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December 2007

Students excel on bar exam

When third-year Liberty University law students arrived for fall semester in August 2006, they attended an opening ceremony in which they touched a stone taken from Mt. Sinai, the peak where Moses received the Ten Commandments from God.

12.20.2007 | Read More

Cold courage: LU professor on path to Alaska's great race

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.

12.20.2007 | Read More

Liberty University’s seminary reinstates old name

Liberty Theological Seminary is now Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. The name change was announced by Dr. Ergun Caner, president of the seminary, during the Seminary Christmas Banquet on Dec. 14.

12.19.2007 | Read More

LaHayes back Huckabee for president

Liberty University Board of Trustees members Tim and Beverly LaHaye formally endorsed Republican Mike Huckabee for president at Huckabee’s Des Moines, Iowa, campaign headquarters on Dec. 4. The endorsement followed a pastor’s policy briefing conference attended by the LaHayes and 60 other religious leaders from Iowa.

12.12.2007 | Read More

LU Distance Learning enrollment tops 20,000

The enrollment for Liberty University’s Distance Learning Program on Thursday topped the 20,000 mark for the first time. Registrar Lawrence Shackleton confirmed the enrollment figures in an e-mail to school officials Thursday afternoon.

12.6.2007 | Read More

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