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Diplomats from the German and French embassies in Washington, D.C., will present a lecture, "The European Union: French and German Relations within the Union," at 3 p.m. Nov. 7 in Sydnor Performance Hall.

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The Black-Jew Dialogues

What's so funny about two American minorities that have slavery, the KKK, and chicken livers in common?

That's what you'll find out Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. in Memorial Ballroom, Hall Campus Center, at 8 p.m. Nov. 2 with this two-actor play on the history and absurdity of prejudice and racism within the context of the American Black-Jew experience. The dialogues combine fast-paced sketches, improvisations, and multimedia.

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German a cappella

Vocaldente, a German a cappella ensemble, will appear on November 1 at 7:30 p.m. in Dillard Theatre. Vocaldente (http://www.vocaldente.org) is known for its precise arrangements, tight harmonies, and light-hearted humor. The event is free and open to the public.

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Soccer player scores big

Freshman Dessi Dupuy has broken the school record for most goals in one season, and has been a huge factor in making the women's soccer team the No. 1 seed in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC).

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Research in the tropics

Students interested in doing conservation and research in remote tropical locations are invited to hear about Operation Wallacea from intertidal ecologist, Dr. Ian Hendy on Friday, October 28 at 3:30 p.m. in Hobbs 119. Dr. Hendy was invited to LC by Dr. Dave Perault, associate professor of environmental science.

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Monster Bash!

PumpkinLynchburg College's Student Activities Board is sponsoring a Monster Bash for area children including face painting, a costume contest, mummy race, and music from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27 in Memorial Ballroom, Hall Campus Center. LC community members are welcome to bring their children beginning at 5 p.m.

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Eco-Village launched

With eight shovelfuls of dirt, the groundbreaking for an Eco-Village at Lynchburg College's Claytor Nature Study Center became official Oct. 18. It was followed by the dedication of a bust of A. Boyd Claytor III given by his wife Sakina Claytor and sculpted by Richard Pumphrey '74, professor of art.

Check out front page coverage in The News & Advance.

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Homecoming 2011

Alumni reunite at HomecomingWelcome back! It's time to reconnect with classmates, faculty, and staff, and reminisce about the good old days. Watch the Hornets on Shellenberger Field and take in a concert or a play. Visit the exhibition of art from around the world in the Daura Gallery.

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Choirs to benefit food bank

The Concert Choir and Choral Union will present a benefit concert for the Lynchburg Branch of the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank on October 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Snidow Chapel. Admission to the performance will be a donation of cash or non-perishable food items.

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Thornton reading set

Sergei Lobanov-Rostovsky, Fall Thornton reader, will read from his work Thursday, October 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Hopwood Auditorium. A reception and book signing will follow. The event is free and open to the public.

Lobanov-Rostovsky has taught at Kenyon College since 1993 with a focus on Shakespeare, Renaissance poetry, film, and fiction writing. His research centers on the politics of spectacle in early modern drama, and he has published a series of crime novels under the pseudonym Kenneth Abel.

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"Almost, Maine"

Lynchburg College Theatre will stage Almost, Maine October 20-23. The play by John Cariani is set in the mythical town of Almost, Maine.

As the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky, Almost's residents find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But the bruises heal, and the hearts mend - almost - in this delightful midwinter night's dream.

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A scholar and a gentleman

Whether he's acting on stage, tutoring a classmate, or playing intramurals, Callom Harkrader '12 always keeps interactions with people his top priority.

That's one of the many reasons he was recently named the 2011-12 Sommerville Scholar, the highest academic award given by Lynchburg College in recognition of the culmination of a distinguished academic record.

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Men's lacrosse vs. UVa

The men's lacrosse team will square off with the defending Division I national champion University of Virginia Cavaliers at 7 p.m. today on Shellenberger Field.

The scrimmage will be available for viewing via the College's webcasting program.

Check out a preview in today's News & Advance.

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Senatorial Forum set Oct. 19

The League of Women Voters of Lynchburg and Lynchburg College are co-sponsoring a Senatorial Forum for candidates in the 22nd and 23rd districts at 7 p.m. Oct. 19 in Sydnor Performance Hall, Schewel Hall at Lynchburg College. The event is free and open to the public.

