For the first time since 2008, the University of Lynchburg reached the final at the VFIC Ethics Bowl, the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges’ annual event. The 2024 tournament was held on the campus of Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia, on Jan. 28-29.
Six students from the University of Lynchburg will participate in the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges’ 23rd annual statewide collegiate Ethics Bowl later this month. The free, public event takes place on Sunday, Jan. 29, and Monday, Jan. 30, on the campus of Virginia Wesleyan University in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
The University of Lynchburg’s Ethics Bowl team defeated several large state schools at the Mid-Atlantic Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl on its way to a third-place finish and a trip to nationals in Portland, Oregon, in March 2023.
Over the past weekend, the Ethics Bowl team attended the virtual APPE National Competition and won two rounds.
After two tough days of virtual competition at regionals last weekend, the University of Lynchburg Ethics Bowl team is headed to nationals. A third-place award at the virtual tournament hosted by the University of North Georgia earned them the coveted spot.
The lobby in Schewel Hall was abuzz with chatter and coffee on Monday morning as teams from 15 colleges eagerly awaited rounds three and four of the 2020 Wells Fargo Ethics Bowl.
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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.