The University of Lynchburg, specifically its Gender Studies program and the offices of Equity and Inclusion, Student Engagement and Leadership Development, and Housing and Residence Life, will present two events based on the book “The Lavender Scare: The Cold War Persecution of Gays and Lesbians in the Federal Government.”
If you have questions, Jeff Harbin can help you find the answers. That’s one of his favorite things about being a librarian. But if you have answers, he can help you find the corresponding questions, too. About two weeks ago, Harbin appeared on “Jeopardy,” CBS’s game show, where host Alex Trebek reads answers and contestants respond in the form of a question. It’s a test of wide-ranging knowledge, quick thinking, and the ability to buzz in before your opponents.
The Knight-Capron Library at the University of Lynchburg recently received the Virginia Library Association’s award for the best display during Banned Books Week 2018. Held every September, Banned Books Week celebrates the freedom to read and freedom of expression. It was launched in 1982 in response to a surge of attempts to ban books from […]
On September 5, students, faculty, and staff at the University of Lynchburg were invited to check out a “human book” at Knight-Capron Library. The event, held in cooperation with Lynchburg’s Office of Equity and Inclusion, was aimed at increasing a sense of community on campus. “Even if there’s a group that’s not represented in the […]