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Emory & Henry College Students and Faculty win recognition at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

Three faculty members of the Emory & Henry College Theatre Department have won Meritorious Achievement Awards from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) for their work on the fall 2013 shows "Talley’s Folly" and "Into the Woods."

E&H Student Makes Second Appearance on National TV

For the second time in less than a year, Emory & Henry College student Colin Christensen has appeared on national television to share his opinion on a national headline story.

E&H Math Professor Awarded ACA Grant

An Emory & Henry College mathematics professor has been honored by the Appalachian College Association for research she is conducting in environmental mathematical modeling.

Abraham Awarded Salzburg Seminar Fellowship

The chief information officer and director of the library at Emory & Henry College has been awarded a fellowship by the Appalachian College Association to attend the Salzburg Global Seminar in Salzburg, Austria, where she will participate in discussions r…

E&H Trumpet Ensemble Among Elite Music Programs Chosen for Conference

The Emory & Henry College Trumpet Ensemble has been selected to perform at the 2014 International Trumpet Guild Conference, a prestigious event that attracts the best trumpet performers from colleges and universities in the United States and abroad.

Virginia Private Colleges Announce Major Renewable Energy Initiative

Emory & Henry, Hollins, Lynchburg, Randolph, and Sweet Briar are partnering with Collegiate Clean Energy to convert methane emissions from landfills into environmentally friendly energy for their institutions.

Book by E&H Professor Refutes Assumptions About Origins of Southern Evangelicalism

Evangelical Christianity had much earlier beginnings than historians have traditionally recognized, which suggests a more direct link to an international Protestant awakening and refutes a common belief that the deep South had grown spiritually lethargic …