Renovated recreation spot is touching tribute to former student
October 14, 2013 | Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
David’s Place, a new Liberty University campus hotspot, officially opened on East Campus after a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday night. Students and guests packed the facility to explore all the amenities of the recently renovated space. Formerly called the East Campus Clubhouse, the building is now named for David DeMoss, a student who died tragically from a car accident in 1986.
Complimentary food was served, as well as samples from Jamba Juice, a new dining attraction at David’s Place. Video game, pingpong, and corn hole tournaments, as well as a raffle, allowed everyone a chance to earn prizes.
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