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Gift from Tragedy

Kaye Matthews Sharon ('64) was E&H's first Peace Corps volunteer, but it was a national tragedy that put her on that path to Peru.

Virginia White Lozier Likes to Fly

The life of Virginia White Lozier (class of 1997) has been one exciting place after another: Greece, South America, Japan, New York City, the backyard.

Skills learned at E&H used every day by Alumnus Travis Proffitt

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 graduat…

Thomas Has Special Seat to American History

Wouldn’t it be amazing to have a bird’s eye view when the biggest news in the world is going down? Robby Thomas (’01) had just such a view recently as he was sitting ringside for the capture of Osama Bin Laden.

Betsy Rosenbaum has seen the world turn

When Betsy Meyerhoff Rosenbaum graduated from Emory & Henry in 1976 there was one thing she knew: she did NOT want to work inside.

Cantrell Helps Others on Road to Recovery

Wil Cantrell (’01) describes his life purpose as "to grow closer to Christ, to live more and more in the ways of His Kingdom, and to help others do the same."

E&H Graduate Promoted To Assistant General Manager for Yankees Affiliate

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.

A Different Type of Toy Story

Much like the movie Toy Story, this is a story of friends. Justin Wilson (’08) is proud of his friend Adam Taylor (’08), and he wants people to know the story of his journey. But now Justin is putting his friendship where his heart is….and he has embark…

Phi Pi Gets Reunited with Graffiti

Jack Butler, '69, was recently reunited with a bit of graffiti from his student days!

No Boundaries for E&H Alum

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,” …

Phillips Receives Top Teaching Award from McGlothlin Foundation

In the spring of 2000, Liz Phillips (E&H Class of 2003 and 2006) found herself on the campus of Emory & Henry College searching for the office of Dr. Bob Raines.

Once Upon a Needle

Arielle Sprinkle Brents (’04) recently attended Dragon*Con in a handmade costume that was so gorgeous that Ralph Sbarge insisted on having HIS picture made with HER!

2014 Grad Wastes No Time Advancing

Tosin Sanusi isn't wasting time: she already has a promotion with the Department of Transportation in Washington DC.

Lawless Finds Success Through Social Media

Caroline Lawless is getting it right. She is the Art Director of FAULT (a fashion and culture magazine based in the U.K.), and she is an assistant art director at Pace (a company described as being at the forefront for custom content publishing). She is w…

Graduate Wins Award for Agriculture Reporting

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.

Graduate Directs Atlanta Television Station to Emmy Gold

An Emory & Henry mass communications graduate was recently honored with an Emmy Award for his outstanding efforts in live sports coverage. Tyrone Bachman, E&H class of 1998, and WXIA 11Alive received an Emmy award for Best Live Sports Show.

Wasps in Alaska

Jay and Sarah Elledge Webb show their colors on the road!

Worth the Work

Tess Teasley (E&H '02) and Zach Triplett (E&H '10) have spirits that are soaring as they climb the ladder at GoJet and Delta.