Proudly We Sing to Thee

It’s homecoming weekend at Lincoln Memorial University! This is one of my favorite times of year on campus because I get to see the wonderful impact this place has made in the lives of our alumni. Already there has been plenty of fun with a homecoming dance and a student bonfire. Some of the items on the rest of the schedule include dedications of the newest buildings on campus, reunion lunches for our six Greek organizations, and several alumni sporting events. The festivities will end tomorrow night with what is probably the biggest event of the weekend—the alumni banquet and awards dinner.

I am especially excited for the banquet because this year I will be participating in the ceremony as part of the University Concert Choir. Not only will we get to perform some of our concert selections for faculty members and alumni, but we will also have the opportunity to dine with them and hear how life as a Railsplitter has influenced them in other ways. It’s a unique privilege to get to represent the University, and I am so glad that I get to take part in it. Continue reading