Candidates for the newly created 22nd District are Democrat Bert Dodson and Republican Tom Garrett. Candidates for the 23rd District are incumbent Republican Sen. Steve Newman and Democrat Robert Short Jr. All four candidates have been invited.

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Upcoming Events

Friday, January 16, 2015
January degree granted
Winter term ends
Monday, January 19, 2015
First day of classes - Spring
Monday, January 26, 2015
End of add period - Spring
Thursday, January 29, 2015 to Friday, April 17, 2015
Daura Gallery exhibitions

LC in the News

Dr. Eric Goff is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about the shooting technique of NBA player Stephen Curry.

Our women's soccer team wins the National Champsionship! The News & Advance and WSET.

The College makes efforts to approve sex education and reduce sexual assault. Check this front-page News & Advance story and WSET story.

Dr. Tom Bowman and student research head impacts among lacrosse and soccer players: News & Advance.

Ater 28 years, Dr. Ken West writes his farewell column.

LC Theatre's production of Insights from Inside is featured on WSET and in The News & Advance.

Frank Whitehouse, professor of management, is quoted in this front page story on B&W.

Check out coverage of the public meeting on College Lake dam: The News & Advance, WSET and WDBJ7.

The opening of the Drysdale Student Center is covered by The News & Advance, WSET and WDBJ7.

Dr. Laura Henry-Stone talks about the need for more local environmental advocacy in this News & Advance story.

Dr. Roger Jones is the Central Virginia Person of the Week.

Lance Secretan, the Gifford Lecturer, was featured in The News & Advance.

College Lake Dam is the subject of a public meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 30. Learn more in The News & Advance and on WSET.

Bob Driskill explains what we do to keep our students safe: The News & Advance.

The Lynchburg College Community Health Clinic is up and running: The News & Advance, WDBJ-7, WSET.

Dr. Tom Shahady and two alumni help save a river in Costa Rica. Check this front-page story.

LC students help pull nearly 40 tires out of Blackwater Creek. Check this News & Advance story.

Dr. Gerald Prante weighs in on Medicaid in this News & Advance story.

Twenty-five students from Nigeria are attending LC. Check this News & Advance story.

Our Doctor of Physical Therapy students are teaming up with Special Olympics for an Autumn Classic.

LC gets lots of coverage on its largest bequest ever: $5 million from Walter Ridgway Jr. '48: The News & Advance, WDBJ-7, WSET, WSLS, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Roanoke Times.

DPT professor Garry Gellert and students help a Paralympic canoeist prepare: The News & Advance.

Our new Physician Assistant program gets a $250,000 boost from Centra and lots of coverage: News & Advance, WDBJ-7, WSET, WSLS.

President Kenneth Garren is quoted prominently in this News & Advance story for his work to change a proposed college ranking system.

LC hosts Governor's School for Math, Science, and Technology each summer. Check this front-page story.

A study of the College Lake Dam is underway. Check out The News & Advance article and coverage on WDBJ-7.

Dr. Eric Goff was interviewed by The Chronicle of Higher Education on his cool academic job on NPR's Morning Edition about the Brazuca ball being used in the World Cup. He was also  quoted in The Wall Street Journal about early play in the World Cup and wrote a piece on the Brazuca soccer ball for Live Mint, a newspaper in New Delhi, India with an affiliation with The Wall Street Journal.

Dr. Clifton Potter reprises the Civil War Battle of Lynchburg on LC's campus in The News & Advance.

Charley Butcher warns parents about phone apps on WSET.

Dr. Brian Crim, associate professor of history, talks about the grim prospects in Iraq on WSET.

LC alumna Charlotte Arbogast '10 is the new dementia coordinator for the state and spoke at the Annual Conference on Aging. Check out The News & Advance.

Dr. Kim McCabe was quoted extensively in this page 1 story on human trafficking in The News & Advance.

Dr. Joe Turek is quoted in the June issue of Virginia Business magazine on the value of classroom education for MBA programs.

LC is among the first colleges in Virginia to get 100 percent renewable electricity: WVTF, WDBJ7, The News & Advance