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Liberty University’s Williams Stadium is currently undergoing a makeover and is expected to have a fresh look before the football team’s first spring practice on March 26.
University Advancement staff
Liberty University’s Missions Emphasis week concluded Friday with missionary Brad Buser speaking to students at Friday’s convocation.
Dominique McKay
Due in part to Liberty University’s tremendous growth in recent years, Lynchburg City Council recently conveyed several acres of land to the university.
Eric Brown
Liberty University welcomed Centra Health’s Lynchburg Family Medicine Residency Program to a newly renovated office and clinical center this week in the lower level of the Plaza shopping center located in mid-town Lynchburg, Va.
University Advancement staff
As grading continues for Liberty University’s artificial ski slope, the incline’s rental fleet is now in storage and ready for use on opening day. Last month, the university inked deals with HEAD and Tube Pro, establishing the two companies as the official suppliers of the slope’s snow sports rental equipment.
Eric Brown
Recently, the university received six new buses from the Greater Lynchburg Transit Company, complete with upgrades that make travelling around campus even more safe and convenient.
Eric Brown
Construction on the new Liberty University-Barnes & Noble bookstore continued through winter break, with workers adding brick to the exterior walls.
University Advancement staff
Liberty University once hoped to build a 125-acre lake on Liberty Mountain for student recreation, but the dream seemed impossible when LU officials learned that Virginia would require them to spend millions in wetland credits to offset the environmental impact.
Teresa Dunham
Students are eagerly awaiting their new Liberty University-Barnes & Noble bookstore  and they should have it by March. Construction on the two-story brick superstore located on Main Campus across from the entrance to Williams Stadium is ongoing.
University Advancement staff
Finals week can often be a stressful time for students as they prepare for winter break. Some residents are finding time to relieve that stress by exercising in Liberty University’s new multi-purpose aerobics room. Recently, workers transformed the old Mountain Frost Creamery ice cream shop at Campus North into a fitness room, complete with a Sprung Floor that is ideal for a variety of physical workouts.
Eric Brown
Anticipation continues to build as crews are diligently grading atop Liberty University's mountain property in preparation for the new year-round ski slope. Slated to open in March, the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Center will be the first artificial incline in the U.S. composed of Snowflex, a multi-layer synthetic material designed to simulate real snow.
Eric Brown
Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. has announced the establishment of Liberty University Press, a full-service publishing company. Liberty University Press gives a writer the opportunity to become a published author and offers benefits that many traditional publishing houses do not.
Steel beams were put into place this week for the framework of Liberty University’s new Barnes & Noble campus bookstore, located on Main Campus across from the entrance to Williams Stadium. Groundwork on the 20,000 square-foot facility started in May. It will nearly double the size of the current bookstore in Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center.
Snowflex, the main ingredient for Liberty University’s year-round ski slope, arrived in bundles of tiles on Monday.
Eric Brown
As Liberty University revs up for Alumni Weekend and the big Homecoming game next month, eight road logos are being painted along University Boulevard this week.
University Advancement staff
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