• Alumni Document Prince Edward Story

    February 19, 2020


    On February 18, Hampden-Sydney College hosted a conversation about the historic closing of public schools in Prince Edward County and its continued significance both locally and nationally.

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  • Micro-Internships: A New Way to Build a Resumé

    February 17, 2020


    The Ferguson Career Center at Hampden-Sydney College announces the launch of its newest competitive advantage for students: the Micro-Internship Program.

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  • Paul Trible ’68 Walks the Talk

    February 14, 2020


    The Honorable Paul S. Trible, Jr. ’68 recently addressed a crowd at Hampden-Sydney College, crediting his alma mater with modeling what a great college should look like and informing the framework with which he built up Christopher Newport University.

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  • Alumni Network Ranked No. 2 by Princeton Review

    February 05, 2020


    The Hampden-Sydney College alumni network has been ranked second in the nation by The Princeton Review, which has named Hampden-Sydney a 2020 Best Value College.

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  • The Power of Rhetoric

    February 04, 2020


    Dr. Sean Gleason, assistant professor of rhetoric at Hampden-Sydney College, uses his expertise in the study of oral histories to identify and preserve historical sites of the Yupiit tribe in Alaska’s Yukon River Delta.

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  • Meaningful Giving

    February 03, 2020


    Serving as chairman of his 50th Reunion reminded one alumnus of the many things he loves about Hampden-Sydney—and motivated him to help provide for the College’s future.

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  • A Winning Combination

    January 30, 2020


    Combining liberal arts and entrepreneurship studies, Hampden-Sydney College gives students a leg up in the competitive world of business.

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  • An Eventful Spring for the Wilson Center

    January 28, 2020


    The Wilson Center for Leadership announces a distinguished collection of speakers throughout the spring 2020 semester.

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  • Hampden-Sydney To Host NURVa Conference

    January 22, 2020


    On Saturday, January 25, Hampden-Sydney College will host the inaugural NURVa Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference, with over 200 participants from 20 institutions registered to attend.

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  • College Announces Center for Public History

    January 16, 2020


    Hampden-Sydney Collge has announced the formation of a new Center for Public History, housed in the College’s innovative Pannill Center for Rhetoric and Communication.

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Office of Communications and Marketing


Gordon Neal
Director of Communications and Marketing
gneal@hsc.edu
(434) 223-7229

Parker Nixon
Communications and Marketing Coordinator
pnixon@hsc.edu
(434) 223-6263

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