Dylan Boggs ’19 hadn’t spent much time around horses until this past February, when he started doing an internship at Trinity Appaloosa Farm in his hometown of Brookneal, Virginia. Since then, the biology major has spent a lot of time — two days a week, eight to 10 hours each day — helping the farm’s […]
The University of Lynchburg’s Opera Workshop Ensemble will hold a concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 17, in Snidow Chapel. The concert is free and open to the public.
Dylan Schumacher ’20 wants to be the U.S. Army’s “Best Warrior.” In March, the business administration major and sergeant first class in the U.S. Army Reserve was named “Noncommissioned Officer of the Year” at a brigade-level competition held at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
When Mitchell Kohlhaas looks back on the service-learning trip to Guatemala that he and a team from the University of Lynchburg’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program took over spring break, he sees a series of small miracles.
Craig Close ’19, an economics major and Westover Honors student from Fredericksburg, Virginia, shared research from his senior thesis at the 45th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association, held February 28 through March 2 in New York City.
University of Lynchburg students can take advantage of three new residential learning communities opening in Fall 2019. The new learning communities — Spirituality, Wellness and Mindfulness; Dimensions of Diversity; and one for the Westover Honors College — will allow students to live nearby others with similar interests and participate in co-curricular programs together.
Freelance television producer Ted Duvall ’83 was at Lynchburg recently talking with history students about how he leveraged his history degree into a career in the TV industry.
Curtain Call, the University of Lynchburg’s musical theatre group, will perform its March Cabaret at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 29 and 30, in the Dillard Fine Arts Center theatre. Tickets are $5 and available via Etix. Due to mature themes, the show is not recommended for children.
In January, the University of Lynchburg received a gift of $386,250 from the estate of Clara Lee Miller ’49. Miller, a longtime guidance counselor who died in 2006, had a heart for helping students, particularly needy ones. At Lynchburg, her gift will be used to fund scholarships for women and minority students and strengthen the University’s equity and inclusion efforts.
University of Lynchburg students and others from the surrounding area had the opportunity to learn from Grammy Award-winning cellist Zuill Bailey, who conducted a master class in Sydnor Performance Hall on Friday, March 1.