Sweet Briar College business students raised nearly $3,000 in two recent fundraisers to benefit the Jennifer Hunter Yates Sarcoma Foundation. Both events were held in honor of Sweet Briar student Claire Shaw ’15, who was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma this summer.
Sweet Briar College business students will host a spaghetti luncheon and silent auction from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at First Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg.
The Salt Block Project, a student-run initiative of Sweet Briar’s business department, hosted its second Entrepreneurship Awards Dinner Thursday, Oct. 11, in Prothro Dining Room. Jenness Gough ’13 handed out the “Salty Awards,” as they are informally known, to recognize recipients in three categories.
Emily Cochran ’14 and Katie Drake ’14 recently placed second in a statewide competition sponsored by Virginia Phi Beta Lambda. Cochran scored second highest in the state on a statistical analysis test, while Drake was second on a financial concepts test. Phi Beta Lambda, the college and university division of the Future Business Leaders of [...]
In August 2011, Sweet Briar students Allissa Abdelwahed ’14 and Anna Richards ’14 formed a business partnership that is starting to make waves. They are calling it Sweet Drivers, and it all began last summer when Abdelwahed, an international affairs and philosophy major and business minor, was learning to drive. Abdelwahed’s mother, concerned for her [...]