Sweet Briar College faculty members have been on a roll lately, accumulating awards recognizing their teaching excellence and contributions in their fields.
On Sunday, Sweet Briar’s Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association Zone 4, Region 2 qualifiers headed to the University of Virginia to compete in the finals.
Poets Debra Nystrom and Ann Fisher-Wirth will visit Sweet Briar College to read from their works at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, and Tuesday, April 11, respectively.
Sweet Briar College’s Babcock Season will culminate this month with a one-woman show by theater professor Adanma Barton. Offering a “candid look at women’s health issues,” Barton will stage “Lost and Found” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 30.
Since 1927, riders and horses have gathered each spring at Sweet Briar College to compete in the Annual Horse Show. This year, the College will celebrate the 90th anniversary of the event on April 8.