Sports Junkie: Final Four

Chris Snan, Staff Columnist~

On Sunday, Dec. 3, the College Football Playoff Committee announced the playoff picture for the national championship, and it’s everything one could hope for. Arguably the four best college teams in the nation are set for action in two highly-anticipated contests. Read More


Nerd Factor: Santa’s Resume

Dr. Mike Robinson, LC Communication Studies Professor~

Way back in Sensational She-Hulk #8, writer/artist John Byrne introduced Nick St. Christopher to the Marvel Universe.  Nick was an interesting fellow, because he could tell who was naughty or nice.  He could enter any residence with a chimney, and he could travel anywhere in the world almost instantly.  As such, his powers were uniquely suited to private detective work, but mostly during the summer months when he was not doing his main job.   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