- May 18th, 2017, 4:08 pm
Purple Haize wrote:I wonder if you've ever pulled a hammy getting on your soap box
I love your banter as much as the next guy, but he actually made some decent points. Liberty REALLY needed to invest in academics at LU. I'll just run down a few since 2010 that have been completed or should be complete by 2020.
College of Osteopathic Medicine
School of Music
School of Science
Jerry Falwell Library
School of Divinity
School of Business
School of Nursing
Additionally the Student Center becomes JFL 2.0 For study spaces during exam weeks.
I would also be surprised if the School of Law didn't relocate to the mountain near LUCOM within a few years.
If we want the type of Professors that will come in and help LU be known for their research, medicine, seminary, and law, theses facilities are absolutely necessary. Tenure is a powerful protection at other schools that Liberty doesn't offer.