On September 6, Hampden-Sydney College announced receipt of a $30 million gift from Mr. Stanley F. Pauley via The Pauley Family Foundation. This transformational gift, the largest in the College’s history, will support the construction of a new, state-of-the-art science facility, which will be named the Pauley Science Center.
The 2018-2019 academic year marked the beginning of a four-year leadership track at Hampden-Sydney College. Named in honor of the late College president, the Wilson Leadership Fellows Program endeavors to prepare the next generation of servant leaders in the mold of Lt. Gen. Samuel V. Wilson.
Reverend Brian McVey ’90 has become a leading advocate in the fight to abolish human trafficking, working alongside his parishioners and other activists to rescue victims, support survivors, educate the public, and lobby all levels of governmental and ecclesiastical power.
The 2018-19 academic year marked the 40th Anniversary of the Hampden-Sydney Rhetoric Program, a milestone commemorate by a series of lectures and discussions held during the month of March. On March 22, eight alumni from a variety of industries gathered on campus for “Rhetoric at Work,” a panel discussion exploring the importance of communication in the modern workplace.