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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 and indifferent during the colonial era, according to a recently published book by an Emory & Henry College history professor.

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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 related to preserving the lessons from the Holocaust as a way of preventing genocide in the future.

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School closing early at 4:30 pm today (Feb. 13, 2013). Delayed opening (10 am) schedule for Feb. 14 due to winter weather.

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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."

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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.

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Officials from Emory & Henry College and the Appalachian College of Optometry signed an agreement today signaling their intention to work together toward the development of a school of optometry in Grundy.

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Toni Atkins, a 1984 E&H graduate, has been elected to serve as speaker of the California General Assembly, continuing an upward political trajectory for a woman with a successful history of public service inspired, in part, by her years at Emory & Henry.

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Dr. Michael Lane, an E&H professor of chemistry and a 2000 graduate of Stanford University, has been awarded the 2014 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award, given annually by the State Council for Higher Education in Virginia.

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An agreement signed today between Emory & Henry College and the Rensselaerville Institute out of New York has the potential to help reshape American higher education for the public good, according to officials from both institutions. The agreement sets up a collaborative whereby Emory & Henry and the Rensselaerville Institute will work to help communities throughout the country achieve outcomes for human gain. Described as a “think tank with muddy boots,” the Rensseelaerville Institute focuses on improving life in rural, small towns and achieving human gain through a focus on individuals and innovation.

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A new program to launch this summer extends the popular outdoor experience enjoyed by E&H students to high school juniors and seniors, giving a greater number of young people the opportunity to bond with nature while working with others.

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