Liberty University officials aren’t saying why the Lynchburg newspaper’s website was blocked from the school’s campus network. The school blocked access to The News & Advance website for at least one day last week. Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. tells the newspaper that the school’s policies allow it to block a number of sites at will. He did not elaborate as to why the site was blocked. But he says it was not related to the newspaper’s content. Falwell also says it was not the first time a news website was blocked on Liberty’s computer servers. He says the school has blocked other news sites in the past. Officials say most of the sites that are blocked have to do with inappropriate material. The newspaper’s website was accessible again by Monday.