Monthly Archives: November 2013

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Congrats to the LFCC Forensics Team!

This past weekend, The Collegiate Forensics’ Association Holiday Tournament, took place at the Middletown campus.  We had close to 100 people from 9 colleges and universities participating from all over the Eastern US.   The LFCC team did very well. Our team placed 3rd out of 9 colleges. Please congratulate these students when you see them. 


Bookstore Survey

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State Champions!

LFCC Men’s Rugby Wins Conference and State Championship Lord Fairfax Community College men’s rugby team competed in the Cardinal Collegiate Conference Division III Championship this weekend. The Lions went into the playoffs as the number two seed, after finishing the regular conference season tied with Hampden-Sydney at 3-1. The only conference loss the Lions had

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Men’s Rugby earn spot in Playoffs

The LFCC Men’s Rugby team earned the number 2 seed in the Cardinal Conference Playoffs the weekend of November 16-17. LFCC matches against Christopher Newport at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16. The winner of the match will play in the Final on Sunday, Nov. 17; where, that winner will advance to the National Playoffs on


What is the NEW Building at Middletown?

A Letter from the SGA A few weeks ago, the LFCC Student Government Association passed through the student lounge in orange reflective jackets and hard hats. We got quite a few questionable looks from students and faculty alike, so we figured we should let you all know what we were doing. We are all very


Wanda’s Visit

‘Wanda’s Visit’ opens at LFCC By LAURA MCFARLAND The Winchester Star WINCHESTER — A woman called Wanda will bring the absurd to Lord Fairfax Community College this weekend. People coming to the college’s performance of Christopher Du­rang’s one-act play “Wanda’s Visit” should be prepared for the crazi­ness, director Calee McCauley said. The stage is set