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Students Build On Teamwork During Spring Break

The Emory & Henry campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity is building on big things. Mary Beth Tignor, campus chapter advisor, and Jimmy Whited, director of housing, led a group of five students on a spring break trip to Columbus, Ga., to work with Habitat…

President Schrum: E&H Possessed of Powerful Spirit of Generosity

A spirit of generosity pervades the Emory & Henry College community and– in large and small ways – touches the lives of people well beyond the campus borders, said Jake B. Schrum, who was inaugurated Friday as the College’s 21st president.

Red Cross Club Forming On Campus

“When most people hear the words Red Cross, they only think about donating blood,” said Shana Beal, the Volunteer Services Manager of the American Red Cross for Southwest Virginia “But, there are plenty things college students can be doing to help the org…

Students Present Research at Major Sociology Conference

Six Emory & Henry College students recently attended a major sociology conference, during which they presented research to faculty and students from colleges and universities throughout the south.

Emory & Henry College Professors Ranked Among Top 25 in Nation

For the fourth consecutive year, a survey conducted by CBS Money Watch has ranked Emory & Henry College professors among the top 25 faculties in the nation.

After-School Program Enriches Lives of Youth

E&H student Hannah Fowler said service learning is a lot like holding up a mirror to see herself, a microscope to examine the world around her, and binoculars to help her envision a better future.

Service Learning Helps Students Examine World, Themselves

Although the hallways and classrooms at Meadowview Elementary may be empty and quiet after the dismissal bell rings, the sounds of children’s laughter and excitement fill the cafeteria where students attend an after-school program.

E&H Student Part of Documentary on Recidivism

An Emory & Henry theatre student serves as an interviewer for a documentary about recidivism – the return of released prisoners to jail – in Tennessee.

National TV winner interviews Sen. Tim Kaine

Since the founding of the nation, presidents have gradually usurped the power to declare war from Congress, which has increasingly shown a desire to give up that power rather than make tough choices about war, according to Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, who spo…

E&H Dramatically Cuts Summer School Tuition

The College will cut per-credit-hour tuition from $465 to $200. In addition, the College will add a third summer term from July 21 to Aug. 8.