Liberty University is closing its indoor skate park. The university says the space will be reallocated for other purposes. No information was provided on why the park is closing. SEE ALSO:Data shows decline in mental health of Lynchburg youth. Jeff Gray, who owns the Scene 3 skate shop in Downtown Lynchburg, said a lot of people are upset about the park closing so abruptly. “A lot of kids grew up skateboarding there. That’s where they learned, that’s where they met all their friends.
Twelve women sued Liberty University Tuesday, claiming they were victims of sexual assault or other sexual misconduct and that the university not only failed to help them, but made the campus more dangerous through its policies https://t.co/UNWuLhrIPH
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 21, 2021
“Twelve anonymous women, all of whom are former Liberty University employees or students, have signed onto the lawsuit that claims the university “enabled on-campus rapes” and suppressed complaints of sexual assault and rape.”https://t.co/yJ9ILiH4mM
— Kurt Bardella (@kurtbardella) July 20, 2021