Most new Liberty graduates took at least some courses on-line

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About 34,000 people are expected for tomorrow’s commencement ceremony at Liberty University’s Williams Stadium. More than 85% of Liberty’s newest graduating class took at least some courses online. The school’s director of online admissions, Steve Peterson, says its not just far-flung students who use distance learning. WLNI’s Gene Marrano has more:

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Liberty to open new music, arts center in 2015

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LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP) _ Liberty University plans to open a new Center for Music & the Worship Arts in 2015. The 144,000-square-foot building will house a 1,600-seat fine arts auditorium, two student recital halls and classrooms, practice rooms, teaching studios, and piano, songwriting and music computer labs.

Liberty officials broke ground for the project on Friday. It’s part of the Lynchburg school’s $500 million campus rebuilding phase.

Liberty says in a news release that the building’s educational wing is scheduled to be completed by the 2015 fall semester. The auditorium is expected to open later that semester.

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