Off to a Swinging Start

Alex Allen, Copy Editor~

The Lynchburg College women’s softball team kicked off their 2018 season with a double header against Methodist University on Sunday, Feb. 18 at Liberty University.

The games were held at LU due to weather and the condition of the field here at LC. Nevertheless, LC defeated Methodist in both games. Read More


She Said: Seeing Red

Sarah Irby, Editor in Chief~

Recently, while trying to find some inspiration for this column, I stumbled upon something that I thought was both intriguing and totally rad. It’s a little something for the ladies, and it involves porn. I know at this point you’re probably like “wtf is she going on about?” so let me explain. Read More


Sports Junkie: All-Star Weekend 2018

Chris Snan, Staff Columnist~

This past weekend, the National Basketball Association All-Star game took place, and Los Angeles played host for this year’s showcase. This year, they also provided an alternative option for choosing the teams, rather than displaying the traditional Eastern Conference versus the Western Conference. Read More


Lynchburg Goes Mediterranean

Vicky Kuharski, Staff Writer~

The latest restaurant slated to open in Lynchburg will be opening its doors on February 22. Rozana Mediterranean Grill will be located on Fort Avenue and will replace the former Sakura Japanese Steak and Seafood House.

The owner, Jamal Liftawi, previously helped open a Mediterranean restaurant in Roanoke, VA last October and has helped manage restaurants in other states as well. Read More


Spring Organization Fair

Emily Yinger, Guest Writer~

Lynchburg College held its annual spring semester organization fair on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018. The fair was located in the West Room on the third floor of the Drysdale Student Center.

Thirty organizations and clubs were featured at the organization fair. The number of organizations represented at the fair makes up less than half of the total organizations and clubs that operate on campus. Some of the organizations at the fair included Bonner Leaders, Relay for Life and Lynchburg College Smash. Read More