This past summer, with the lights out on Broadway due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a theater in the rural Berkshires decided that the world, or at least western Massachusetts, needed live theater now more than ever.
Jenny Anzelmo-Sarles ’11, a graduate of the University of Lynchburg’s communication studies program, has been named public affairs chief and chief spokesperson for the National Park Service.
“Get tough” was the advice Ryan Beale ’13 often gave to his lacrosse teammates, and 31 was his jersey number. And it’s still his jersey number. In fact, Beale wore jersey 31 in August 2019 when his team, the Maryland Thunder, won a national lacrosse championship.
A big part of working on a political campaign is the person-to-person contact — knocking on doors, shaking hands, town hall meetings, fundraisers. For Carter Elliott ’19, political director for 5th Congressional District candidate R.D. Huffstetler’s campaign, COVID-19 has changed almost everything about that.
A “mixture of luck and perseverance” landed recent grad Tyler Stephens ’19 in Hawaii. As a wildlife management intern at Maui’s Haleakalā National Park, the former biology major spent four months monitoring endangered bird species.
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.
Over the Homecoming weekend, October 19 and 20, the University of Lynchburg Alumni Association recognized numerous people for contributions they have made to the University, their communities and churches, and other areas of society. James E. Deady ’62 was presented the T. Gibson Hobbs Award, the highest honor given by the Alumni Association to an […]
Peter Davies ’08, Marc Jordan ’69, Jeff Eggeling ’09 and ’11, Caroline Metsch ’98, Richard Buthy ’70, and Marvin Argueta-Sol ’14 have been elected to the Alumni Association Board.
A Richmond-based design firm founded and owned by John Crank ’79 was one of two firms that collaborated on the winning design for the Virginia Women’s Monument. The monument, which will highlight 400 years of contributions made by Virginia women, will be located at Capitol Square in Richmond.
Kori Penick ’13 will compete in the Strongman Corporation North American National Championships November 10 and 11 in Las Vegas. The Amherst, Va., resident, who majored in psychology and was a thrower on the varsity track team, has been competing in strongman competitions since 2015.