Courtney Mengel ’19 entered LVC as an undeclared major, unsure of what she wanted to make of her future. She left as a double major in art & visual culture and English with the goal of becoming a museum curator or collections manager.
Sara Smith ’05 understood the growing value of a liberal arts education, which drew her to LVC. As an English and political science double major, Smith fell in love with the College’s humanities offerings.
Tony Gorick ’11 knew from a young age that he enjoyed writing and helping the community around him. When he heard about LVC through his mother, Jennifer, Gorick fell in love with the mixture of communications and other media that LVC’s English Department…
Four Lebanon Valley College students were named Fulbright Finalists. Senior Spanish and English double major Rachel Duong ’19 will travel to Brazil for a year as an English teaching assistant as a Fulbright Finalist.