The Lynchburg College History Department and Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest will present Reflections on the Legacy of Emancipation.
Wind symphony and orchestra under the direction of Dr. Oeida M. Hatcher, Dean, School of Communication and the Arts
Mass is followed by supper in the Spiritual Life Center.
Jay Erskine Leutze, author of Stand Up That Mountain, will talk about the grassroots activism that saved North Carolina's Belview Mountain from...
Douglas A. Blackmon, 2012-2013 John Mills Turner Lecturer, will present "A Persistent Past: Reckoning with Our Racial History in the Age of Obama."
LC's Black Student Association will bring together talented performers to see if they can get crowd approval!
Learn about the Physician Assistant Studies program offered at Lynchburg College, as well as financial aid and scholarship opportunities.