Pannell Scholar Shelby Benny ’19 knows that history is best studied — and experienced — right where it happened. So in March, the sophomore from Dothan, Ala., boarded a plane to Germany to complete a big chunk of her research on “The Origins of WWII: Exploration into a City of Revolution and Rebellion.”
Sweet Briar’s president, Phillip C. Stone, is sponsoring a special performance of “Marie Curie: A Staged Song Cycle” at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 1, in the College’s Memorial Chapel.
Sweet Briar’s final Gager Concert of the semester will feature four Beethoven piano sonatas performed by Lexington-based pianist, composer, organist and teacher Jonathan Cook.
Sweet Briar students advocate for the arts in Capitol, rub elbows with Big Bird’s friends in D.C. streets
For those who appreciate the arts, there may never be a better time to learn how to take a fight to Capitol Hill.
Sweet Briar College faculty members have been on a roll lately, accumulating awards recognizing their teaching excellence and contributions in their fields.