Two H-SC alumni wrote pieces featured on the front page of the commentary section of Sunday's Richmond Times-Dispatch on Constitution Day.
Hampden-Sydney College officially opens a new home for fine arts with the dedication of the Viar-Christ Center for the Arts in Brinkley Hall.
Four Hampden-Sydney students drove to Houston to help with hurricane relief.
Hampden-Sydney is ranked 96th among liberal arts colleges nationally.
Hampden-Sydney College was awarded $4 million by the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation for the creation of a scholarship endowment to support need-based financial aid for academically qualified students.
Dr. Lea, Dr. Palmer, Dr. Fischer, and Dean Vitale argued for the final spot on a life raft in the annual Raft Debate sponsored by the Unity Alliance at Hampden-Sydney College.
Hampden-Sydney has two new majors: engineering physics and biochemistry and molecular biology.
Walter "Shorty" Simms, the H-SC Tigers' most loyal cheerleader and supporter, passed away Thursday, August 31, 2017, at the age of 70.
Zane Moody '18 interned at the White & Case LLP Singapore office this summer.
The Opening Convocation ceremony on the lawn of Venable Hall kicked off the 2017-2018 academic year on Monday, August 21.
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