Mystic Magic: Five Ways to Destress

Grace Cavanaugh ~ Staff Writer

Our wonderfully long Thanksgiving break is over and finals are fast approaching. These next two weeks are probably the most stressful of the entire semester, but as someone who has lived through two final weeks so far, I can promise there is light at the end of the tunnel.

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UL in History: LUNCHburg

Dr Clifton W. Potter Jr, UL History Professor~

Last week while cleaning out one of the drawers in my file cabinet I found a spiral binder that one of my students gave me, but it has lain forgotten for years.  I kept it because the cover was misprinted. Instead of “Lynchburg College” one reads “Lunchburg College.” Next Sunday, November 11th we shall mark the centennial of the end of World War I.  One hundred years ago Lynchburg really was Lunchburg.

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Never Give Up

Katherine Daniel, Editor in Chief~


All it takes is something simple, like waking up too late, having to rush around in the morning because you forgot about an assignment that was due, or forgetting your notebook for one of your classes. In that one sudden instant, a day at college can go from being one of the greatest days to being one that you just want to be done with so you can go back to sleep for the rest of the day.

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Lynchburg in History: Our College Lake

Dr. Clifton W. Potter, UofL History Professor~

Virginia Christian College, which was our name until 1919, was in a rural setting outside the city limits of Lynchburg, just beyond the terminal point of the streetcar line.  When Westover Hall was constructed in 1890, some of the land around the structure was cleared, but the site was still heavily wooded in 1903 when Dr. Hopwood purchased the property.

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Cuddle Weather

Sarah Irby, Editor in Chief~

It’s fall, y’all! You know what that means? It means the weather is going to start getting cooler, the sweaters, scarves and boots are going to come out, and we’re all going to be sipping on our pumpkin spice lattes. The season also means it’s prime time for snuggling, so you better get your cuddle buddies ready. Read More

Proactive VS Reactive

Carter Elliott, Staff Columnist~

Tensions are running high in the United States after North Korea tested what the U.S. called the most powerful nuclear bomb ever. This has driven both the U.S. and South Korea into a political tailspin.

South Korea has begun to complete emergency live-fire testing exercises to prepare its people for a possible nuclear strike from their northern counterpart. China has even Read More

Tally After Tally

Sarah Irby, Editor in Chief~

Have you ever lied about your body count? No, I don’t mean the number of people you’ve killed (obviously), but rather the number of people you’ve slept with.

For some reason, people still concern themselves with this number when it comes to a potential partner. If your number is too high, you’re a whore; if your number is too low, Read More