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11.11.2013
Construction of Liberty University's new vehicular tunnel made headway on Monday as the digging phase commenced. President Jerry Falwell, Jr. was on site to push the button that started the hydraulic pumps, making history in the process. ...
By Mitzi Bible/Liberty University News Service
11.1.2013
The first of six nine-story residence halls planned for the Liberty University campus is taking shape, now towering over the Vines Center (the school's basketball arena) and the older residence halls nearby. ...
By Lena Wakim/Liberty University News Service
10.17.2013
Construction workers began tearing down the former baseball operations center at Liberty University on Monday, the final project in the demolition of Worthington Stadium, the former home of Flames Baseball. ...
Liberty University News Service
9.26.2013
Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, Liberty University’s year-round skiing, snowboarding, and tubing facility, will hold a grand opening for its four new tubing runs at a Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 5, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. ...
Liberty University News Service
7.19.2013
One of the technological highlights of Liberty University's new $50 million Jerry Falwell Library, currently under construction, is its high-tech robotic book retrieval system. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
6.27.2013
Liberty University employees are settling into their new home in the former Sears building at River Ridge Mall. About 675 employees are being relocated from Green Hall to the new site, which the university purchased last year for $6.9 million. ...
Liberty University News Service
2.26.2013
Campus facility upgrades have transformed Liberty University in dramatic ways over the past decade, including a major overhaul of the school's Club Sports facilities, paralleling the modernization and expansion of its NCAA programs. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
2.23.2013
Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. threw the ceremonial first pitch in the Flames' new baseball stadium on Saturday, as the crowd of more than 2,500 erupted in cheers, christening the facility and supporting the home team in its first game in its new home. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
2.5.2013
Construction workers are bustling about the site of Liberty University's new baseball stadium, which is on schedule to accommodate fans for the Flames' home opener against Penn State on Feb. 22. ...
Liberty University News Service
1.28.2013
Construction on the Jerry Falwell Library hit an important milestone on Monday, as the last steel beam to support the 170,000-square-foot structure was put in place. ...
Liberty University News Service
1.24.2013
Liberty University began demolition Thursday on one of its oldest residence halls, bidding farewell to an important part of its history, but elevating the quality of campus life for students by kicking off a massive housing project that calls for an eight-story high-rise residence tower. ...
Mitzi Bible/Liberty University News Service
12.14.2012
The Hancock Welcome Center, Liberty University’s newest landmark, opened for an entire day of celebration on Friday, starting with a ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. ...
Liberty University News Service
11.9.2012
Liberty University broke ground on its new Center for Medical and Health Sciences Friday. ...
By Mitzi Bible/Liberty University News Service
11.5.2012
Ben Stein returned to Liberty University Monday, speaking in Convocation about the moral crisis that faces America. ...
By Bethany Pico/Liberty University News Service
10.31.2012
Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. announced in Wednesday’s Convocation the construction of a new eight-story tower residence hall to take the place of current residence halls 1-4 on Liberty’s Champion Circle, beginning next semester. ...
Liberty University News Service
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