On the volleyball court, Josey Walton ’22 isn’t known only for her stats — 91 kills, 31 digs, and 16 blocks in the 2021 season. She’s also known for her dancing.
Students in Dr. Lisa Crutchfield’s Internship in History and Virginia History classes are doing research this semester that will help three local historical groups better tell their stories.
University of Lynchburg students took home two of the six available Phi Alpha Theta Regional Paper Prize Awards at the history honor society’s 2022 Virginia Regional Conference. The conference was held Saturday, March 26, at Chowan University in Murfreesboro, North Carolina. More than 30 competitors from universities across Virginia participated.
When she first came to the University of Lynchburg, Kassidy McCall ’22 planned to major in exercise physiology with the goal of becoming an athletic trainer. What she really wanted to be, however, was a veterinarian.
The University of Lynchburg has signed a memorandum of understanding with the College of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
Sharyn McCrumb, an award-winning Southern writer best known for her Appalachian “Ballad” novels, will read from her work at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14, in Hall Campus Center’s Memorial Ballroom.
Artwork by area high school students will be on display Friday, April 8, through Tuesday, April 26, in the Lobby Gallery of the University of Lynchburg’s Dillard Fine Arts Center. The High School Invitational Exhibition will feature young artists from eight area high schools. The public is invited and admission is free.
On the NBC series “American Ninja Warrior,” competitors climb “salmon ladders” and cargo nets. They swing like Tarzan and negotiate impossibly tricky obstacles. The goal is to complete the course under the time limit, hit a buzzer, and advance to the next round — all without getting pitched into the water.
The Rev. Kaye Edwards ’70 will deliver two lectures in Lynchburg this month, the Turner-Warren Lecture on Life and Faith and the Jenny Cutler Shumate Lecture.
Two University of Lynchburg history professors will discuss their new books at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 22. The virtual History Seminar, “Challenging the System: The View from South Africa and the U.S.,” will be held on Google Meet.