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Liberty University researchers discover microscopic, rose-like crystals that could lead to various applications

Dr. Hector Medina, professor of mechanical engineering at Liberty University, and his research team recently made an awe-inspiring and beautiful discovery while viewing the results of their study on using acids to create rough surfaces on the metal titanium for…

12 hours ago

Liberty University pays Falwell severance of two years’ salary

Today, Liberty University paid its former president, Jerry Falwell, Jr., the severance owed under his employment contract.  Media reports regarding the size and terms of the severance to be paid upon the employment separation of Liberty University and Mr. Falwell, Jr….

2 days ago

Balanced attack helps Flames Football edge FIU in home opener

Liberty University’s football team defended its turf at Williams Stadium on Saturday afternoon, overcoming a 28-27 deficit heading into the fourth quarter before holding on for a 36-34 home-opening win over Florida International University in a game televised nationally on…

4 days ago

Over 2,200 Liberty University students, staff join Franklin Graham at Prayer March in D.C.

In the heart of Washington, D.C., more than 2,200 Liberty University students and staff walked alongside Franklin Graham, Liberty President Jerry Prevo and his wife, Carol, and thousands more across the National Mall on Saturday — not as a protest…

4 days ago

Flames Football fans gearing up for unique home-opening Game Day

Around Liberty University’s campus, the scene for Saturday’s first home football game of the season against Florida International University (FIU) at 1 p.m. may not resemble the usual Game Day experience, but Liberty’s Athletics and Student Activities departments have found…

6 days ago

Online paralegal program sees jump in students seeking to play a vital role in the legal profession

The paralegal program at Liberty University School of Law has been preparing graduates to enter the legal field since 2011, and the program has seen significant growth since, increasing to over 1,500 students during the 2019-20 academic year. The demand…

7 days ago

Ph.D. graduate who grew up in communist Cuba holds his own graduation ceremony, thanking God for His provision

For seven years, during each visit to Liberty University’s campus for intensives — on-campus courses required as part of his online Ph.D. studies — Daniel Reyes (’20) would walk into Williams Stadium, where Liberty holds its main Commencement ceremony every…

1 week ago

Alumni brothers David and Jason Benham motivate business students to chase their innovative passions while remaining rooted in Christ

Liberty University alumni and successful entrepreneurs David and Jason Benham (’98) brought words of wisdom and insight to School of Business students during a “Redefining Entrepreneurship from the Inside Out” event hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurship at the School…

1 week ago

Moot Court team takes No. 2 spot in nation, highest in program history

The American Moot Court Association (AMCA) has ranked Liberty University’s Moot Court team at No. 2 in the nation for top programs in oral advocacy, a giant leap from its previous season No. 6 ranking. Other notable institutions including Bentley…

1 week ago

Counseling graduate leaves legacy of sharing Christ’s love by caring for others

“Going through life, Cheryl was always the one who held the family together,” said David Massey, about his wife of 36 years. “She really just gave of herself to everybody.” Cheryl’s compassion for others led her to advance her training…

1 week ago
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