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7.24.2008
On Wednesday an independent documentary crew filming for The History Channel stopped by campus to interview Dr. Thomas Ice, Executive Director of the Pre-Trib Research Center and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology.
Teresa Dunham
6.24.2008
Liberty University and its related ministries have produced some acclaimed authors. “Liberty in Print” introduces some new releases by professors and staff.
University Advancement staff
5.2.2008
Former Liberty University Debate Director Brett O’Donnell was the guest of honor at Thursday’s Debate Team awards reception.
Tara Maxwell
4.30.2008
Liberty University’s Chief of Police Randy Smith spent his last day at the reins Wednesday. On Thursday, retired Virginia State Police Capt. Howard Gregory takes over as the new chief.
Mitzi Bible
4.9.2008
Dr. Gary Habermas spoke about suffering at Liberty University's convocation service Wednesday. Habermas is a distinguished research professor of apologetics and philosophy at LU and chairman of the Department of Philosophy and Theology.
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3.19.2008
Dr. Kevin Chiarizzio, Liberty University’s associate professor of music, brass and music education, was a featured performer last week at one of the largest events in the world for trombonists. The Eastern Trombone Workshop (ETW), sponsored by the U.S. Army Band, is held at Brucker Hall — the band’s state-of-the-art performance center —located in historic Fort Myer, Va., across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C.
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3.17.2008
Todd Smith, a professor at Liberty University, recently traveled to England to speak at Oxford University. Smith, director of the Visual Communications Arts program at Liberty, spoke at Saint Hugh’s College, Oxford University, as part of a chapel lecture series focusing on the theme “Dominus Illuminatio Mea” (“The Lord is My Light”), which is the motto of Oxford University.
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3.5.2008
Liberty University's Board of Trustees met on campus Tuesday and received a full report on how the university is doing academically, spriritually and financially. "We had a wonderful day yesterday," LU Chancellor and President Jerry Falwell Jr. announced at Wednesday's convocation service. "They were more thrilled than I have ever seen them and they left here excited."
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3.3.2008
Dr. Ergun Caner, president of Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, was a guest on "The Rick and Bubba Show,” a nationwide radio call-in show, on Feb. 28. From their recording studio in Birmingham, AL, Caner discussed world religions and talked about the Seminary’s degree programs, including the development of a PhD in Theology and Apologetics.
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2.29.2008
Dave Campbell has an important job at Liberty University. He’s part museum host, part recruiter, part student mentor and part athletics booster. Well, he doesn’t hold all those titles officially, but he does step into all those roles on a regular basis.
Mitzi Bible
1.31.2008
Army Master Sergeant and Liberty University Distance Learning Professor Rodney Whaley has qualified to run the 2008 Iditarod Trail Dog Sled Race in Alaska. He is the first Tennessean to ever enter the Iditarod, which begins March 1.
Tara Maxwell
1.11.2008
Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. appeared on CNN on Wednesday, Jan. 9, discussing the 2008 Presidential race. It marked the first time Falwell Jr. had been on network television discussing political issues.
Ron Brown
1.3.2008
President of Liberty University’s Theological Seminary Dr. Ergun Caner brought his charismatic and inspiring style of evangelism to the Xtreme Winter 2007 conferences in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tenn., in late December.
Tara Maxwell
12.20.2007
What compels a man to endure a grueling 1,159-mile trek across ice and snow in the wilds of Alaska, entrusting his life to a team of dogs and his survival skills, all for a relatively small reward and the promise of hardship? For Army Master Sergeant and Liberty University Distance Learning Professor Rodney Whaley, the answer is both complex and simple.
Tara Maxwell
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