April 17, 2014

Voice of the Blue Raiders

View from the Hill can be heard at 10:40 a.m. CT Monday-Friday on WAIN-FM (93.5).

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discusses the week that was and looks ahead to the week that shall be in LWC athletics.

April 16, 2014

Director of Civic Engagement and Student Leadership Amy Thompson-Wells discusses the second-annual L3 Leadership Symposium.

View from the Hill can be heard at 10:40 a.m. CT Monday-Friday on WAIN-FM (93.5).

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April 15, 2014
CAMPUS LEADERS SWITCH ROLES DURING LEADERSHIP SYMPOSIUM — Lindsey Wilson College Associate Professor of Music Gerald Chafin, left, and men’s soccer coach Ray Wells swapped roles on Tuesday while giving students a lesson about leadership. The two taught a session about “Coaching for Teamwork: Developing Leaders from the Legacies of John Maxwell and John Wooden.” Chafin is the college’s longtime director of choral music, and Wells has been the college’s men’s soccer coach since the program was founded in 1990. Their session was part of Wednesday’s kickoff of the second-annual LWC L3 Leadership Symposium. The title of this year’s two-day symposium is “Take the Lead Be the Change,” which focuses on leaders who guided an organization through change.

CAMPUS LEADERS SWITCH ROLES DURING LEADERSHIP SYMPOSIUM — Lindsey Wilson College Associate Professor of Music Gerald Chafin, left, and men’s soccer coach Ray Wells swapped roles on Tuesday while giving students a lesson about leadership. The two taught a session about “Coaching for Teamwork: Developing Leaders from the Legacies of John Maxwell and John Wooden.” Chafin is the college’s longtime director of choral music, and Wells has been the college’s men’s soccer coach since the program was founded in 1990. Their session was part of Wednesday’s kickoff of the second-annual LWC L3 Leadership Symposium. The title of this year’s two-day symposium is “Take the Lead Be the Change,” which focuses on leaders who guided an organization through change.

April 15, 2014
CLINTON COUNTY SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT RETURNS TO SPEAK AT LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE — Clinton County (Ky.) Schools Superintendent Charlotte Bernard was the keynote speaker at this year’s LWC Alumni Heritage Event, held Monday, April 14, at the Norma and Glen Hodge Center for Discipleship. Bernard, who graduated from LWC in 1993, is in her second year as the leader of Clinton County’s 1,700-student public school system. She discussed her two-decade career in education, and also met with the college’s education faculty and majors. The event was sponsored by the LWC Student Alumni Relations Council. From left: LWC Director of Alumni Relations  Randy Burns; Student Alumni Relations Council Vice President Jesse McCandless of Elizabethtown, Ky.; Bernard; Student Alumni Relations Council Secretary Brittany Dean of Louisville, Ky.; and Student Alumni Relations Council President Paula Adkins of Strunk, Ky.

CLINTON COUNTY SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT RETURNS TO SPEAK AT LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE — Clinton County (Ky.) Schools Superintendent Charlotte Bernard was the keynote speaker at this year’s LWC Alumni Heritage Event, held Monday, April 14, at the Norma and Glen Hodge Center for Discipleship. Bernard, who graduated from LWC in 1993, is in her second year as the leader of Clinton County’s 1,700-student public school system. She discussed her two-decade career in education, and also met with the college’s education faculty and majors. The event was sponsored by the LWC Student Alumni Relations Council. From left: LWC Director of Alumni Relations Randy Burns; Student Alumni Relations Council Vice President Jesse McCandless of Elizabethtown, Ky.; Bernard; Student Alumni Relations Council Secretary Brittany Dean of Louisville, Ky.; and Student Alumni Relations Council President Paula Adkins of Strunk, Ky.

April 15, 2014
Coaching for Teamwork with Gerald Chafin & Ray Wells. @LWCAthletics

Coaching for Teamwork with Gerald Chafin & Ray Wells. @LWCAthletics

April 15, 2014
Studying in the Hodge Center.

Studying in the Hodge Center.

April 15, 2014

Blue Raider softball coach David Dews on the season’s uneven schedule his team has played this spring.

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April 14, 2014
Clinton County (KY) Schools Superintendent Charlotte Bernard speaks at Heritage Event Series.

Clinton County (KY) Schools Superintendent Charlotte Bernard speaks at Heritage Event Series.

April 14, 2014

Director of Public Relations Duane Bonifer previews the week on The Hill.

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April 12, 2014
NEW ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM SET TO LEAD LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE STUDENT BODY IN 2014-15 — The student leadership for the 2014-15 Lindsey Wilson College school year was officially introduced Friday night, during the college’s spring formal in Biggers Sports Center. Jonathan Joseph of Louisville, Ky., far left, was re-elected president of the LWC Student Government Association, and  Katherine Koper of Central City, Ky., was elected as vice president. The two ran unopposed. Joseph, who is a communication and history junior, will also serve as the student representative on the Lindsey Wilson Board of Trustees. Koper, who is a psychophysiology junior, will replace Jimmy Harrison of London, Ky., who did not stand for election. The three were joined by LWC Dean of Students Chris Schmidt.

NEW ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM SET TO LEAD LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE STUDENT BODY IN 2014-15 The student leadership for the 2014-15 Lindsey Wilson College school year was officially introduced Friday night, during the college’s spring formal in Biggers Sports Center. Jonathan Joseph of Louisville, Ky., far left, was re-elected president of the LWC Student Government Association, and Katherine Koper of Central City, Ky., was elected as vice president. The two ran unopposed. Joseph, who is a communication and history junior, will also serve as the student representative on the Lindsey Wilson Board of Trustees. Koper, who is a psychophysiology junior, will replace Jimmy Harrison of London, Ky., who did not stand for election. The three were joined by LWC Dean of Students Chris Schmidt.

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