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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. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/04/graduate-wins-award-agriculture-reporting/

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. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/03/graduate-directs-atlanta-television-station-emmy-gold/

Wasps in Alaska

Jay and Sarah Elledge Webb show their colors on the road! http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2015/01/wasps-alaska/

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. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2015/01/worth-work/

Isenberg Wins Prestigious Theatre Research Award

Michal Isenberg, a December 2011 graduate of Emory & Henry College, has recently been named the 2012 winner of the South Eastern Theatre Conference’s (SETC) Young Scholar prize. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/04/isenberg-wins-prestigious-theatre-research-award/

Thompson Shines Light on Moonshine in New Book

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. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/04/thompson-shines-light-moonshine-new-book/

Trail Blazer

Penny Garrett French (E&H '90) will be remembered for many things, but most especially she will be remembered for starting the Creeper Trail Ride to End Cancer. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/12/trail-blazer/

E&H Grad Wins Screenwriting Competition, Plans Trip to L.A.

Stephen Woodward (’08) will pursue his Hollywood dreams this summer after winning an international screenwriting competition. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/04/eh-grad-wins-screenwriting-competition-plans-trip-l/

Martha Emrey Exemplifies Liberal Arts

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. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/04/martha-emrey-exemplifies-liberal-arts/

John Allman, Private Eye

John Allman investigative journalist is now, John Allman....Private Eye. In 2009 John Allman ('92) left his job as a journalist with The Tampa Tribune. This is no small concession when you consider that some of his work there had been nominated for a Puli… http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/05/john-allman-private-eye/

Save on taxes with the IRA Rollover

On December 31, 2014, the recently passed IRA Rollover expires and with it the opportunity to make a tax-free distribution from your retirement account as a gift to Emory & Henry College. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/12/save-taxes-ira-rollover/

Jolly Green Wasps

If you are one of the people who participated in this project, this will seem like old news. Or if you’re married to one of these people, hearing this story again might make you roll your eyes. But if you were unaware of a bunch of E&H students working f… http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/04/jolly-green-wasps/

All The World Is A Stage for Recent Graduate

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. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/04/all-world-stage-recent-graduate/

First Women's Athletics Alumni Day

Emory & Henry hosted its first Women’s Athletics Alumni Day on Saturday, Feb. 15. Despite challenging winter weather, turn-out was great and response was off the charts. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/02/first-womens-athletics-alumni-day/

Bodenhorst Thrives in Holiday Market

Lebanon Apparel Corporation is not only surviving as an American apparel company, but they're also branching out into new markets. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/11/bodenhorsts-thrive-holiday-market/

Treash Wins Addy Award with "Going Professional" Video

Brent Treash, the assistant director for media relations at Emory & Henry College, won an ADDY Award March 2 for a video advertisement that highlights the College’s successful student athletes. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/04/treash-wins-addy-award-going-professional-video/

Atkins Named California Assembly Majority Leader

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. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/04/atkins-named-california-assembly-majority-leader/

Blackburn Helps Visitors Get to the Heart of what Southwest Virginia has to Offer

If you want to travel ‘round the mountain you really should start at Heartwood. Or at least, that’s the hope if Diana Blackburn has anything to do with it. http://www.ehc.edu/alumni-and-friends/alumni-news/2014/05/blackburn-helps-visitors-get-heart-what-southwest-virginia-has-offer/