Sometimes it’s an afternoon trip to the adventure course on the wooded outskirts of campus. Sometimes it’s a soul-shaking expedition all the way out in the Grand Canyon. No matter the journey, one walks away from it with a refreshed perspective, new skills, and good memories — par for the course when it comes to Outdoor Leadership Programs with Tim Slusser ’22.
‘Lunch Lady’ blankets to be auctioned at Homecoming for Lynchburg Cares
Lori Elholm, a dining services employee known by many on campus as the “Lunch Lady,” has made four blankets that will be auctioned during the University of Lynchburg’s upcoming Homecoming weekend.
Esteban Soto III named Lynchburg’s chief of campus safety and security
The University of Lynchburg has appointed Esteban Soto III as its new chief of campus safety and security.
Registration underway for virtual Westover Alumni Weekend, March 19-20
The University of Lynchburg’s first all-virtual Westover Alumni Weekend will be held Friday and Saturday, March 19-20. All alumni are invited to attend and registration is currently underway.
Who is Jeff Harbin? New University of Lynchburg librarian enjoyed rapid round of ‘Jeopardy’
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.
Lynchburg grounds crew member gears up for his 27th Bike MS ride
Gary Smoot, a staff member on the Lynchburg College grounds crew, will bike 200 miles this weekend to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis research. He’s riding in memory of a friend who recently died after a long struggle with the disease.