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7.23.2015
Jim Arrigon, a tremendously successful collegiate equestrian coach in Kentucky and Ohio over the past 30 years, will move from his family’s horse farm near Oxford, Ohio, to serve as the new Executive Director for Liberty University’s Equestrian Center. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
7.14.2015
A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 14, celebrated the opening of the Liberty Mountain Medical Group (LMMG), a new Lynchburg primary care medical clinic on Wards Road in the K-Mart shopping center. ...
Liberty University News Service
7.2.2015
This summer, Liberty’s Planning and Construction Department (P&C) is working to improve traffic flow on campus for the upcoming fall semester by constructing a roundabout and expanding roadways. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
5.22.2015
The 10-month project, started in March, is being completed by Lynchburg's Glass & Associates, Inc., the same company that built the original structure in 2005 and the Hancock Welcome Center in 2012 before expanding the LaHaye Student Union last year. ...
Liberty University News Service
5.19.2015
A Liberty University-owned hotel on Candlers Mountain Road was recently remodeled and officially became the Fairfield Inn & Suites on Monday, May 18. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
4.3.2015
Liberty University Athletics held a special dedication ceremony as part of the grand opening of the new softball facility, which will be called Kamphuis Field at Liberty Softball Stadium in honor of Dwayne Kamphuis. ...
Liberty University Athletics
3.16.2015
Liberty University has begun preliminary work on a new four-story, 150,000-square-foot student center, which is scheduled to open Fall 2016. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
2.26.2015
Liberty University's LaHaye Ice Center, home to the men's and women's hockey teams and figure skating and synchronized skating teams, will undergo a major renovation, scheduled to start March 15 and be completed by the beginning of the Spring 2016 semester. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
2.7.2015
Engineers and planners for the vehicular tunnel that runs under Norfolk Southern railroad tracks on Liberty University's western border were presented a Grand Award for the project Thursday at the 2015 Engineering Excellence Awards. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
1.26.2015
Students and faculty of Liberty University's rapidly expanding Department of Biology & Chemistry as well as the Department of Health Professions began utilizing the new Science Hall at the start of the 2015 spring semester. ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
1.5.2015
The L-shaped Residential Commons II is currently taking shape. ...
Liberty University News Service
12.31.2014
Liberty University's School of Music, which is planning to open a new Center for Music and the Worship Arts next fall, has restructured its degree offerings to better equip its 1,200-plus students to utilize their gifts in their chosen career fields. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
11.26.2014
As its more than 7,000-acre campus continues to thrive, Liberty University’s economic value to the greater Lynchburg area has increased exponentially, according to a recenty study by Mangum Economic Consulting LLC, based in Richmond, Va. ...
Liberty University News Service
11.25.2014
Recent repairs and renovations have been made to the prayer chapel to better accommodate students as well as future brides and grooms. Special care was taken to preserve its history and retain its quaint, intimate setting. ...
Liberty University News Service
11.3.2014
One of the world's most influential Christian recording artists, Chris Tomlin, visited Liberty University's Convocation on Monday to host an album release party for his latest project, "Love Ran Red." ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
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