Red skies at night mean sailor’s delight — or do they? A University of Lynchburg environmental science professor will reveal what science says about weather folklore in a talk later this month. Dr. Dave Perault will present “From Wooly Worms to Real-Time Radar: How Far Have We Come?” at 7 p.m. Friday, January 24, in […]
A president stands accused of wrongdoing. A nation is divided on the president’s policies and fitness for office. A polarized media environment plays to each end of the political spectrum with little agreement on reality. Sound familiar?
Abigael Lyons ’21 aced math early, so she didn’t need to take any math courses during her sophomore year. Instead, she tutored other students in calculus and algebra.
Dr. John Eric Goff admits that his knowledge of physics doesn’t make him the next Bruce Lee. But it does make him a master of the physical forces at work in martial arts. The University of Lynchburg professor’s new book, “The Physics of Krav Maga,” grapples with how the fighting system takes advantage of center of gravity, leverage, reaction times, and other principles he teaches in the classroom.
Dr. Adam Dean, a University of Lynchburg history professor, will give a lecture about Andrew Johnson — the 17th president of the United States and the first to face impeachment — at 6 p.m. Thursday, October 24, in Memorial Ballroom, Hall Campus Center. The lecture is free and open to the public. The lecture, “‘A […]
The James spinymussel is hard to find for a few reasons. For one, it’s endangered. Also, its small, yellowish-brown shell looks very much like a rock, according to Wrenn Cleary ’20. Last week, Cleary and other University of Lynchburg environmental science classmates waded into the Pedlar River, about 18 miles from campus, to look for […]
Quinton Coe ’20 has inspired a lot of students to follow his lead in serving others. In fact, his dedication to serving at the Boys and Girls Club of Central Virginia led dozens of students to volunteer more than 1,000 hours there.
Dr. Tom Shahady, a University of Lynchburg environmental science professor, was on several radio stations in the Northeast last week talking about water quality in Costa Rica. His work was featured on “The Academic Minute,” a daily program that highlights the research of college and university professors. The show airs on WAMC, a public radio […]
By Bryan Gentry Thirty years ago, Francessca Spencer Vasquez ’00 went to watch the Berlin Wall come down. She lived in West Germany at the time, where her father was enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. Growing up in a divided country, she saw the powerful impact of physical and ideological barriers. While the West […]
Dr. Laura Marello’s newest novel begins when an artist discovers two dead relatives and two dead ex-lovers living in her home. Their sudden, unannounced appearance brings back questions: Why has she been afraid for most of her life? What is the meaning behind her recurring dreams about rescuing her mother from an explosion? What did […]