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Senior, Maggie Brown, puts the skills that she learned at her intership to good use in LR’s radio station.

Real-life experiences

At some point in a college student’s career he or she needs to gain some real life experience. Most universities provide this knowledge through a required internship. LR is no different. Internships are important. That’s where you do a lot of learning and it’s a great way to get some hands on experience. In class…

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Carl A. Rudisill Library

Where the books are

When you enter the doors of Rudisill Library, you are greeted by quiet and something soothing—the smell of coffee. Right now, thanks to the alumni association, the library is giving away free cups of coffee.  Free—in the library. Who knew? You are also greeted by a load of helpful people. At the checkout desk, Joy…

(From left to right)  Dr. Barry Redmond, Coordinator of Corporate and Foundation Relations; Dr. Robert Allen, Executive Director of Development; Kim Pennington, Director for the Solmaz Institute for Obesity; and Michael Durham, Community Relations Manager of Piedmont Natural Gas.

Solmaz receives grant

Local utility company supports LRU’s Solmaz Institute for Obesity From Staff Reports Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Solmaz Institute for Obesity has received a $2,500 grant from the Piedmont Natural Gas Foundation to purchase equipment needed to measure body fat of adolescent clients served by the program. Community Relations Manager Michael Durham, of Piedmont Natural Gas, presented the…


Unifour Grant

Lenoir-Rhyne University Center for Commercial and Social Entrepreneurship Receives $7,500 from the Unifour Foundation Lenoir Rhyne University has been notified by John Francis, Northwest Regional Associate for the North Carolina Community Foundation, of a grant award for $7,500 from the UnifourFoundation, to support program costs for the newly created Center for Commercial and Social Entrepreneurship.…

Lenoir-Rhyne Senior, Zack Bunn, prays after a hard loss in Alabama.

Brother Bear

A community of support for student who lost his life The sudden loss of a Lenoir-Rhyne student, athlete, friend, and family member cast a cloud of tears across the campus on Monday night. Freshman football running back Vince Njoku lost his life in a drowning accident at Geitner Park on Monday evening. The LR community…