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January 2009

1.13.2009
Recently, the university received six new buses from the Greater Lynchburg Transit Company, complete with upgrades that make travelling around campus even more safe and convenient.
Eric Brown
1.13.2009
Students who need a morning dose of caffeine can now indulge in a new beverage option at Liberty Universitys Tilley Student Center  Starbucks Coffee. Tilleys Caf? is serving many of the same beverages found in a full-service Starbucks.
University Advancement staff
1.12.2009
Construction on the new Liberty University-Barnes & Noble bookstore continued through winter break, with workers adding brick to the exterior walls.
University Advancement staff
1.7.2009
Although spring semester classes officially start on Jan. 12, there are hundreds of students on the Liberty University campus this week for intensives.
Mitzi Bible
1.7.2009
Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr., along with board members of Liberty University School of Engineering and Computational Sciences and community leaders, officially christened the school’s new facility, located on the third floor of the Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center, Tuesday.
Eric Brown
1.7.2009
Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr.’s College Forum editorial titled “Don’t Play Dead” was published in this month’s issue of “Charisma” magazine. He speaks of the actions conservatives should take as Barack Obama becomes our new president.
Mitzi Bible
1.6.2009
During the Christmas season, members of the Salvation Army can be seen outside stores, ringing bells beside a red kettle in hopes of receiving donations for families in need. Recently, more than 340 members of Liberty University’s faculty, staff and students gave of their time to help the non-profit’s local chapter with its annual Christmas Red Kettle campaign.
University Advancement staff
1.6.2009
Liberty University Online is among the nation’s Top 10 online colleges for the second year in a row.
University Advancement staff
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