Over the years many students have played the role of Joe Bear. Where are they now?
After the Taliban pushed them from their university and homes in August 2021, Afghan refugees have found homes at new institutions all over the world – including LR, where almost a dozen students have found safety and support.
The Visiting Writers Series celebrates 35 years of inspiration, creativity and artistry.
Utilizing a found interview of 1920s alumni — explore how campus has changed in the last 100 years.
Anna Magann ’04 is investing in the next generation of LR Bears through the Anna Scott Magann Scholarship.
With a long family history of LR Bears, Alyssa Stewart returned to her alma mater in 2011. Now, she been named the new director of teaching education.
On Thursday, Nov. 9, the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary of Lenoir-Rhyne University, celebrated the installation of the Rev. Dr. Chad Rimmer as the rector and dean.
Our beloved Joe Bear is up for a 2023 Golden Reggy Award from the Mascot Hall of Fame. Our 2022 holiday greeting “Joe Alone” is nominated in the Best Video Short Category. Vote each day for Joe Bear. Voting closes on November 21.
The career shift from pharmacy to ministry may seem unusual, but the Rev. Evelyn Fulmore, Pharm.D., M.Div. '24, has moved seamlessly from supporting healthy bodies to caring for healthy spirits.
Focusing on physical, mental and spiritual health D'Etta Broam, MACM '23, brings the same joyful spirit to her ministry that she once brought to the young students in her care.
Inspired by her professors to give back, Jasmine Rodriguez Perez '23 is taking on the demands of work in social services in an internship where she is thriving and making a difference.
Caleb Knight '24 has long been a leader on the LR rocketry team. In the summer of 2023, he took his skills to the next level with an internship at the top of the aerospace industry.