ON THE HILL Campus Notes

Men's Chorus Performs at Carnegie Hall


Men's Chorus Performs at Carnegie Hall
The Hampden-Sydney College Men's Chorus joined over 250 other men at Carnegie Hall to perform Randall Thompson's "Testament of Freedom."
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H-SC Celebrates Literacy


H-SC Celebrates Literacy
Building on a tradition established almost twenty years ago by Dr. and Mrs. Walter Bortz, President Larry Stimpert and his wife Lesley hosted more than one thousand local children at Kirby Field House for Hampden-Sydney’s first Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash.
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Sam Murphy: Challenge Accepted


Sam Murphy: Challenge Accepted
Incoming Student Body President Sam Murphy '18 flies through life as fast as he skates down the hilly campus paths, full of energy and enthusiasm. It’s hard to imagine that just three years ago Sam lay in a hospital bed in Germany making the decision to have his left hand amputated after seven unsuccessful surgeries.
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Ethics: Theory Meets Practice at H-SC


Ethics: Theory Meets Practice at H-SC
The College’s efforts to "form good men and good citizens" encourages students to think deeply about the dilemmas facing American society, efforts which have proven successful with H-SC’s champion ethics team and business ethics program.
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Office of Career Development Connects Students and Alumni


Office of Career Development Connects Students and Alumni
Hampden-Sydney’s Office of Career Education hosted multiple events to prepare students for the competitive job market they will enter shortly; many of those efforts were made possible by the direct involvement of Hampden-Sydney graduates.
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