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A crane lifted heavy equipment onto the roof of The Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center at Liberty University this week. All four floors were shut down for four hours Wednesday while construction continues on the third floor.
University Advancement staff
Those driving along U.S. 29 near Liberty University will soon see a major commercial project start to take shape, ultimately bringing new businesses to Central Virginia by 2011.
Eric Brown
Work on a perimeter road around the west side of campus is almost complete.
University Advancement staff
Motorists driving on U.S. 460 in Lynchburg can now see a sign designating the highway as the Jerry Falwell Parkway—a tribute by Virginia lawmakers to honor the life and legacy of the late Dr. Jerry Falwell Sr.
University Advancement staff
The result of a resolution passed by Virginia lawmakers culminated at Williams Stadium on Sunday as thousands attending the Celebrate America event witnessed a special tribute to the life and legacy of the late Dr. Jerry Falwell Sr.
Eric Brown
Construction on the new fountain in front of Liberty University's Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center, the main academic building on campus, is nearing completion as workers put water in it for the first time last week.
Mitzi Bible
Construction started this week at the parking lot near the School of Religion on Liberty’s main campus, as workers make way for a new Barnes & Noble bookstore.
University Advancement staff
Most students are gone for summer, but Dorm 23 is far from quiet. Work crews are currently renovating inside the early 1980s facility – and the complete upgrade will provide new floors, sprinkler systems, a fresh paint job, a change in closet design, and a bathroom and shower overhaul.
Teresa Dunham
Liberty University officials on Thursday dedicated the site of a future LU School of Aeronautics training facility at Lynchburg Regional Airport. Thursday’s ceremony also served as the official kickoff of a $10 million fundraising drive to finance the new 56,000-square-foot building, airplanes and support facilities.
Ron Brown
Liberty University students using the library and computer labs in the DeMoss Learning Center have had to change their routes as some stairwells have been blocked due to construction on the third floor. But these minor inconveniences will be well worth it when the 45,669 square feet of expanded computer lab and study space becomes available in the fall.
Mitzi Bible
Finishing touches are being put on Doc’s Diner, the newest eating establishment on the Liberty University campus. The diner, which is named after the late Dr. Jerry Falwell, is scheduled to open exclusively to LU students from April 24 to May 8.
Mitzi Bible
Lynchburg's Planning Commission puts rezoning requests on hold.
Ron Brown
Liberty University co-founder Dr. Elmer Towns sees himself teaching 900 students in a classroom, while simultaneously teaching 9,000 students from all over the world using the Internet. His vision will be nearer to reality this fall when construction is completed on the Towns/Alumni Ministry Training Center.
Tara Maxwell
Liberty University is partnering with the city of Lynchburg and local businesses to enhance the beauty of the U.S. 460/U.S. 29 corridor near the school. LU hired landscape architect Proctor Harvey to design more than 20 gardens that would beautify the roadway and the campus.
Ron Brown
Most recently used as office space (the late Dr. Jerry Falwell's office is there), some rooms are now undergoing restoration. There are plans to restore the house to the way it was in the 1920s, when it was home to U.S. Sen. Carter Glass.
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