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.
14 Dec, 2015| by btreash In November, 19 E&H alumni, faculty, and staff headed to Ireland to tour the country and meet E&H students studying in Dublin.
11 Dec, 2015| by btreash Kelly Mae Kerlin (E&H '14) has secured a great job for using her Mass Communications degree.
11 Dec, 2015| by btreash Ron Patterson (E&H '63) and Tom Corbin can help you plan a meaningful trip to visit the community around Arlington and DC.
09 Dec, 2015| by btreash Jo Marie Woodward ('87) is working to clean up radiation and make the world a bit safer.
02 Dec, 2015| by btreash Emory & Henry may be a small school, but alumni show up all over the world...including at random meetings in Spain.
13 Nov, 2015| by btreash Dr. Clarissa Tatum ('05) Chaired the 2015 Tobacco Science Research Conference in Orlando, Florida. And the headline speaker, was also an E&H alumnus, Dr. Mike Ogden ('80).
30 Oct, 2015| by btreash Three E&H pastors recently spent time together in Korea on a mission of compassion.
28 Oct, 2015| by btreash Susan Mathis Johnson (E&H '75) was recently featured for her work with a student video project that sheds light on the opioid addition problem in West Virginia.
14 Sep, 2015| by btreash Beth Holding Hagan (E&H '83) has been the recipient of a new heart...and so much more.