Shemika Anderson (left), laughs apologetically with Linda Anderson (right), for bumping into her from behind after not realizing the line of Lynchburg College graduates had stopped during the procession on Saturday morning. Sam O'Keefe/The News & Advance
Before commencement begins at Lynchburg College on Saturday, graduates huddle together under trees to avoid a light rainfall. Sam O'Keefe/The News & Advance
Friends and family guard themselves from the rain in front of Hopwood Hall on the Lynchburg College campus Saturday morning while waiting for the program to begin. Sam O'Keefe/The News & Advance
Colleen Dore (center) talks with classmates Taylor Drane and Kimberley Dulik at the Lynchburg College commencement Saturday morning. Sam O'Keefe/The News & Advance
Posted: Saturday, May 18, 2013 5:17 pm
Updated: 9:19 am, Thu Feb 6, 2014.
LYNCHBURG — More than 500 students graduated from Lynchburg College beneath cloudy skies on Saturday. Among them were 41 students helping mark a milestone for the college as the first to graduate from the school’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program, which opened in 2010.
Hundreds of family and friends braved the rain for LC’s 110th commencement.
Saturday, May 18, 2013 5:17 pm.
Updated: 9:19 am.