by Sarah Taylor
Liberty University, once criticized for choosing to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, finished its spring semester without a single confirmed case, The College Fix reported Tuesday.
In March, the Christian university came under heavy fire for its decision to resume classes.
What are the details?
In the early days of the pandemic, college President Jerry Falwell Jr. announced that the school would reopen for students with a necessity to remain in campus housing.
In a year-end note to students, Falwell wrote, “We are thankful to God that nobody who lived in a campus residence hall or who worked in a campus office tested positive for the virus. No positive COVID-19 test anywhere in our region was linked to Liberty students who returned to their dorms after Spring Break.”
Falwell pointed out that the only COVID-19 cases that the university community saw were as a result of employees working from home. Read the rest HERE.