29 Apr, 2016| by btreash Julie Booher (E&H '07) and Rachel Giesy Chesser (E&H '93) met for purely professional reasons, but it didn't take long to discover they had Emory & Henry in common.
28 Apr, 2016| by btreash Ed and June Thomas have recently started a scholarship fund that will benefit students with financial need while also honoring three Thomas brothers who graduated from Emory & Henry.
28 Apr, 2016| by btreash It was the 29th Annual Benefactors Luncheon, but the event seemed brand new this year.
27 Apr, 2016| by btreash Graduates of the Emory & Henry College teacher preparation program have established a scholarship for future students of the program.
15 Apr, 2016| by btreash Kadie Britt (E&H '13) is making entomology the coolest thing on six feet. Read more to learn about the work she's doing with the problematic kudzu bug.
14 Apr, 2016| by btreash Cat Richardson ('13) says the Peace Corps will "push you so far out of your comfort zone you'll forget you had one!" This young grad has taken full advantage of her adventure in Moldova.
11 Apr, 2016| by btreash The Emory & Henry College Alumni Association recently recognized four of E&H graduates and one professor for their distinctive service to the college, their careers and their communities.
18 Feb, 2016| by btreash Black belt in karate, Patriot Guard Rider, Actor, Stunt Man -- oh, and financial advisor. There's more to Larry Parrish ('85) than his business card.
15 Feb, 2016| by btreash Adam Parks is seeing some great success lately in a field that surprises him.
01 Feb, 2016| by btreash Sue Thompson Hubble (E&H '69) retires from a career of serving the United Methodist Church -- and all the people beneath the steeple.
01 Feb, 2016| by btreash Pam Kestner (E&H '83) has been quietly leading as the Governor's Coordinating Council on Homelessness has made history.
01 Feb, 2016| by btreash T-Bone Lewis (E&H '59) is the man with a defensive driving plan.
20 Jan, 2016| by btreash After 44 years, Greg Lowe ('72) and David Cox just had a great reunion.
20 Jan, 2016| by btreash Charlie Sult (E&H '50) is a champion for education, and he uses his good heart to encourage young people to achieve their dreams and goals.
15 Jan, 2016| by btreash After almost 20 years as a teacher, Joseph Hicks knows a thing or two about kids. And it's that knowledge that led him to write "Paige and Sophie: Soccer Twins," a children's book about two soccer-playing sisters who are identical on the outside but very different inside.