Supporting student well-being in mind, body and spirit, Mental Health Week forged campus connections and offered something for everyone.
Six months into his time at LR, Dean of Students Harry Titus, Ed.D., reflects on the present and future of campus life and student support.
True love is resilient. Tyler and Natisha Prince found it in each other and in the family and friends by their sides through good times, hard times and beyond.
Student-improvised comedy is coming to LR in late 2024, with a little help from the Kenneth K. Millholland and Suzanne G. Millholland Endowment.
For Mary Ellen Sherrill ’10, ‘Once a Bear, Always a Bear’ is a slogan that guides her life as an alumna and as the newly named director of alumni and donor engagement.
Lee Vue, MBA '23, found flexibility and support at LR to help her balance work, life and school as she pursued her goals and dreams.
Alongside leaders making a difference in diversity, equity and inclusion all over the nation, Avery Staley received an award for Lifetime Achievement in DEI.
Funds totaling almost $40,000 will support inquiries into recreational math, Chinese culture, Indigenous philosophies and local economies.
As the new director of BEAR Central, Teena Brooks, M.A. '17, brings experience and a passionate commitment to student success to the role.
Starting January 22, students have a fast, easy way to schedule tutoring and academic coaching appointments online.
In the final semester of her Ph.D., Kabre Heck '19 has accumulated honors and accolades – including an NIH fellowship. Now she looks to a future and a new research niche.
The Lenoir-Rhyne theatre program won a high honor in the 2023 North Carolina Theatre Conference Awards in recognition of the program's artistic and educational excellence.