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1.21.2009
Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. was a guest Wednesday afternoon on the new radio show Liberty Live, broadcast from the LU campus.
Sarah Funderburke
1.7.2009
Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr.’s College Forum editorial titled “Don’t Play Dead” was published in this month’s issue of “Charisma” magazine. He speaks of the actions conservatives should take as Barack Obama becomes our new president.
Mitzi Bible
12.18.2008
Several Liberty University administrative departments at Campus North displayed their Christmas spirit during a Christmas Decoration Contest Thursday. Admissions Processing was the winner by unanimous decision. Workers welcomed the judges into their own version of Santa’s village, decorated in minute detail — from the North Pole Post Office to the Reindeer Stables.
University Advancement staff
12.1.2008
On a spiritual gifts test, Dave Young’s highest scores are for primary leadership, administration and faith. “I guess I am a builder by nature. I like to build programs,” he said. As Dean of Liberty University’s newly formed School of Aeronautics, that’s exactly what Young is doing. He’s piloting a revamped aviation program that has grown from four students to more than 200 in the past few years.
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11.20.2008
Dr. Troy Matthews, assistant professor of Contemporary Issues at Liberty University, has been ranked No. 3 on RateMyProfessors.com’s list of Top Professors of 2008. The website allows students nationwide to rate their professors and post comments about them.
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11.12.2008
Liberty’s annual Fall Communion Service was held Wednesday in the Schilling Center. This year, the interactive, experiential walk-thru service (held during Campus Church in the past) allowed staff and faculty to join students in a memorable worship experience.
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10.28.2008
Jonathan Falwell’s new book “One Great Truth: Finding Your Answers to Life” is about finding sufficiency not in ourselves, but in Christ.
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10.15.2008
Applause filled the Vines Center at Wednesday’s convocation as Liberty University’s own Dr. Ed Hindson took the podium... Hindson’s battle started last winter when medical tests revealed that he had major blockages in five of his main cardiac arteries. He needed open heart surgery, and it initially seemed like the surgery went fine.
Teresa Dunham
10.14.2008
From the time she was a young lady, Macel Falwell, wife of the late Dr. Jerry Falwell, had two dreams in life related to her talents: to play the piano in front of an audience and for people to view her artwork. The first dream was fulfilled as she served for many years as pianist alongside her husband at Thomas Road Baptist Church.
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9.29.2008
Liberty University hosted some of its biggest supporters this past weekend as the Board of Regents convened for its annual on-campus meeting.
Mitzi Bible
9.29.2008
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.
University Advancement staff
9.19.2008
Faculty, staff, students and distinguished guests gathered Friday at Liberty University’s main religion building for the dedication of the new Towns-Alumni Lecture Hall. The new 750-seat lecture hall, named in honor of Liberty co-founder Dr. Elmer Towns, features sloped floors, cushioned chairs and state-of-the-art lighting and acoustics.
Eric Brown
9.17.2008
Liberty University’s Office of Promotional Publications is sponsoring LU Model today and Thursday, to sign up any students, faculty and staff who are willing to be “the new faces of Liberty” by participating in university photo shoots throughout the year.
University Advancement staff
9.10.2008
The Rev. Jonathan Falwell, senior pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church, has been named Vice Chancellor for spiritual affairs at Liberty University.
Mitzi Bible
9.9.2008
Randall Price has spent more than two decades of his life unearthing remnants from Biblical times at archaeological digs in Israel, Greece, Jordan and Rome.
Teresa Dunham
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