Spring 2013 Enriched Content

Lynchburg College Magazine Spring 2013 coverLC is enhancing the Lynchburg College Magazine with photo galleries and videos.

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Learn more about Ben Tumolo '13 and his summer as a "visiting scientist" in the U.S. Virgin Islands researching fish populations.


Learn more about One Million Bones, a fundraising art installation designed to recognize the millions of victims killed or displaced by genocide in Congo, Sudan, Burma, and Somalia.


Learn more about Deborah Grow '80 and her series of children's books, Honeysuckle Cottage.


Learn more about SOBE's ranking.

 

Image Galleries

Homecoming 2012

Parents and Family Weekend 2012

Videos

Robert Smith, director of the physical plant, discusses the massive Hopwood Auditorium renovation project that took place in 2012. Dr. Clifton Potter '62, alumnus and professor of history, remembers the former Hopwood.

Dr. Elza Tiner speaks about her research in medieval Biblical texts at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies in Toronto and Oxford University during summer 2012.

Geoffrey Kershner, associate professor of theatre and play director, along with actors Melissa Cassese '14, David Dover '16, Sarah Ignatius '14, and Stephen Nickens '15 take us behind the scenes of Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost, performed at LC in fall 2012.

LC students describe their experiences sleeping outside to raise awareness of the problem of homelessness. Solidarity Sleepers is an annual event at LC.

Stephanie Fedrigo '13 talks about her summer internship working for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, the U.S. Department of Defense's agency for countering weapons of mass destruction.

Michael Wims '13, communications major with a public relations emphasis, talks about his experiences working for SRA, a research administration society in Falls Church, Virginia.

Sociology major Pat Ohrem '13 talks about his internship working on a Sioux tribe reservation in summer 2012.