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.
A few years ago, Liz Childress Burneson ’12 was fresh out of Lynchburg College and living in Richmond. She had a new job in a new, big city. It was totally different from college life, where Burneson said she was “supported and involved in so many things,” including Westover Honors and volunteering with the local Big Brothers Big Sisters group.
Janice Wilson ’15, who might be better known at Lynchburg College by her middle name Keely, works for Two Blind Brothers, a New York City-based startup that markets high-quality T-shirts and hoodies, each of which incorporates Braille.
Microsoft Chief Technology Officer Kevin Scott, a 1994 graduate of Lynchburg College, will attend Homecoming 2017 to receive an award from the Lynchburg College Alumni Association and help celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Westover Honors Program.
Winning a big award in the Sundance Film Festival is not the norm for an adaptive physical education teacher, but it’s just what Darlene Anderson ’73 did earlier this year. Anderson, who works with mentally disabled adults in the Philadelphia area, served as a unit production manager for the award-winning documentary, “Dina.” The movie tells […]
Elena Kritter ’12 stars as Victoria Woodhull in a play about a woman who ran for the nation’s highest office before women had won the right to vote. After opening to full auditoriums, the play continues for the last weekend of November and the first four days of December.