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June 2009

History class hosts WWII ‘Band of Brothers’ vet

The Liberty University campus was honored by a visit from Don Malarkey, WWII veteran from the elite Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division on Monday, June 29. ...

6.29.2009 | Read More

Liberty purchases Campus East property

Liberty University has purchased 19 residence halls, a clubhouse and gym on Campus East for $20.5 million. ...

6.29.2009 | Read More

Sweet land of Liberty: Williams Stadium hosts Celebrate America

Thousands ascended on the Liberty University campus Sunday for Celebrate America, Thomas Road Baptist Church’s annual celebration of America’s independence. ...

6.29.2009 | Read More

Campus swarms with campers this summer

One would expect a college campus to be vacant during summer break, but that’s not the case at Liberty University. Several camps and conferences for young people are keeping Liberty a hub of activity in Central Virginia. ...

6.25.2009 | Read More

Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine visits campus

Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine spoke on the role of governor Thursday during the Boys State of Virginia program held at Liberty University’s Vines Center.

6.25.2009 | Read More

Student gears up for South Boston race

One Liberty University student can truly say he is on the fast track to success. Stephen Berry will take his place behind the wheel July 3 in a NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race at South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Va. His car is being sponsored by Liberty University Online. ...

6.25.2009 | Read More

More alumni chapters sprout up; Dallas chapter launches at Prestonwood

With chapters in Washington, D.C., Burlington, N.C., San Diego, Calif., Hampton Roads, Va., and many more, the Alumni Relations Office is poised to achieve its goal of launching 15 active chapters by the end of 2009. ...

6.23.2009 | Read More

New policy will govern Liberty’s political clubs

Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. has instituted a new policy that sets forth regulations for all political clubs wishing to operate on campus. ...

6.23.2009 | Read More

Liberty announces new soccer/track stadium

Liberty announced today plans to build a new stadium for Liberty’s soccer and track and field programs, which will be named Osborne Stadium. ...

6.16.2009 | Read More

Popular 1970s administrator was crucial to LU’s academic success

Dr. J. Gordon (Jim) Henry, former teacher, Academic Dean and later Vice President of Academic Affairs at Liberty University, visited campus on Monday, presenting Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. with several items for the school archives. ...

6.16.2009 | Read More

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