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October 2008

LU supporter to receive top award

Liberty University Board of Trustees member Harvey Gainey has been selected as a Civic Leader Award winner and will be honored at the 23rd Annual Governor’s Awards for Arts & Culture (The Guvvys) on Nov. 13 at the Detroit Institute of Art.

10.27.2008 | Read More

Alumni welcomed to Alumni Weekend at convocation

Director of Alumni Relations and Marketing Melissa Small presented the first-ever Outstanding Alumnus Award to Jeremy Emory (Class of 2000), who came to LU and changed his major to pastoral studies with only a semester left before graduation — an act of reliance and bold faith in Christ, she said.

10.24.2008 | Read More

Jerry Falwell Museum adds new exhibit

As the newest addition to the Jerry Falwell Museum, located off the DeMoss Hall Grand Lobby, what once was a storage room has now been transformed into a timeline tribute to the life of the late Dr. Jerry Falwell. With the anticipation of alumni returning to campus in the next few days for Alumni Weekend...

10.23.2008 | Read More

Alumni Weekend begins with Business Executives Day

Alumni Weekend kicked off early Thursday afternoon with the Alumni Business Professionals Networking Fair in the DeMoss Hall grand lobby. Part of the Alumni Business Executives Day, the networking fair joins professional Liberty graduates with Liberty students seeking internships, part-time work and full-time professional careers.

10.23.2008 | Read More

Liberty announces new publishing company

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.

10.23.2008 | Read More

Former LU missions director speaks on obedience

In keeping with Mission Emphasis Week’s theme, “Rescue,” former Liberty University Director of Missions and current CrossWorld minister-at-large Jim O’Neill encouraged the student body to embrace “Operation Obey” in Wednesday’s convocation.

10.22.2008 | Read More

Senator's visit sparks excitement for McCain campaign

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina visited Liberty University on Tuesday to motivate Virginians to join the campaign for McCain. “I’m here because we’re trying to win Virginia,” Graham said. “The positive message of Senator McCain needs to be told.”

10.22.2008 | Read More

Liberty opens new motocross track, dirt bike trails

Seated on two- and four-wheeled vehicles, riders recently hit the dirt, testing out Liberty University’s new motocross track. Nestled in LU’s Jack Mountain property, the wooded arena features numerous doubles, table tops, loops and off-camber turns.

10.21.2008 | Read More

Creation Studies Display gets a new look

When Family and Consumer Sciences professor Ruth Gomes suggested that the Creation Studies display, located in the Science Hall off the DeMoss courtyard, needed a new look, seniors Bethany Turner and Lydia Norton agreed and began coming up with a proposal for the redesign.

10.21.2008 | Read More

Liberty University kicks off Missions Emphasis Week

Liberty University’s Fall Missions Conference is set to kick off Monday with a focus on the disasters that shake up our everyday lives. With the theme of “Rescue,” Missions Emphasis Week (MEW) is set to encourage students to embrace a compassion for spreading the Gospel to the “least reached” people of the world.

10.20.2008 | Read More

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