Tarsha Joyner ’09 is one of the star competitors of the Christmas Cookie Challenge, a Food Network baking competition special that airs Saturday, November 28, at 9 p.m. Eastern time.
“In this Thanksgiving season, we would like to thank all of the people who make up the Lynchburg College family,” LC President Dr. Kenneth R. Garren said in an e-mail to the LC community today. “Of course, there are the students, faculty, and staff who make this a vibrant learning community with endless possibilities. And, there are the alumni, friends, and donors who support us in countless ways and demonstrate the enduring value of a Lynchburg College degree.”
The life-size portrait bust of Thomas Jefferson captures the third president’s selflessness and devotion to public service. “It was my intent to show him as a visionary, to make him seem very purposeful, to show his strength of character and his strength of purpose in giving himself totally to the nation and to the state of Virginia.”
The National Park Service has given a top award to a Lynchburg College graduate who organized a popular program to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War. Ernie Price ’94 MEd received the Freeman Tilden Award, which recognizes outstanding NPS employees who make outstanding contributions to the public through historical interpretation, […]
Megan Williams ’16 went to western Africa last summer to help people see. While she was there, she formed a vision for her own future. “Each day, got up at the crack of dawn and got on a safari bus,” she said, recalling her internship with Unite for Sight. “We would camp out all day to […]
Jacob Laverty ’16 won a recent social media contest by designing a new Facebook cover photo for the Pittsburgh Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen.
Lynchburg College’s Ethics Bowl team won second place in a 14-college regional tournament Saturday at Clemson University. The victory gives the LC students the opportunity to debate ethical principles on the national stage in February.
Two student-organized activities recently drew a lot of attention from the LC campus community, including one that won a statewide award.
It is important for a nation to pause and to both remember and honor the sacrifices of veterans, Capt. A. Wayne Riggs ’53 told an audience at Lynchburg College’s Veterans Day service. Capt. Riggs, a retired Navy chaplain and minister, delivered the sermon of the College’s annual event. Basing his talk on two passages from […]
Dr. Garren was at the forefront of an effort to educate Virginia’s congressional delegation about the negative impact that a federal college ratings system would have had on opportunities for students.