A lot of people who submit pictures for Suffolk Living magazine’s bimonthly photography feature have only a few good photos. But when LC sophomore Tyler Stephens pitched his work, the editor had a different problem. “In Tyler’s case, it was a matter of trying to winnow down the good shots to a few excellent ones,” […]
The Dillard Theatre stage has been transformed into the cruise ship AMERICA, and the cast, crew, and orchestra are prepared to set sail for three performances of Cole Porter’s musical “Anything Goes.” The show opens to the public Thursday evening at 7:30. Performances will be held Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. “Anything Goes” is […]
Lynchburg College will celebrate Homecoming and honor alumni for their accomplishments in careers and service during the annual Alumni Awards Gala Dinner Friday night. Two alumni will receive the T. Gibson Hobbs Memorial Award, the highest honor the College bestows on alumni. The first recipient is Pauline “Polly” Blackwell Flint ’71, ’73 MEd, the chair […]
Shakespeare wrote that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet — but what about when it is being devoured by aphids? Lynchburg College student Rebekah Grimes is conducting research to determine whether parasites impact a plant’s ability to attract pollinators through the aromas they release. Over the summer, she spent a lot […]
Music and tennis programs put Lynchburg College on the map for Juan Borga ’20, but the challenge and opportunity of the Westover Honors program helped put it at the top of his list. Juan was the first-year speaker at the recent induction ceremony for the Westover Honors Program, which provides an in-depth, interdisciplinary curriculum for high-caliber […]
Dr. Stephanie Ferguson has been appointed to a committee whose goals are to maintain the United States’ focus on global health and provide guidance for the investments that would make the biggest impact in global health.
Lynchburg College Doctor of Physical Therapy students will help find new homes for gently used pediatric assistive technology in an equipment drive October 15 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. The students will collect used pediatric rehabilitation equipment such as walkers, wheelchairs, bath benches, and other devices that families might need for children who have […]
A cyanotype by Siobhan Byrns is included in PHOTO ’16, a national exhibition at the Multiple Exposures Gallery in Alexandria, Virginia, from October 18 to November 27. LC alumni are invited to join Byrns for the artist reception at the gallery on October 29 from 2 to 4 p.m. During that reception, Sam Abell, a photographer of National Geographic fame, will give a talk and present awards.
Aaron Smith ’05, ’07 MEd works in LC’s Human Resources office, serves on the President’s cabinet, mentors students, and is an active volunteer in the community. He was one of three LC alumni chosen for Lynchburg Business Magazine’s 20 Under 40 for 2016. Allison Overstreet Stronza ’00, ’03 and Emelyn Gwynn ’15 were also featured.
Lynchburg College’s International Society will host a celebration of Nigeria’s Independence Day on Saturday, October 1 at 3:30 p.m in the West Room in Drysdale Student Center. The celebration will include a performance of Nigeria’s national anthem and other songs, presentations on Nigerian fashion and culture, and poetry. More than 20 students from Nigeria currently […]