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December 2008

Chancellor Falwell awards scholarship to kindergartener

Most kindergarteners are not yet thinking about their college education, but Simon Nolen from Appomattox Primary School in Appomattox, Va., is way ahead of the game. During an American Red Cross “Quarters That Care Campaign,” Simon’s name was drawn for the first-place prize in a Red Cross student giveaway — a four-year scholarship to Liberty University worth nearly $60,000.

12.17.2008 | Read More

Liberty hosts National Guard Christmas party

Liberty University hosted a National Guard holiday program on Saturday, Dec. 13. The First Battalion 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team held its holiday program, which consisted of a dinner and an information fair, in the Liberty Schilling Center and Reber-Thomas Dinning Hall.

12.13.2008 | Read More

Archaeology course takes students to Dead Sea site

Four Liberty University students started working as “archaeologists in training” in Israel on Dec. 5 under the supervision of Dr. Randall Price, Director of Excavations and Executive Director of LU’s new Center for Judaic Studies.

12.12.2008 | Read More

Music Department presents Christmas concert

The Liberty University Department of Music & Humanities presented “A Classical Christmas” at Heritage United Methodist Church in Lynchburg Wednesday night. The concert included traditional Christmas carols performed by the Liberty University Chamber Singers, Brass Chamber ensembles and select faculty.

12.11.2008 | Read More

FROM LICKS TO KICKS: Ice cream shop now used for kickboxing, other fitness classes

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.

12.10.2008 | Read More

Student Alumni Association hosts Christmas Rhythm party

Liberty University’s Student Alumni Association (SAA) gave students a chance to take a break during exam week Tuesday at its inaugural Christmas Rhythm party from 7-10 p.m. at the Tilley Student Center.

12.10.2008 | Read More

Liberty's accreditation status reaffirmed

The entire Liberty University community received an early Christmas present this week when the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC) accepted the university’s monitoring report addressing ongoing concerns with respect to the accreditation standard involving the identification of college-level competencies and the extent to which graduates have attained them.

12.10.2008 | Read More

Ring in the New Year with Jeremy Camp at Liberty

Christian recording artist Jeremy Camp is returning to Liberty University for Winterfest 2008 — and as his recently released album states, he is “Speaking Louder Than Before.” Camp will take the stage on New Year’s Eve along with Sanctus Real and Stellar Kart just before the start of 2009.

12.9.2008 | Read More

Students treated to free kettle corn during finals week

As Christmas quickly approaches, students are receiving a special gift during finals week from Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. and his wife, Becki. Free bags of kettle corn are being distributed this week outside the Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center.

12.8.2008 | Read More

Frazee Triplets Featured in USA Today

Liberty women’s basketball seniors Megan, Molly and Moriah Frazee were featured in a Dec. 2 “USA Today” feature article.

12.8.2008 | Read More

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