Over the years many students have played the role of Joe Bear. Where are they now?
After the Taliban pushed them from their university and homes in August 2021, Afghan refugees have found homes at new institutions all over the world â€“ including LR, where almost a dozen students have found safety and support.
The Visiting Writers Series celebrates 35 years of inspiration, creativity and artistry.
Utilizing a found interview of 1920s alumni â€” explore how campus has changed in the last 100 years.
Anna Magann â€™04 is investing in the next generation of LR Bears through the Anna Scott Magann Scholarship.
Fred Zayas '86 was probably always destined for a life in the aerospace industry, and Lenoir-Rhyne helped him get there.
The Bears of Distinction have served Lenoir-Rhyne's campus for almost two decades, creating a bond and invaluable experiences between alumni, prospective students and campus visitors.
Lenoir-Rhyne students have the unique opportunity to choose and control their own research projects with the help of dedicated faculty members.
Alumni and students at Lenoir-Rhyne work with Centro Latino to support the Latin American community across Catawba County and beyond.
Helen and Leonard Moretz Stadium â€” an integral part of the LR experience for students, alumni and the community â€“ received a renovation just in time for the fall 2022 football season.
Q&A with Laura Crawley, Ph.D., inaugural vice president for mission, engagement and innovation.
Q&A with Jennifer Burris, Ph.D., vice president for academic affairs and provost.