University of Lynchburg Goes Nutty

Korinne LeMaire ~ Guest Writer


Photo of baby squirrel. Taken by Korinne LeMarie

Students at the University of Lynchburg have noted a rise in the number of squirrels on their campus. Sophomore Emily Dudley and junior Liz Gerhart have said that they have never seen so many squirrels until coming to University of Lynchburg.

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Literary Witch in Lynchburg

Grace Cavanaugh ~ Staff Writer

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Madeline Miller (left) and her novel, Circe (right).

On Thursday, November 8, Madeline Miller, a New York Times bestselling author, visited the Givens Books & Little Dickens on Lakeside Drive for a book reading and signing. Miller has two published books. The Song of Achilles was published in 2012 and, more recently, her novel Circe was published in 2018. Miller is also an essayist who has been published by many news organizations, according to her website.

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We the People

Caroline Wilkerson ~ Copy Editor

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On Tuesday, November 6th8 citizens all across the United States, and students at the University of Lynchburg exercised their right to vote in the 2018 Congressional Election.

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Christmas Open House

Katherine Daniel ~ Editor in Chief

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The Annual Christmas Open House for Millstone Mercantile will be held on November 16-17, in Madison Heights, VA.

According the New in Lynchburg Website, “Come get in the mood for the Most Wonderful Time of The Year…music, food and the best shopping around.”

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Special Interest Housing changes for the upcoming year

Anna-Catherine Kueng ~ Assistant Editor

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Retrieved from an email sent out by the Office of Housing and Residence Life

For sophomores, juniors, and senior students, the University of Lynchburg offers Special Interest Housing, which are living and learning communities in Southside housing. The Assistant Director of Residential Learning Communities, Courtney M. Kelsey, said, “It offers group of students the opportunity to create unique, self-directed living environments, centered on a common theme.”

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