecuador this summer where they interned at various churches and organizations while sharing the love of Christ and experiencing the culture of the…

2 weeks ago

Liberty team wins national 24-hour audio challenge for second straight year

Putting their skills to use in audio writing, recording, and editing on the clock, a team of four students representing Liberty University’s Department of Digital Media and Journalism (DMAJ) won first place in the Intercollegiate National Religious Broadcasters (iNRB) 24-hour…

2 weeks ago
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