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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Hornets Make Dance Work

Grace Cavanaugh, Staff Writer~

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Illustration by Nicole Freewalt.

Dance Works will host their  fall concert on November 8th at 7:30 p.m. in the Dillard Theater. According to Jeff Wittman, Professor and Chair for Theatre, Dance Works is “[a] variety of dance styles performed in a one-night only fall showcase.”

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Lynchburg gets linked in with LinkedIn

Grace Cavanaugh, Staff Writer~


Brian Galicia

A representative from LinkedIn visited the University of Lynchburg to give students tips and tricks about using the professional social networking site.

Brian Galicia, who is a worldwide sales director at Microsoft, visited the university on Wednesday, October 17, and was enthused about the student turnout for his talk. He said, “It was fantastic! There was probably sixty plus students that came.”

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Bordewich to speak at first year seminar

Anna-Catherine Kueng- Assistant Editor~


Author and historian, Fergus Bordewich, will speak to students at the GS100 Freshman Seminar on Friday, October 19. He is best known for writing The First Congress: How James Madison, George Washington, and a Group of Extraordinary Men Invented the Government, but he has also published six other successful non-fiction books. His writings focus primarily on American history during the 18th and 19th century.

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