Four Sweet Briar students — Sarah Saleem ’20, Aisha Saleem ’20, Nara Boldbaatar ’20 and Rosemary Austin ’21 — have been admitted to Google’s 10-week intensive machine learning course that will take place this summer.
For the fifth time in school history, Sweet Briar is the Old Dominion Athletic Conference equestrian champion, as the Vixens finished atop the conference at the ODAC Championships.
Last summer I was an intern at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C. — thanks to the relationship Sweet Briar has with Biltmore. Without Sweet Briar, I would have never had this opportunity nor learned these valuable life lessons!
Sweet Briar House is a featured stop this year during the Garden Club of Virginia’s Historic Garden Week, which takes place April 27-May 4. Sweet Briar House is part of the Lynchburg tour from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30.
The Sweet Briar equestrian team is headed to IHSA Nationals after the Vixens became the Zone 4 Reserve Champions on Saturday in Charlottesville at the Zone 4 Championships, hosted by the University of Virginia.
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