New Students Against Destructive Decisions Group

Published by The Critograph on April 20, 2016
Katherine Graves, Staff Writer-

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LC SADD Treasurer sophomore Jared Mabe, Secretary sophomore Brianna Heath, Vice President sophomore Jeffrey Snow, Marketing Rep. first-year Celeste Arthur-Schroder, President first-year Kacie Smith, Laison first-year Colby Phillips. Photo by Katherine Graves.

Lynchburg College‘s new Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is a network that educates young people in middle school, high school and college about making healthy decisions in difficult situations and in their daily lives, according to the SADD website. The group will confront topics like underage drinking, drug use, violence, mental health and sexual orientation.

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Ice Kream Dance Party Contributes to Jubilee Center

Published by The Critograph on April 13, 2016
Katherine Graves, Staff Writer-

Lynchburg College’s Alpha Phi Alpha and Liberty University’s Kappa Alpha Psi, two historically African American, National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) fraternities, held a dance party fundraiser to help the Jubilee Family Development Center last Saturday.

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Senior Museum Studies Minor Curates Exhibit

Published by The Critograph on April 6, 2016
Katherine Graves, Staff Writer-

Lynchburg College Senior Frances “Bess” Spencer’s exhibition “Napoleon in Exile” will run until April 12 and contains works that depict the reign and fall of Napoleon Bonaparte.

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Death in the Family: Lack of Campus Policy

Published by The Critograph on March 30, 2016
Katherine Graves, Staff Writer-

Lynchburg College does not have a formal attendance policy for students who experience a death in their family and encourages students who experience loss to contact the Chaplain’s Office, who will notify students’ professors and advisors.

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