American Sign Language, offered for the first time at the University of Lynchburg, was such a popular selection as students registered for their fall classes this past spring, that a third section of the introductory class, ASL 101, was added.
The University of Lynchburg will launch a new minor this fall: medical humanities. The 18-hour program, developed by a team of faculty from across the academic disciplines, bridges the humanities and health sciences in a way not previously done at Lynchburg.
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?
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 […]
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 […]
University of Lynchburg history professor Dr. Brian Crim got a pleasant surprise when Smithsonian Magazine published a list of favorite books for 2018: one of his recent titles was on the list. The November 20 Smithsonian article books selected by Smithsonian Institute scholars. Our Germans: Project Paperclip and the National Security State was chosen by […]
Earlier this month, Dr. Clifton Potter ’62 wrote a letter to mark an important anniversary. “On September 3, 1958, I walked onto the Lynchburg College campus, suitcase in hand, to begin the adventure that would change my life,” he wrote in the letter, which he handed to Dr. Kenneth R. Garren, president. “On this special […]
If you don’t recognize Delia LoSapio ’19, it might be because she’s been a blur on campus over the past three and a half years. Between having her biomedical science major and three minors, playing goalie for the soccer team, serving as captain of the University’s EMS squad, being part of Westover Honors and six […]
Award-winning author Andrew Cotto ’91 originally expected to graduate as a business major when he came to Lynchburg, but it was here that he found his love for literature, a desire to tell stories, and an English degree. Today, Cotto has an MFA in creative writing from The New School and is about to publish […]