The men's track and field team won the Old Dominion Athletic Conference outdoor track and field championship Saturday.Read More
LC instrumental and choral ensembles will perform on Friday, April 27, and Saturday, April 28, both at 7:30 p.m.Read More
The Annual Student Art and Thesis Exhibition will be in the Daura Gallery through May 11.Read More
Join us for lunch in the cafeteria today as we celebrate the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day.Read More
Dr. J. David Smith, who started the special education program at LC, will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday.Read More
James McQuillan '84, director of visual identity at Bungie, maker of the video game Halo, will give a talk on Monday.Read More
April 20-22 is Westover Alumni Society Weekend 2012 for members of the classes of 1927-1971 and their guests.
The classes of 1952, 1957, 1962, and 1967 will celebrate their class reunions and the 2012 Alumni Awards will be presented Saturday, April 21, at the Westover Alumni Society Dinner.Read More
Dr. Casey Clabough and graduate student Ron Coleman '06 will read from their works at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Riverviews Artspace.Read More
Dwayne Jones '13 has not missed a Relay for Life since the fifth grade, which is all the more remarkable since he wasn't supposed to make it to fifth grade.Read More
Senior Dylan Hoff broke the school career point record April 11 with 229 points for the third-ranked men's lacrosse team.Read More
Students sporting green and black armbands will be spreading the word during lunch Friday in the cafeteria and Westover that Syrian President Bashar Hafez al-Assad must go.Read More
Dr. Elza Tiner, professor of English and Latin, was one of twenty academics selected worldwide to participate in the "Rhetoric in the 21st Century" Rhetoric Symposium at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance StudiesRead More
In celebration of its 10th anniversary, the LC Choral Union will offer a free concert, Many Voices of Our World, April 14 at 7:30 p.m. in Snidow Chapel.
"This is our gift to the community," said Dr. Jong Kim, professor of music and founding conductor of the Choral Union.Read More
Join in the interactive fun on LC Day on Wednesday as we celebrate the myriad classes and extracurricular events that students enjoy in a typical day.
You can post photos or short videos directly to LC's Facebook page or photos on Pinterest.
You may also send your photos to the Office of College Communications and Marketing at email@example.com. If you want to Tweet, use the hashtag: #LCDay.
We will also have a Dipity Timeline linked from our website of the day's events in real time.Read More
Students tackle such topics as mountaintop removal during the Student Scholar Showcase April 11.Read More
LC's delegation, representing New Zealand, won a Distinguished Delegation award and two Outstanding Position Paper awards at the 2012 National Model UN simulation in New York City.
Sixteen students participatied in the vigorous academic simulation of the United Nations in New York City April l-5 and received a briefing from New Zealand's ambassador to the UN.Read More
The School of Business and Economics (SOBE) was recently ranked No. 29 in the nation by Leadership Excellence magazine for its leadership development activities.
A list of the top 49 educational institutions can be found at 2011 - 2012 Top Leadership Development Programs. Lynchburg College is the only Virginia institution in the Top 30; SOBE shared this honor with business schools at University of Michigan, Harvard, MIT, Northwestern, University of Pennsylvania, and Duke.Read More
Dr. Eric S. Kyper, assistant professor of management information systems, has received the 2012 C. Raine Sydnor Sr. Professorship Award for Teaching Excellence in Business.
Dr. Kyper teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in information systems and business statistics. Awarded the PhD by the University of Rhode Island, he taught at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock before joining the Lynchburg College faculty in 2008.Read More
Nigel C. Word '14 has received a 2012-2013 VFIC/Altria Leadership Scholarship administered by the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges.
Word is a business administration major with a minor in communications with an emphasis on social influence from Gretna, Va.
Tristan L. Boysaw '13, an accounting major from Wytheville, Va., received the scholarship last year.Read More
LC Theatre will present The Laramie Project April 12 - 15 in Dillard Theatre. The Laramie Project was written by Moisés Kaufman and fellow members of the Tectonic Theater Project following the kidnapping, beating, and death of Matthew Shepard, a 21-year-old student at the University of Wyoming who was attacked because he was gay.Read More
"Edward Young and Samuel Richardson's Correspondence" is the subject of a talk at 7:30 p.m. April 5 in Sydnor Performance Hall, Schewel Hall by Dr. James E. May, associate professor of English, Penn State University. The talk is co-sponsored by the Ida Wise East Memorial Lecture and Phi Beta Kappa and is free and open to the public.Read More
Lynchburg College students actively use Facebook, download videos, tweet, and search the internet. In their Social Media Marketing course in the School of Business and Economics (SOBE), students are using their digital savvy to help others.
They have formed Students Opposing Starvation (S.O.S) to help save the lives of malnourished children in East Africa and are organizing a social media campaign targeting LC students, faculty and friends.Read More
Callom Harkrader '12 has been accepted into the Oxford Center for Christian Apologetics at Wycliffe Hall for the 2012-2013 one-year certificate program. The OCCA is a fully accredited branch of Oxford University.
Callom will be seeking the Certificate in Theological and Pastoral Studies, designed specifically as preparation for Christian service in the office, church, or home. The course aims to combine serious study of the Bible and Christian doctrine with an opportunity to experience Christian apologetics in action.Read More
The History Department is hosting the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference this Saturday. Students from several Virginia colleges and universities will present research papers in American, European, and world history in Schewel Hall from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Eight LC students will be among the 64 presenting papers at the conference. LC is represented by:
• Joseph Olsen, "The Contras: Reagan's Terrorists"
• Tessa Evans, "Potion for Power: Slave Women and Authority through Unorthodox Practices"
• Hannah Myers, "The Definition of Childhood in Early 1830s England"Read More