02 Nov, 2016| by btreash Robert Hudson (E&H '10) got off to a rocky start in life, but the YMCA, Emory & Henry, and basketball changed his life. (Photo credit, Shelley Mays, The Tennessean)
27 Oct, 2016| by btreash Richard Trollinger (E&H '71) was recently honored by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Alumni Association with their Distinguished Alumni Award.
26 Oct, 2016| by btreash Laura Holley Thomas (E&H '10) is creating an interactive plan for Theodore Roosevelt National Park that she hopes will give it life and relevance far into the future.
26 Oct, 2016| by btreash Carolyn Widner Ward (E&H '91) is the director of the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation; but she is also on a mission to save public park space -- and the nation's kids.
26 Oct, 2016| by btreash As the National Park Service turns 100, we want to introduce you to a few E&H alumni who are making a difference in our National Parks. Emily Kirby (E&H '09) may have to do paperwork, but her job with the National Park Service is nothing short of an adventure.
26 Oct, 2016| by btreash Rev. Martha Rowlett (E&H '57) was recently honored by her former church in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, for outstanding service.
26 Oct, 2016| by btreash Tom Bondurant, Jr. (E&H '76) and Roberta Motherway Bondurant were recently honored for finding justice for a wrongly convicted man.
26 Oct, 2016| by btreash Myron Wingfield (E&H '83) is heading back to California to be Executive Director of Connectional Ministries.
25 Oct, 2016| by btreash E&H faculty, staff, and students recently participated in a conference aimed at promoting an important tenet of the United Methodist Church.
04 Oct, 2016| by btreash A recent Roanoke Times article suggests that E&H alumna Toni Atkins ('84) may be Virginia's most powerful political figure -- and she's making her mark in California. (photo from Roanoke Times article, courtesy California Assembly).
04 Oct, 2016| by btreash Tyler Mullins and Tessa Burton were athletes, sweethearts, and now accomplished professionals. And they owe it all to the King Center gym.
01 Oct, 2016| by btreash Jamal Crowelle (E&H '10) is using great advice from E&H mentors to move himself forward in his career in entertainment.
28 Sep, 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.
26 Sep, 2016| by btreash Anne Ryan Driscoll (E&H '06) was recently honored for her outstanding work as a faculty member at Virginia Tech.
23 Sep, 2016| by btreash Lynn Pecktal has died at the age of 85. But his contributions to theater are timeless.