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7.18.2014
Several smaller projects are taking place all across campus, enhancing existing facilities and adding to Liberty's already robust student life, and academic, athletic, and recreational offerings. ...
Liberty University News Service
6.27.2014
Liberty University recently announced plans for a 252-foot Campus Landmark Tower that will serve as an exclamation point to Liberty's half-billion-dollar makeover of its main campus. ...
Liberty University News Service
6.27.2014
Liberty University students and staff logged the most hours in this spring's Live Healthy Lynchburg Strive for Five competition and now it is time for employees to sign up for the 100 Mile Challenge in preparation for the Sept. 27 Virginia 10 Miler and 4 Miler runs. ...
Liberty University News Service
6.12.2014
Two major selling points for Liberty University’s softball program — its new stadium and its head coach, Olympic gold medalist Dot Richardson — left members of the USA Women's National Team awestruck on Tuesday. ...
Liberty University News Service
5.7.2014
On Thursday, May 8, at 6 p.m. Liberty University opened its new vehicular tunnel on Wards Road and closed the at-grade railroad crossing near Sonic indefinitely. ...
Liberty University News Service
4.11.2014
On April 11, Liberty University broke ground on its new Center for Music & the Performing Arts. ...
Liberty University News Service
4.1.2014
On Tuesday, April 1, Liberty University President Jerry Falwell did the first test drive through the university’s new vehicular tunnel, which will be open to traffic May 9, in time for Commencement weekend. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
3.29.2014
Uplifted by a record-setting crowd of over 4,000, Liberty University’s men’s lacrosse team surged past North Carolina State University early Saturday morning in the second annual 'Blackout' game on the recently expanded Liberty Lacrosse Fields. ...
Liberty University News Service
3.28.2014
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. announced at Wednesday’s Convocation that demolition of the school’s current fine arts hall, Teacher Education hall, and science hall (all located behind Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center) would be taking place sooner than expected to allow the major campus reconstruction to continue. ...
Liberty University News Service
1.15.2014
Liberty celebrated the grand opening of its new Jerry Falwell Library on Jan. 15 before more than 400 invited guests. The Wednesday morning event was broadcast live to more than 10,000 residential students in the Vines Center for Convocation and to countless others online. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
1.13.2014
Liberty will celebrate the grand opening of the $50 million, 170,000-square-foot Jerry Falwell Library with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Jan. 15, beginning at 10 a.m. Students will view the event live from the Vines Center during the first Convocation of the semester. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
12.24.2013
Construction is progressing on a 67,000-square-foot addition to Liberty University's primary workout facility, the LaHaye Student Union. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
11.11.2013
Construction of Liberty University's new vehicular tunnel made headway on Monday as the digging phase commenced. President Jerry Falwell, Jr. was on site to push the button that started the hydraulic pumps, making history in the process. ...
By Mitzi Bible/Liberty University News Service
11.1.2013
The first of six nine-story residence halls planned for the Liberty University campus is taking shape, now towering over the Vines Center (the school's basketball arena) and the older residence halls nearby. ...
By Lena Wakim/Liberty University News Service
10.17.2013
Construction workers began tearing down the former baseball operations center at Liberty University on Monday, the final project in the demolition of Worthington Stadium, the former home of Flames Baseball. ...
Liberty University News Service
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