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December 2009

Liberty team finalist in economics competition

Liberty University’s College Fed Challenge team was a finalist in a regional competition held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Va., on Oct. 26.

12.14.2009 | Read More

Student takes on snowboarding challenge at Snowflex Centre

Mark Simpson may not be able to walk, but he definitely can snowboard. Born in Bombay, India, with deformed legs, Simpson suffered many medical complications before finally having his legs amputated in 2005 at the age of 17. Now in his freshman year at Liberty University, he recently decided to get out of his wheelchair and try snowboarding at the school’s new year-round ski slope. ...

12.11.2009 | Read More

Liberty receives top level of accreditation

Chancellor Jerry Falwell announced on Wednesday that Liberty University has received Level VI accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). This is the highest classification from SACS and is reserved for colleges and universities that offer four or more doctoral degrees.

12.10.2009 | Read More

Seminary plans move to old TRBC

Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. announced in convocation Wednesday morning that LU’s Board of Trustees had recently voted to purchase the old Thomas Road Baptist Church property with intentions of establishing a new campus for Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.

12.10.2009 | Read More

Jonathan Falwell speaks at end-of-semester convocation

Jonathan Falwell, senior pastor at Thomas Road Baptist Church, delivered Liberty’s convocation message Wednesday in the Vines Center. ...

12.9.2009 | Read More

LU Online graduate launches Xbox 360 Bible application

For years, Liberty University Online graduate Aaron Linne dreamed of a way to get the Bible on the Xbox. This month his dream will come true with his company’s release of “Bible Navigator X,” the first complete Bible available on a video game console. ...

12.8.2009 | Read More

Partnership forged with university in Kenya

Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary has forged its first international partnership with a school in Kenya. On Friday, Nov. 20, seminary president Ergun Caner visited Kenya to sign a memorandum of understanding with Kabarak University that will provide unique opportunities to students of both schools. ...

12.4.2009 | Read More

Students perform in Broadway-style Christmas show

Christmas excitement is stirring around the campus of Liberty University as students contribute their time and talents in presenting the 2009 Virginia Christmas Spectacular, an annual Broadway-style production presented by the Worship Ministry of Thomas Road Baptist Church. ...

12.4.2009 | Read More

Book review: “The Unlikely Disciple”

Kevin Roose was a student at Brown University when he decided to attend Liberty University for the spring 2007 semester and go undercover to write an exposé on student life at the world’s largest Christian university. ...

12.3.2009 | Read More

Anne Graham Lotz speaks at Liberty convocation

Anne Graham Lotz, the second daughter of the Rev. Billy Graham, made her first visit to Liberty University Wednesday, Dec. 2 as the main speaker at convocation. ...

12.2.2009 | Read More

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