Parkings lots close due to construction

As Liberty University continues to be blanketed with new and continuing construction projects, the administration will be making a slew of parking changes, primarily around the Reber-Thomas Dining Hall and Bailey Lot, which is between the baseball and football stadiums. The Bailey Lot has 170 parking spaces blocked off because …

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Parking responses

Students and staff have differing views on parking Students, staff and faculty have expressed mixed feelings about the new parking system that has been in effect since the first day of the new semester. Josh Steele, an off-campus senior exercise science major, does not mind the current parking arrangement. “I …

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Parking responses

Liberty University students have returned to a myriad of campus changes, including a new parking system. According to Liberty’s administration the changes are showing promising results and will remain in effect for the following academic year. “The first major part of the change was taking on campus parking spaces (primarily …

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Parking update

In response to complaints from students and faculty regarding alleged parking problems on campus, the Liberty University administration issued a campus-wide survey to commuters. The survey gave the students the option of buying a parking permit for a particular spot in one of the campus’ parking lots. However, according to …

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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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Parking controversy persists

Students, faculty, administration looking for changes With student votes still being calculated from the commuter survey sent to all commuting drivers Monday, Nov. 7, it is unclear as to whether or not Liberty University will be experiencing the proposed parking changes in the spring. Since the beginning of the Fall …

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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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New wheels zip onto campus, for rent

Zipcars live here — a Honda Insight and Scion XB, parked near DeMoss Hall, are available for rent by Liberty students and staff. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

Zipcar program offers students pay-by-the-hour vehicle access This fall, Liberty University is taking part in Zipcar, a company that allows students 18 years and older, as well as faculty and staff, to become members and check out Zipcars to use for hourly or daily rates. On Monday, Sept. 5, this …

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New parking regulations, construction cause growing pains

University plans for centralized classes Rumors of parking garages, no freshman vehicle passes and additional parking lots can be heard throughout Liberty University’s campus as students, staff and faculty fight to find a spot before class. With academic changes ushering in an increase in population in certain areas on campus, …

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From the desk

My little grey SUV felt more like a monster truck as I tried to maneuver myself through the 15-vehicle traffic jam that had, so conveniently, placed itself in the middle of the parking lot. Horns beeping, freshmen dodging angry seniors—not unlike myself—and too many skateboarders reminded me that today was …

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