• Postmodern Blues: Alumni Help Publish Cabas Novel

    September 16, 2020


    The countless Hampden-Sydney alumni who learned the art of rhetoric from Dr. Victor N. Cabas, Jr. during his 35 years on the Hill will be pleased to know that the late professor’s novel, Postmodern Blues, has been published posthumously by Hypocrite Press.

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  • H-SC Named “Best Value School” by U.S. News

    September 15, 2020


    Once again, Hampden-Sydney College has been named one of the top liberal arts colleges in the nation by U.S. News & World Report in the publication’s 2021 college rankings.

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  • Summer Research Goes Virtual

    September 14, 2020


    When the COVID curveball forced the suspension of most on-campus and field research projects, Director of Undergraduate Research Mike Wolyniak faced the daunting task of providing a meaningful research experience while following state health and safety protocols.

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  • Report from the Chairman of the Board of Trustees

    September 03, 2020


    The Chairman of the Board of Trustees Peebles Harrison shared the following report with the H-SC community on September 3, 2020.

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  • A Heart for Giving

    September 03, 2020


    Dr. Joe Austin ’71 became a cardiologist because he believes in helping others. With his leadership and philanthropy, Austin is making a difference in the future of Hampden-Sydney College.

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  • A Long-Awaited Welcome Back

    August 27, 2020


    After six months of an empty campus, Hampden-Sydney College is thrilled to welcome students back to the Hill for our 246th academic year.

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  • Princeton Review Names H-SC Top College

    August 19, 2020


    Hampden-Sydney College has once again been named one of the nation’s best colleges by the Princeton Review.

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  • Red Hill Comes to Life for History Major

    August 14, 2020


    Stanton Camp ’22 immersed himself in history this summer as an intern at Red Hill Plantation, researching and documenting the history of enslaved people at the site.

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  • $6 Million Gift Supports Compass Program

    August 04, 2020


    Hampden-Sydney College announced today that it has received a $6 million gift from Rob ’87 and Cindy Citrone to support Compass, the College’s experiential learning program. The gift is the second largest in the College’s 245-year history.

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  • Young Alumnus Founds National Non-Profit

    August 04, 2020


    When COVID-19 cut clinical rotations short and delayed board exams, medical student Aaron Gilani, Hampden-Sydney Class of 2015, found a way to fill his days—and take a break from studying for boards—while helping others.

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