Liberty News


September 2008

Debate team members (left to right): Kate Lacaze, Catherine Hardee, Melanie Darling, Beau Troxclair

Fresh off their victory at Georgia State University, the Liberty Debate team travelled to Clarion University last week where they extended an impressive early-season streak, winning both the varsity and novice divisions. The Flames finished the preliminary rounds with the top seed in varsity, junior varsity and novice — advancing 13 of their 15 teams to the elimination rounds.

9.30.2008 | Read More

Voter registration drive nets media attention

Media interest in Liberty University’s campus-wide campaign to register student voters locally is gaining momentum.

9.30.2008 | Read More

Board of Regents assemble for annual meeting

Liberty University hosted some of its biggest supporters this past weekend as the Board of Regents convened for its annual on-campus meeting.

9.29.2008 | Read More

Jerry Falwell Legacy Society honors new members

The newest members of the Jerry Falwell Legacy Society at Liberty University were presented with framed certificates at the Chancellor’s Legacy Dinner Saturday night at Campus North.

9.29.2008 | Read More

Board of Trustees member Bailey Smith speaks at convo

The late Dr. Jerry Falwell once called evangelist Dr. Bailey Smith one of the all-time great evangelists.

9.29.2008 | Read More

Students participate in Fitness Boot Camp

Finding time to exercise can be challenging for any student during the course of the semester. Liberty University Fitness is helping students remain active and physically fit with the return of its Fitness Boot Camp.

9.29.2008 | Read More

Materials arrive for future artificial ski slope

Snowflex, the main ingredient for Liberty University’s year-round ski slope, arrived in bundles of tiles on Monday.

9.29.2008 | Read More

Voter registration drive nets 3,200 forms

Liberty University’s campus-wide campaign to register student voters locally has sparked such a vast response that LU called in reinforcements to help count the submitted forms.

9.26.2008 | Read More

Campus artists perform at the new Tilley Student Center

Student Activities sponsored the first Campus Artist Series of the semester Wednesday night in the new Tilley Student Center, showcasing some of the best musical talent on campus. The free concert featured campus bands Stay Seventeen, And Get Up Soldier and Oh Captain.

9.26.2008 | Read More

Students present Chancellor Falwell gifts from Mexico

The Falwells will soon add some Latin-American flavor to their home. Students whose parents are missionaries in Mexico presented several gifts from the country to Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. and his wife, Becki, on Friday to show their appreciation for scholarships to attend LU. Among the gifts were a plate from Puebla, a teakwood tray, Oaxaca pottery and a hand-painted coaster set. The sophomore and junior students were Katie Smith, Aaron Johnson, Andrea Flagg, Vasti Ortega, and Emily Boyter.

9.26.2008 | Read More

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