The Record 2015 July

FEATURE STORIES

Cushing Hall, historical photo

A Killing in Cushing: Student Fight Leads to Bloodshed

The 1857 story of how two students came to lethal blows inside the fourth passage of Cushing Hall

Alan Farrell
Where's Alan Farrell? 
Up on his mountain, overlooking the valley below, he has only one thing to say to his former students whom he's seen go on to do such great things for the country and for Virginia: "Thank you. Thanks for making my professional life mean something."
Alumni Delisanti and Cartwright
The Economics of Freedom: Alumni Pursue Doctorates in Political Economy
Dylan Dellisanti '14 and  Alexander Cartwright '13 speak on their scientific methods for understanding human action and institutions.
Intern Scholarship Program, Matt Goodrich rafting
Paid to Prepare: Intern Scholarship Program Grows
About half of the Hampden-Sydney student body pursues internships each summer. These are often key ventures needed to start successful careers.
Latane Confederate Sword
The Latané Sword: 150 Years Later
On display at the Atkinson Museum, the Latané Sword was donated to the College in 1989 by Raymond Byrd Wallace '60.

  • On the Hill

    On The Hill

    Class of 2015 Commencement: From Student to Citizen

    Center for the Study of the Constitution returns to H-SC

    Stephen Woodall '15 completes Senior Departmental Honors research

    Wilson Center receives Atwell Foundation grant

  • Sports News

    Sports News

    Burt Named First Team All-American

    28th Hall of Fame class announced

    Gray, Wiles named to All-ODAC, Capitol One Academic All-District

    Six Lacrosse Tigers named All-ODAC

  • Alumni News

    Alumni News

    Reunion Weekend 2015: Attendance Grows Again in Third Year

    Alumni Profile: Robert Pullum '87, restorer
    On his most rewarding restoration: "We transformed an abandoned building into this place of pride for the town...This project has really helped bring Hampden-Sydney's mission to life."