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8.22.2008
Crews are currently clearing an area of land located behind Campus North in preparation of Liberty’s upcoming tennis center. Once the bulk grading is completed, construction will begin on a new 12-court complex, accommodating the university’s NCAA Division I men’s and women’s tennis teams.
Eric Brown
8.19.2008
As students started back to classes this week, they have no doubt noticed a flurry of activity on what used to be a parking lot at the main entrance to campus. The whirring sounds of large machines and the sight of dust clouds in the air have been coming from the site of Liberty University's new Barnes & Noble bookstore...
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8.12.2008
Larry Herr has never stepped foot on the Liberty University campus, but he's left a large footprint there, nonetheless.
Mitzi Bible
8.8.2008
The parking lot below David’s Place (the building that houses Liberty University’s Center for Worship and the Department of Ministry Teams) is getting a long-awaited facelift. Crews have been laying gravel and doing curbing work this week. Paving is set to begin on Aug. 13 and the project is expected to be completed by Aug. 18, the first day of the fall semester.
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7.29.2008
The main entrance to Liberty University's B.R. Lakin School of Religion is being renovated, with added columns and steps to create a Jeffersonian-style façade similar to the nearby Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center.
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7.22.2008
Finishing touches are now being made to a new townhome for resident directors, located off Champion Circle. The two-story building, with two apartments, will provide housing to three RDs, allowing them to be more centrally located to the students they serve. The townhome increases the number of RDs on campus to 26, decreasing the RD-to-student ratio.
University Advancement staff
7.18.2008
Third floor construction on the Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center is coming along smoothly.
Teresa Dunham
7.15.2008
Liberty University’s new Towns-Alumni Ministry Training Center will unveil its spacious 750-seat lecture hall with optimal sound and lighting features for students in mid-August.
Teresa Dunham
7.11.2008
Barnes & Noble is the ultimate haven for book enthusiasts — and soon Liberty University students won’t even have to leave campus to get their dose of the trendy café atmosphere.
Teresa Dunham
7.11.2008
A new Student Union area will include a stage, couches, tables, a few televisions and other furnishings for a large but cozy hang-out space. The space will have a similar feel to Thomas Road Baptist Church’s Main Street area.
Teresa Dunham
7.10.2008
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
7.10.2008
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
7.10.2008
Work on a perimeter road around the west side of campus is almost complete.
University Advancement staff
7.3.2008
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
6.30.2008
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
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