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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Safety a priority in new projects

Coming soon — Construction for the pedestrian tunnel continues to make headway, and soon it will be open along with the Wards Road Bridge. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

Students, staff anticipate completion of bridge, tunnel Liberty University remains committed to student’s safety with the future openings of the pedestrian bridge and tunnel, according to Liberty […]

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Med school cleared to begin

Tobacco Commission approves grant The Virginia Tobacco Commission approved a $12 million grant to fund Liberty University’s School of Health Sciences and Osteopathic Medicine on Thursday, Sept. 29. With the grant’s approval, Liberty can now proceed with the program. Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. said the university’s matching contribution of $12 …

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Plans for library on the table

Self-check points, virtual browsing option and extra study space are proposed in order to give students better service at new library Liberty University’s students have not yet seen all the changes happening on campus, because in the works are plans for a new library. The new library is still in …

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Changes abound on campus

Above and beyond — Pedestrians will soon have safer options to access  Liberty’s  campus and cross Wards Road. Photo credit: Victoria Pearce

For any returning student, the changes around Liberty University cannot be missed. The former Campus North has been renamed Green Hall. Almost all residential classes have been moved to DeMoss Hall, which now occupies the fourth floor. The seminary has made a similar transition by […]

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