21 Apr, 2014| by btreash Appalachian moonshining in the 1930s was an industry that was born out of necessity and which grew into an international enterprise fueled ironically by efforts to stop it, according to a new book by a 1979 Emory & Henry College graduate.
21 Apr, 2014| by btreash Gary Horton is acting fishy, but since he is kicking off a new aquaculture class, he has every reason to.
21 Apr, 2014| by btreash Kate Morton spends a great many hours acting in front of the footlights, but she spends much of her time transforming unusual spaces into performance venues. And she is thereby transforming unlikely characters into actors.
21 Apr, 2014| by btreash Emory & Henry College celebrated Thursday the creation of an endowment for international education, which is made possible by the generosity of a 1970 E&H graduate and his spouse.
21 Apr, 2014| by btreash It’s a far distance from Emory, Va. to Lusaka, Zambia but Adam Taylor (class of 2008) is no stranger to a long journey. It was during a successful thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail during the summer of 2009 when Taylor would make a decision that would send him thousands of miles away from home to use the skills he learned while in Emory.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash Harold Craw (class of 1999), who has been a member of the Charleston RiverDogs Minor League Baseball team sales staff since joining the club in 2003, has been promoted to Assistant General Manager, according to general manager Dave Echols.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash Sunni Blevins (class of 2005) of WWBT-TV 12 in Richmond, Va., has repeated as the winner of the television category for the Farm Bureau Journalism Awards. Blevins was honored for her comprehensive agriculture coverage throughout 2010.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash A 1989 Emory & Henry graduate has teamed up with members of the Boone, N.C. community to start a non-profit restaurant aimed at helping to relieve hunger in Watauga County.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash When you ask Martha Winquist Emrey (’79) about her busy, service-filled life, she humbly responds, “I do what I can.” But the real story is that you can’t believe what all she can do.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash When Rachel Dunne (’04) was a student at E&H, she pretty much set the woods on fire. Lately, she’s been busy putting out fires. This is truly a young woman who knows how to fire up a Liberal Arts degree.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash A 1984 Emory & Henry graduate was recently selected as majority leader of the California General Assembly, making her one of the most powerful elected officials in the state.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash Emory & Henry College is known for its dedication to community service. This devotion to service becomes embedded in the lives of its students who perform community service while students at the College and continue to lead a life of service after graduation.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash After graduating from Emory & Henry College in 1977 with double major in business economics and sociology, Carter Wampler spent a career as a furniture manufacturer's representative.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash Tom Wohlford has a list. And on this list is a tantalizing array of things he has undertaken or would like to accomplish throughout his adult life. If you’re thinking it might be things like “visit the Grand Canyon” or “learn to make the perfect omelet,” consider the fact that the most recent item marked off the list was “climb Mount Kilimanjaro at 19,341 feet in Tanzania.”
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash An Emory & Henry graduate and member of the College’s Board of Trustees has been named the 2012 recipient of the highest award in the Tri-Cities for individual accomplishment in public relations.