Shoot for 1,000

Alex Allen, Staff Writer~

On the evening of Wednesday Jan. 10, 2018, Caroline Naumann, a senior forward for the Lynchburg College Women’s Basketball team, scored her 1,000 career-point at home against the Maroons of Roanoke College. Read More


Drive Toward the Trophy

Chris Snan, Staff Columnist~

This football season is hanging in the balance for two teams. The winner moves on in hopes of winning the Super Bowl and gloriously returning home as world champs, while the loser joins the other 28 teams who didn’t make it, as they watch another team accomplish their season goal. Read More



Nerd Factor: By Any Other Name

Mike Robinson, LC Communication Studies Professor,

CAUTION – This article contains potential spoilers for Star Wars movies that you really should have seen a long time ago.

The Skywalkers are a curious bunch.  The family has a habit of forming emotional bonds in ways that many of us would not consider normal, thus giving the family a creepy vibe.  Much sport has been made, for example, with Anakin’s almost stalker-like pursuit of Padme Amadala in Attack of the Clones.  And of course Luke yearned for Princess Leia, unaware at the time that she was his sister.   Read More


Turkey Bowl 2K17

Disa Woodland, Copy Desk Chief~

This past weekend, the annual fall tradition within Lynchburg College’s intramural flag football league continued in the form of the Turkey Bowl. Originally, the Turkey Bowl was held before Thanksgiving break, but as time has passed and exam schedules have changed, the games have been shuffled to the weekend after Thanksgiving. Read More


She Said: Lemme Smash

Sarah Irby, Editor in Chief~

You know what really grinds my gears? When you meet someone new, you have good conversations and find out you have a lot in common with them, only for them to make one fatal blunder: the sexual advance. Read More


Lights of Lynchburg Past

Nathaniel Pierce, Staff Writer~

Lynchburg Parks and Recreation will host their second annual Celebration of Lights at Riverside Park  from Dec. 1, 2017 through Jan. 1, 2018. The park will be open nightly from 5 to 9 p.m. This event is free for everyone to attend and is a drive-through event. Read More