Anna-Catherine Kueng ~ Assistant Editor
On Jan. 10, 2019, Debra Wyland sent an email announcing Dr. Allison Jablonski would become the new provost for the 2019-20 school year at the University of Lynchburg, upon Dr. Sally Selden’s departure. In the email, Wyland stated, “Dr. Selden and I, along with Board Chair Mr. Nat Marshall, are unanimous in our conviction that Dr. Jablonski is a perfect leader for this position and will seamlessly continue the strong advances recently made in the academic division under Dr. Selden.”
Kelli Carter ~ Staff Writer
The University Ambassadors, otherwise known as the UA’s, are a group of students who are behind the scenes helping to recruit new Hornets.
The UA’s work closely with the office of admissions. They provide a student’s perspective of what campus is like and allows a prospective student to feel comfortable.
They are responsible for giving tours, running open houses, making 45 phone calls a week to prospective students, and writing 15 personalized notecards. They try their hardest to make everyone who comes on a tour feel welcomed and even want to become a student at the University of Lynchburg.
Sam Vogel, a UA captain,said, “Being a captain of the UA’s is a really good opportunity to share my story [as] to why I came to Lynchburg and share my passion for the school.”
Grace Cavanaugh ~ Copy Editor
Along with the renovations to Hobbs-Sigler, the School of Sciences obtained an Anatomage Table. The Table is a virtual cadaver lab with access to multiple virtual cadavers.
“About three years ago, I got an alumni association mailing from Shenandoah University, which is where I got my Masters and Doctorate in physical therapy, and they had acquired an Anatomage Table,” said Dr. Wendy Williamson, a professor of Anatomy and Physiology. “The article was showing their Table and how they were incorporating it into their anatomy and physiology classes and I thought it looked like a great piece of equipment and I thought it would be great if we had one here. So, I brought it up to Dean Lokar, and said that this would be a great thing for our students, and a great pull for Lynchburg College, at the time.”
Caroline Wilkerson ~ Staff Writer
On Sept. 7, 2019, University of Lynchburg’s National Society of Leadership and Success welcomed back members and new inductees for a barbecue in celebration of the new school year.
President and senior Kimberly Mendez said, “I thought the barbecue would be a great way to bring awareness to the honor society, but to also bring together the old and new members of the chapter. One of NSLS’s foundations is building a community of leaders, and I thought this event would be a great way to do that.”
Davion Washington Jr. ~Student Body President
On behalf of the Student Government Association at the University of Lynchburg, I would like to extend my most humble greetings to all Hornets, Hornet families, and guests. My name is Davion Washington Jr. and it is my profound pleasure and honor to serve as the Student Body President here at the University of Lynchburg for the 2019-2020 Academic Year. I am ecstatic that you have made yourself at home here at the University, and it will always be my goal to promote and ensure the highest quality of life for students.
Katherine Daniel ~ Editor-in-Chief
So, the semester has finally started and you are almost through your first two weeks of classes (woohoo!!). If you are like me, sometimes you cannot decide on an outfit to wear, so you throw all these clothes on the bed and then decide. Or you also might be like me and have 50 million things running through your head that you need and have to do. The answer to this is… GET ORGANIZED!! You might be asking, “How do I get organized? And how does this help me not throw clothes on my bed?” Well, here are ways to keep yourself organized throughout the semester without becoming too stressed.