Here’s a little holiday cheer from Curtain Call, the University of Lynchburg’s musical theatre ensemble. The group collaborated with videographer Tim Russon to create this video to wish the entire Lynchburg family a happy holiday season. While you’re here, enjoy a few photos from the traditional tree lighting and caroling. Video credits Performing Members […]
https://www.lynchburg.edu/wp-content/uploads/general/UL-UCM_ASmarterU-Holocaust_2019_12-05_Draft02.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadListen to/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Spotify | RSSHalina Peabody was a young girl when World War II and the German occupation of Poland turned her life upside down. Her father was imprisoned. She and her mother had to hide […]
It’s Thank-a-Donor Day at the University of Lynchburg. We’re grateful to everyone who has helped us and our students by making a gift to the University of Lynchburg. Every gift makes a difference! Enjoy this video as a token of our gratitude.
Lynchburg graduate Katie Gardner ’08 returns to direct “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.” The show runs Thursday, December 12, through Saturday, December 14, at 7 p.m. in the Dillard Fine Arts Center studio theatre.
Dr. Alison Morrison-Shetlar, the next president of the University of Lynchburg, is a scholar, mentor, and leader. In this video interview, she shares her perspective on leadership, higher education, the liberal arts, and athletics, as well as what drew her to Lynchburg.
A president stands accused of wrongdoing. A nation is divided on the president’s policies and fitness for office. A polarized media environment plays to each end of the political spectrum with little agreement on reality. Sound familiar?
The University of Lynchburg has appointed Dr. Alison Morrison-Shetlar as its 11th president. Her term will begin in July 2020 after the retirement of Dr. Kenneth R. Garren, who has served Lynchburg as president since 2001.
Abigael Lyons ’21 aced math early, so she didn’t need to take any math courses during her sophomore year. Instead, she tutored other students in calculus and algebra.
Dr. John Eric Goff admits that his knowledge of physics doesn’t make him the next Bruce Lee. But it does make him a master of the physical forces at work in martial arts. The University of Lynchburg professor’s new book, “The Physics of Krav Maga,” grapples with how the fighting system takes advantage of center of gravity, leverage, reaction times, and other principles he teaches in the classroom.
University of Lynchburg students started a new archaeological dig at Historic Sandusky Saturday. The students worked along with archaeologists from Hurt & Proffitt, an engineering firm with a lab at Sandusky, and history professors. With the new dig, they are looking for the lost smokehouse that once served the historic home but was demolished long ago.