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Promotion ceremony for Army Reserves chaplain, former Liberty dean held in on-campus Chaplains Museum

In a Friday afternoon ceremony held within the Chaplains Museum, located in the terrace level of Liberty University’s Jerry Falwell Library, U.S. Army Reserve Chaplain (Lieutenant Colonel) Mark A. Tinsley was promoted to the rank of colonel, with his family…

3 days ago

Athletics Hall of Famer Quarles to serve as Team USA coach at Olympic Games in Paris

Delethea Quarles (’90), a two-time All-American heptathlete for Liberty University’s track & field team who was inducted into Liberty’s Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014, will make her first Olympic appearance as a Team USA coach at the Summer Games…

3 days ago

Liberty alumnus uses testimony to start ministry for pastoral efficacy in addiction crisis

Battling drug addiction, attending and failing 15 recovery programs, and completely rejecting Christ are just a few of the hurdles in Liberty University alumnus Matthias “Matty” Ponce-de-leon’s transformational faith journey. During his time of intense darkness, he never thought he…

3 days ago

Team of Liberty graduate students wins first Effie Collegiate Competition in Ad Team history

A team of four Liberty University graduate students from the Department of Strategic & Personal Communication’s Ad Team earned the program’s first-ever victory at the Effie Collegiate Competition in May, taking with them the invaluable experience of interacting with industry…

4 days ago

Film scoring alumna wins Best Score at Brussels International Film Festival

Following a win for Best Score at the Brussels International Film Festival and recognitions at others for their short film “Sam,” Elizabeth Killmon (’23), her co-composer, Jake Rahm, and director Laura Palacio (‘23), are seeking to glorify God through their…

4 days ago

‘Mrs. Mary’ of Liberty Dining retires after 28 years of service

Mary “Mrs. Mary” Abbitt retired in May after being a cook for Liberty University Dining for 28 years, during which she was loved by students, staff, and faculty alike and left a profound impact on all she served. Abbitt was…

5 days ago

LU Cyber Camp prepares next generation for careers in computer science

Liberty University’s Center for Cyber Excellence hosted the LU Cyber Day Camp from June 24-28, offering high school students the opportunity to gain practical experience in the field of cybersecurity. Liberty’s Center for Cyber Excellence, part of the School of…

5 days ago

Liberty hires LeCroy as Flames’ new head baseball coach

After leading VCU to the Atlantic 10 Championship and following successful assistant coaching stints in the ACC and SEC, Bradley LeCroy has been named Liberty University’s new head baseball coach. LeCroy, who becomes the eighth head coach in program history,…

6 days ago

Liberty student places third, two others semifinalists at national singing competition

Three rising juniors from Liberty University traveled to Knoxville, Tenn., last month as semifinalists in the annual National Student Auditions, a competition organized by the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), featuring singers in the same age group from…

1 week ago

Liberty University to participate in Virginia Private College Week 2024

    This month, prospective college students and families from all over the Commonwealth are invited to tour Liberty University’s campus and attend information sessions on admissions, financial aid, academic programs, and extracurricular activities during Virginia Private College Week, July 15-20….

2 weeks ago
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