May 18, 2010
Last fall, the Rugby Club raised $200 which was donated to the Prince Edward-Farmville Youth Association to sponsor a recreational soccer team. PEFYA had enough money last fall to sponsor all the teams and so carried the Rugby Club funds over to sponsor one of the Under-9 teams playing this spring.
The Under-9 team that was sponsored by the H-SC Rugby Club won the Spring 2010 season championships for its age group in a heart stopping game on Sunday, May 23. Two sudden death overtimes left the score tied at 1-1, requiring a round of penalty kicks to settle the match.
Barron Frazier '12 has been accepted to the UK Fulbright Summer Institute at Roehampton University in London. Barron is one of only eight students from across the U.S. accepted for the program.
Thompson Hospitality has been named a Black Enterprise Magazine 100s Company of the Year.
Led by CEO Warren M. Thompson '81, Thompson Hospitality Corp. has delivered double-digit revenue growth each year since its founding in 1992, earning the food service company based in Herndon, VA, Black Enterprise's 100s Industrial/Service Company of the Year honors.
Thomas O. Robbins '04, MPhil (Oxon.) has been named a 2010 Pickering Graduate Fellowship winner.
On May 8, David N. Martin '52 gave the Commencement Address at Radford University -- "What’s Your One Thing? Branding the Radford Graduate."
Thomas O. Gormley '10 was recently featured in the Brandeis International Business School Newsletter, pages 5-6.
The H- SC Bookstore has three new T-shirts that were designed by H-SC students, Benjamin Brown ’10 (left), Gordon McCormick ’10 (right), and Harrison Keeler '11, who is studying in London second semester. These students won the 2009 T-Shirt Contest, and the tees were produced from their designs. Choose from Hampden-Sydney Monopoly (Brown), The Game (McCormick), or Country Club (Keeler).