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




Going Greek

Sarah Irby, Editor in Chief~

The Greek System is as old as the United States itself, with the first established fraternity dating back to 1776; however, fraternity and sorority life didn’t have a presence on Lynchburg College’s campus until over two centuries later, in 1992. Sixteen percent of the student population at LC is involved in one of the 11 chapters that are active on campus, but how exactly does the system work? Read More


Refurbished Ballroom

Emily Johnson, Staff Writer~

Major change is underway within Hall Campus Center. Construction began on Nov. 17 in Memorial Ballroom, which is expected to be revamped with modern floor and ceiling features as well as audio-visual upgrades. The ballroom is also going to include a permanent stage, with an attached ramp for better accessibility. Read More



Inch by Inch

Alex Allen, Copy Editor~

On Saturday, Nov. 11, Lynchburg College’s women’s soccer team began their journey to find their way back to a National Title. It has been three years since they brought the first National Championship win home to LC and two since they have made it past the second round. This year, the Lady Hornets continued tradition and took the game’s “inch by inch” and made it into the sweet sixteen. Read More