When Shanaya Young ’21 came to Lynchburg as a music education major, she simply “wanted to teach people how to play strings.” That was it. Since then, the University of Lynchburg’s vibrant music program has opened her eyes — and some doors to exciting opportunities.
Dr. Will Briggs, an associate professor of computer science, has published his coding textbook titled “C++ for Lazy Programmers: Quick, Easy, and Fun C++ for Beginners.” Briggs finished the textbook while he was on sabbatical from the University of Lynchburg last fall. “I wrote this book because I wasn’t happy with any of the introductory […]
Nine University of Lynchburg students traveled to Richmond last week to attend the first Women’s Leadership Development Summit hosted by the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges. The three-day conference featured nearly 80 participants from 14 institutions across the Commonwealth.
It had been more than 50 years since he stood at the pulpit, and even longer since he’d spoken at his alma mater. A decorated Vietnam War vet, Col. Richard “Dick” Moore ’63 delivered the keynote address at the University of Lynchburg’s annual Veterans Day service in Snidow Chapel on Monday morning. It was no ordinary sermon, though it started with two Bible verses.