Q&A with the Chancellor

Questions and answers adapted by Ashley Bollinger from an interview conducted by Andrew Claudio of 90.9 The Light. How has the university changed since you were a student? When I was a student, we hiked through the ravine from the dorm circle and up the steep hill to class. The …

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New parking plan presented

Commuter students will have the opportunity to vote on whether a new parking plan designed by the administration will be put into effect next spring. Liberty University’s administration met Friday to address the parking complaints voiced by students and to finalize a solution. Because of the increase of students on …

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Pedestrian tunnel break-through

Liberty University’s in-process pedestrian tunnel, connecting the main campus to Wards Road, finally saw a break-through Tuesday, Oct. 25. Construction workers opened the Wards Road entrance of the pedestrian tunnel with Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. and his wife, Becki, in attendance, […]

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Chancellor announces new library

New state-of-the-art facility to honor late Dr. Jerry Falwell Chancellor of Liberty University Jerry Falwell Jr. announced Friday, Oct. 14, that Liberty University will soon begin construction on the Jerry Falwell Library. The library is part of Liberty’s campus makeover and “will make a statement about our commitment to academic …

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Q & A with Chancellor Falwell

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Q. What was your father’s vision for the university? A. When Liberty was founded, most conservative Christian colleges had facilities that were inferior, athletic teams that were not competitive at high levels and academic program that were unaccredited with narrow course offerings that, for the most part, trained students to …

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Chancellor sets the record straight

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Liberty University Chancellor and President Jerry Falwell Jr. recently questioned the reluctance of a Lynchburg, Va. newspaper to clarify raw U.S. Department of Education federal student aid data the newspaper reported in an article earlier this year. The premise of the March 27 article in The News & Advance was …

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