With the academic year coming to a close, many University of Lynchburg seniors are showing off what they have learned over the past four years.
When your university president is a native of Scotland, creating an official school tartan seems like a natural thing to do. Last week, eight tartan designs were submitted by University of Lynchburg students, one of which will be chosen as the school’s official tartan.
Amanda Niebur ’24 didn’t know what she was getting into when she volunteered to participate in an archaeology dig at Historic Sandusky, a house museum owned and operated by the University of Lynchburg.
University of Lynchburg graduate Tarsha Joyner ’13 and her downtown bakery, Mrs. Joy’s Absolutely Fabulous Treats, will again be featured on national television — this time in Canada.
Each spring, art lovers from across the campus and greater community flock to the Daura Gallery for the Senior Thesis Exhibition, a display of artwork created by graduating graphic design and studio art students. This year, due to COVID-19, the exhibit is being presented online, as what art department chair and graphic design professor Ursula Bryant describes as a “digital showcase.”
If you’d like to spend less time in the doctor’s waiting room, three Lynchburg students and their marketing professor are on your side. And you may want to cheer for them in a statewide innovation competition this week.Niko Louvros ’21, from Manassas Park, Virginia; Claudia Lopez Perez ’22, from Madrid, Spain; and Stephanie Quaranto ’21, […]
Advanced graphic design students at Lynchburg are making real-world experience for themselves by running their own, in-class design agency. Throughout the semester, they have reached out to clients in the greater-Lynchburg community to offer creative services at no charge.
Amanda George ’17 and Taylor Haney ’16 each won a Silver Addy at the gala on February 27 in Roanoke.
Jacob Laverty ’16 won a recent social media contest by designing a new Facebook cover photo for the Pittsburgh Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen.