The Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges Ethics Bowl will honor University of Lynchburg President Dr. Kenneth R. Garren, a longtime co-chair of the VFIC’s Ethics Bowl Committee, in the 2020 Wells Fargo Ethics Bowl. The University of Lynchburg will host the annual competition on February 9 and 10. The Sunday night dinner for contestants will […]
The University of Lynchburg Ethics Bowl team earned a spot in the National Bioethics Bowl semifinals in Mobile, Alabama, earlier this month. The team went undefeated in all preliminary rounds, beating schools such as Bowling Green State University and Georgetown University. In the semifinal round, they lost by only four points to the University of […]
After a long day of classes, sports practices, and homework, a group of 10 students comes together to make arguments about ethical issues. Among other topics, the #MeToo movement, social media advertising, and taxes in France provide scenarios for them to discuss and debate. These students make up the University of Lynchburg ethics bowl team. […]
Lauren Fishbein ’18 is in Richmond this summer, working in the Office of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam. She was one of 23 people selected for the Governor’s Fellows Program from colleges and universities across Virginia and the U.S. Fishbein, who lives in the Richmond area, is the first Lynchburg College graduate to win this fellowship.
University of Lynchburg will host two other colleges for an ethics bowl exhibition match about “Ethics and U.S. Presidential Politics” on Wednesday, January 25, at 7 p.m. in Hopwood Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. The match will include ethics bowl teams from LC, Randolph College, and Sweet Briar College. The match will help them […]
University of Lynchburg won first-place in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Ethics Bowl competition Saturday, winning a place in the national competition for the second year in a row. LC students debated against and beat teams from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of North Georgia, and Coastal Carolina University. Other teams in […]
Come cheer for the Lynchburg College ethics bowl team Wednesday just before the men’s basketball game against Roanoke College. The team will head on to the Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl national competition on Sunday, Feb. 21.
The LC Ethics Bowl team will compete with teams from two other colleges on Jan. 26 at 7 :30 p.m. in Hopwood Auditorium. They will then go to the national competition on Feb. 21.
Lynchburg College’s Ethics Bowl team won second place in a 14-college regional tournament Saturday at Clemson University. The victory gives the LC students the opportunity to debate ethical principles on the national stage in February.