Digging in the soil outside Historic Sandusky has been like digging for buried treasure, even though the artifacts LC students unearthed this year would not sell for much online. “It’s still treasure,” said James Robbins ’18. “It has historical worth.” Over the past five weeks, James and four other students continued excavating a site by the […]
Catching pollinators on the purple fringeless orchid requires patience—and more patience. Just ask Tresa Scruggs ’16 and Phil Deyerle ’16. They spent part of their summer studying the flowers at the Lynchburg College’s Claytor Nature Study, which is one of several sites scientists know for an abundance of the otherwise-rare Platanthera peramoena. After parking along […]
Dr. Jong Kim, professor of music and director of choral activities at Lynchburg College, has been chosen to serve as the artistic director and principal conductor of the Incheon City Chorale, one of the top professional choirs in the world. Known for its extraordinary musicality, the Incheon City Chorale consists of 50 full-time professional singers. The […]
After securing the second highest number of fans in the nation, a group of Lynchburg College alumni will make their first appearance in a nationwide basketball tournament with a $1 million prize this weekend. On Saturday at 12:30 p.m., the LC Alumni Club team will play at Philadelphia University. The game will be livestreamed at […]
Lynchburg College will welcome high school students and their families from around the Commonwealth for tours and information sessions during Virginia Private College Week from July 27-August 1. The annual event invites prospective students to learn about private colleges in Virginia. Students who visit at least three institutions during the week will receive three application […]
A Lynchburg College physics professor and a student have made some incredibly precise predictions for the Tour de France this year. In the last two weeks of the race, they hope to see their predictions hold true again and again. Dr. John Eric Goff is well known for his research and writing about the physics […]
Two news organizations ran stories this week about Lynchburg College students doing research at Historic Sandusky with a new archaeology lab. Hurt & Proffitt, an engineering firm, brought its lab to the historic home, which served as Union headquarters during the Battle of Lynchburg in the Civil War, through a partnership with LC and the Historic […]
Lynchburg College recently appointed faculty members to leadership roles to oversee reorganized academic programs and lead the College’s continued growth.
The changes include a new organizational structure over graduate programs in education and health, as well as new leaders replacing long-serving employees who are retiring this summer.