Liberty News


January 2009

Liberty photographer places in contest

Jordan Crossingham, a photographer with Liberty’s University Advancement office, was a runner-up in the 2008 Ritz Capture Your World Photo Contest for her black-and-white photograph of two Liberty students, Tre Falwell and Jeremy White, enjoying an end-of-the-year picnic at the Falwell farm in May 2008.

1.30.2009 | Read More

Alumnus speaks at Friday's convocation

Pastor Chris Williamson, who graduated from LU about 19 years ago, spoke at Friday’s convocation service in the Vines Center. Williamson is currently the head pastor at Strong Tower Bible Church in Franklin, Tenn.

1.30.2009 | Read More

Lynchburg City Council returns property to Liberty

Due in part to Liberty University’s tremendous growth in recent years, Lynchburg City Council recently conveyed several acres of land to the university.

1.30.2009 | Read More

High attendance is mark of a booming season

The growing support for Liberty University’s men’s basketball team was clearly illustrated last Saturday by an abundance of fans.

1.29.2009 | Read More

Liberty University cuts tuition rates for 2009-10

Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. has announced that Liberty University will be cutting tuition for the 2009-10 academic year by nearly $6 million in an effort to make college more affordable for both its new and existing students.

1.28.2009 | Read More

Students, alumni invited to CPAC in Washington, D.C.

A large number of Liberty University students took a stand for their conservative beliefs during election season — and now LU is encouraging everyone to stay involved by attending the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C.

1.28.2009 | Read More

Pastor Jonathan Falwell speaks at Wednesday's convocation

Jonathan Falwell, senior pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church, encouraged students at Wednesday’s convocation to be “authentic” and practical Christians.

1.28.2009 | Read More

Phill Kline joins Liberty University School of Law

Former Kansas attorney general Phillip D. Kline joined the faculty of Liberty University School of Law this month as a visiting assistant professor.

1.28.2009 | Read More

Liberty resident director wins Super Bowl trip

Two Liberty University Flames are headed to see the Steelers take on the Cardinals at the Super Bowl this weekend, and they are not paying a dime for their tickets or VIP treatment.

1.28.2009 | Read More

Liberty University Online breaks the 30K mark

Monday afternoon a rare hush fell over the Liberty University Online offices as staff fled their cubicles to celebrate another major milestone — 30,000 online students — reached Friday at 3:30 p.m.

1.27.2009 | Read More

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