Communication studies professor Dr. Mike Robinson has been a fan of comic books and super heroes for a long time, and seeing his favorite character on the big screen is a dream come true for him.
Your college experience can change everything — it did for Daniel Paige Toney ’11, who works as a fashion designer in Los Angeles.
What does it take to be creative? Dr. Daniel Hall, who directs the University of Lynchburg’s MEd in Counselor Education, says everyone has the capacity to be creative.
If you’re into Hallmark movies, you’ll feel right at home watching the University of Lynchburg’s 2022 holiday video, “A Dell-lightfully Royal Holiday.”
The University of Lynchburg scored three awards at the 10th annual Education Digital Marketing Awards. The EDMAwards received more than 1,000 entries from colleges and universities across the country.
Special education major Laurence Walker ’24 is a parent, a stroke survivor, and a cancer patient. He’s also a poet, the student representative for the Neurodiversity Alliance, and previously earned a degree in divinity.
“The Matrix,” “Zombieland,” “WALL-E,” and “Snowpiercer” are all examples of apocalypse movies. We love to explore the apocalyptic worlds, but why? Dr. Amy Merrill Willis, associate professor of religious studies and chair of the department, explores why apocalyptic movies are so popular.
The temperature in Central Virginia has passed 60 degrees for two days in a row now, but just a week ago the University of Lynchburg campus was blanketed in snow. […]