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November 2010

11.30.2010
Liberty University officially began its Christmas festivities Monday night with a “Christmas in Lights” celebration in front of DeMoss Hall. ...
Office of Promotional Publications
11.29.2010
Jessen weighed only two pounds when she was born at a Los Angeles abortion clinic after her 17-year-old biological mother chose to have a late-term saline abortion. ...
Allison Cundiff
11.22.2010
Liberty redshirt senior Sam Chelanga claimed his second consecutive NCAA national title in his final collegiate cross country race on Monday. ...
Liberty Athletics
11.19.2010
Liberty University will undergo an extreme makeover during the next two years. This week Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. announced capital improvement projects, including third and fourth floor DeMoss Hall renovations, a Health Sciences building, an intramural complex, a new visitor’s center, a recreational equestrian center, Campus North additions and an amphitheater. ...
Liberty Champion
11.19.2010
Liberty University Athletics has announced it is adding a field hockey program, with competition slated to start next fall. ...
Liberty Athletics
11.18.2010
Liberty University is partnering with Gleaning for the World to gather food for those in need across Central Virginia. ...
Office of Promotional Publications
11.17.2010
Since 2001, big-name bands have rocked the stage at Liberty University’s Winterfest, a two-day New Year’s festival featuring acclaimed Christian musical artists, dynamic speakers and entertainers. This year thousands will have the chance to see one of Liberty’s own perform.
Allison Cundiff
11.16.2010
Liberty's wireless network offers increased user mobility and improved experience on laptops and mobile devices.
IT staff
11.15.2010
Liberty Athletics has announced that longtime supporters Sherwin and Lora Cook have provided the lead gift for the Cook Tennis Center, soon to be the new operations center for its men's and women's tennis programs. ...
Liberty Athletics
11.12.2010
Liberty University’s Quiz Bowl team scored big again last Saturday, racking up six game wins at the regional Academic Competition Federation tournament hosted by the University of Virginia. Four of the team’s wins were over North Carolina State University (200-35; 220-100; 250-95; 245-25), an Atlantic Coast Conference team. Liberty chalked up its first ACC win when it toppled Duke University earlier this semester. ...
Paul McLinden
11.12.2010
Dr. Boyd C. Rist has been a mainstay at Liberty University for 37 years, serving as a faculty member (he is a Distinguished Professor of History) and as Chair of the Division of Social Sciences, Associate Dean and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dean of the Faculty, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost. In January he will take on a new role as Senior Academic Consultant to the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. ...
University Advancement staff
11.12.2010
Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. was recently featured on NPR's "All Things Considered." ...
Office of Promotional Publications
11.10.2010
Liberty University trains Champions for Christ in many fields ? including dodgeball. Just ask Thomas Hinkley, a 2005 alumnus who recently won the Oct. 30 Richmond Chick-fil-A Charity Dodge Ball Tournament with a group of 10 Liberty staff members and students who call themselves Jerry Jr.’s Boys. ...
Sarah Funderburke
11.10.2010
Military pride was evident at Liberty University as students, faculty, and staff gathered for a special Military Emphasis Week convocation on Wednesday. ...
Sarah Wittcop
11.9.2010
At the Monday Nov. 8 convocation, Lon Solomon told students how he went from being a Jewish seeker, caught up in alcohol, drugs, gambling and immorality, to a sold-out disciple of Jesus Christ and a pastor. Having grown up in a Jewish home, Solomon said, he could only become one of three things: “a doctor, a lawyer or a failure. And being a preacher [was] definitely number three.”
Paul McLinden
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