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A book by acclaimed poet and E&H English professor Felicia Mitchell will be celebrated during a book-signing with the author Thursday at Zazzy’s Coffee House and Roastery in Abingdon.

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Everything college students write informs how they think and thus has the potential to profoundly shape their futures, according to Dr. Felicia Mitchell, an acclaimed poet and an Emory & Henry professor of English, who spoke Wednesday evening at the College’s annual convocation.

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A $100,000 grant from the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry will support an Emory & Henry College program intended to help young people discern and follow their call to ministry.

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Construction will begin within the month on an array of solar panels that will power Emory & Henry College’s radio station, WEHC 90.7, making it the first solar powered FM station in the southeast.

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Matt Crisman has been hired as the new director of first-year admissions at Emory & Henry College.

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The person who made Delilah White (E&H Class of 2005) feel the most welcome when she began work at Danville Community College was an older colleague, Belvie Morant, a career coach who seemed to burn with a desire to help people in the Danville, Va. area.

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Visitors to the E&H campus this summer have been witness to the ongoing construction of the Woodrow W. McGlothlin Center for the Arts, which is expected to enhance the College’s reputation as a regional leader in the arts and arts education.

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Emory & Henry College has received authorization from the Accreditation Council on Optometric Education to move forward in the process toward accreditation of what would be the first optometry school in Virginia.

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Great Value Colleges ranked Emory & Henry 11th among the top schools in the South – and was ranked highest among Virginia schools -- with the "Best Affordability." Berea College in Kentucky finished first on the list, followed by Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn., which was the only Tennessee school to make the top 25.

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Emory & Henry College’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program reached a significant milestone last week, receiving the maximum number of deposits for an inaugural cohort of students scheduled to begin classes in January, pending final approval from an accreditation agency.

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