Select Page
Colbi Johnson: Giving Her All for Service

Colbi Johnson: Giving Her All for Service

Colbi Johnson is an Alice Lloyd College sophomore who is a Knott County, Kentucky native seizing the opportunity to be a force of change in Central Appalachia by becoming a servant leader.  A 2016 graduate of Hazard High School, she excelled in both academic and...
Dr. Steve Herr: Creating Model Educators for the Region

Dr. Steve Herr: Creating Model Educators for the Region

by Dru Walters, Student Contributor Alice Lloyd College is known for producing the best teachers in the Appalachian region which is due, in no small part, to the efforts of education professor, Dr. Steve Herr.  Even in his spare time, Dr. Herr insists that he is...
ALC Students Find Joy in Service

ALC Students Find Joy in Service

by Jerri Whitner, Student Contributor Recently, twelve Alice Lloyd College student-athletes put the ALC motto “A light unto the mountains” into action by visiting the nursing homes in Knott and Perry County. Led by Campus Ministry Coordinator, Mary Turner, and her...
Donor Spotlight: Keith and Anne Damon

Donor Spotlight: Keith and Anne Damon

by Dru Walters, Student Contributor Seeing the world and everything in it has always figured largely into Keith and Anne Damon’s plans. While they have lived in Fairfax, Virginia, for over 38 years, together the two have traveled to more than 147 countries. Their...
Audra Boggs: Embracing Her Roots

Audra Boggs: Embracing Her Roots

Audra Joann Boggs, first-generation college graduate, considers herself among the leaders that are shaped at Alice Lloyd College. She is the daughter of Jeff and Wyona Boggs and was born and raised in Millstone, Kentucky. Audra embraces her deep, Eastern Kentucky...
A New ALC Student’s Thoughts on College Life

A New ALC Student’s Thoughts on College Life

The annual ALC New Student Summer Orientation, held every June, gives new students and their families an opportunity to better acquaint themselves with the ALC community. One member of the class of 2022, Callie Chaney, followed the event by writing about how and why...