On Sunday, Nov. 10 at 12:00 p.m., the University of Lynchburg Women’s Basketball program defeated Meredith College by a score of 81-60. This game was the first of the regular season, and they began their campaign with a big win.
Third-year guard for the Lady Hornets, Maggie Quarles, started off the game by scoring a three-pointer. In total, she scored 15 points in the game. Second-year transfer student and guard, Alissa Smalls, was the highest scorer in the game with 18 points.
Have you ever played the game of Monopoly? Isn’t it great to grasp the sense of power that goes along with being Master of the Board? Your tenacity and success at gaining all of that stuff. “All those houses and hotels. All that property–Boardwalk and Park Place, the railroads and the utility companies. All those thousands of dollars. WHEN THE GAME IS OVER, IT ALL GOES BACK IN THE BOX,” wrote John Ortberg, author of If You Want to Walk On Water, You’ve Got to Get Out of the Boat.
Sometimes you just don’t want it all to go back in the box. So what is the lesson that some of the smartest people in the world forget? What is the biggest lesson that life has to teach? Well, here is the predicament that you face: repeatedly you lose sight of what is important and what isn’t. What is important is the absolute necessity of arranging your life around what matters in light of your mortality and eternity.
The University of Lynchburg’s Spiritual Life Center hired their first Interfaith Chaplain in the fall semester of 2019. The new chaplain, Jer Bryant, has also been the Wilmer Writing Center director for the past six years.
Bryant has one main goal for this campus and that is interfaith dialogue. He explained, “I love those kinds of collaborations where you take people from different religions … and then put them together for a common goal of helping humanity.”.
November is officially here! The Walgreens I work at is already stuffed with Christmas items, and I have yet to do my present-shopping. Now is a good time to think about gifts, because before you know it, it will be that gift-giving season!
As a college student, though, you may not be able to buy presents for everyone. A solution that I use every year is creating something for my friends that are personal to them. While listening to your favorite holiday tunes, here are some ideas for excellent holiday presents.
On Wednesday, Nov. 13th at 7:00 p.m, Holocaust survivor Halina Yasharoff Peabody, will give a lecture about her experiences. According to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum website, Peabody was born December 12, 1932, in Karkow, Poland, to a Jewish family. Her father was a dentist and her mother was a champion swimmer.
Professor Naomi Amos said the purpose of the lecture is, “sharing historical experience is a form of oral history and giving testimony to a time that was horrific and should never happen again.”
My mom is an amazing, hard working woman. She does so much for everyone and I am not sure how she does it. I feel that sometimes people just do not understand how much my mom does for everyone. She takes on so much responsibility with her job, classes to get her Ph.D., still helping out my travel softball organization, and much more! She is always really busy! Even through the roughest days, my mom pushes through it with a smile on her face. I really think I get it from her because I am always busy with my job(s) and extracurricular activities. If I was older, I could probably be my mom’s twin because we are so much alike. The one thing that I cherish the most is the relationship that my mom and I have. She is my best friend and I can go to talk to her about anything. Whether it is to vent about all the homework I have or things that are just not going right in life, I can talk to her about anything. Here are some of the reasons why I love having my mom as my best friend.