17 Feb, 2017| by btreash Lillian Minix is taking her artistic talents to the Girl Scouts.
08 Feb, 2017| by btreash Stewart Whitmore Plein ('82) has just completed the work for her Rare Books Certificate, and that is a rare designation, indeed.
07 Feb, 2017| by btreash This is no typical autobiography. Everyone needs to know the story of Norma Garrett's E&H experience and her life's accomplishments.
24 Jan, 2017| by btreash Eleanor Hutton turned 80 in November of 2016, and some of her best players came together for a reunion to celebrate the coaching icon
03 Jan, 2017| by btreash Susan Ratliff (E&H '93) has put aside her life in athletics for awhile in order to follow her baking passion.
16 Dec, 2016| by btreash If you're reading "Hidden Figures" by Margot Lee Shetterly, you will want to read this story of how Katherine Johnson overlaps with some great Emory & Henry alumni! (The movie opens Christmas Day...we'll have to see if our folks made the cut!)
14 Dec, 2016| by btreash Charlie Sturgill wants to protect our natural world -- and that means learning as much about it as possible.
14 Dec, 2016| by btreash Chris fell in love with Brazil while studying at Emory & Henry. Now, it is his home, and he's serving the community there.
11 Dec, 2016| by btreash Alvin Crowder (E&H '64) has retired from education but he is still wearing a suit to work...it just looks nothing like his old business suit!
09 Dec, 2016| by btreash Brenda Graves Goslee (E&H '63) has spent a lifetime perfecting her skills as a musician -- and training the next generation of organists.
17 Nov, 2016| by btreash Tracy Ross (E&H '97) has made a bold move toward solving a problem. (Photo credit: Jadien Jones Photography)
17 Nov, 2016| by btreash For a lot of people, having spare time means shopping at a favorite store; but for Katy Dowe Treash (E&H '02) it means working at a store...with a mission.
16 Nov, 2016| by btreash Debbie Robinson (E&H '80) has just been awarded Ohio's top travel industry award.
15 Nov, 2016| by btreash Hobie Cawood (E&H '57) served in the National Park Service for most of his career. While working in Philadelphia he orchestrated one of the most remarkable tourist phenomenons in history. (Photo Credit Rich Dunoff 1985)
08 Nov, 2016| by btreash Linda Neff Woodward (re '75) likes to be in the background of photos: but that doesn't mean she isn't at the forefront making a different for The Origin Project. If you didn't think it possible to get kids to enjoy writing, you'll be amazed by this story.