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Bailey has been selected to receive a coveted paid fellowship with the International Radio and Television Society Foundation (IRTS) where she will be working with CBS National News.

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Tammy Sheets has been called the heart and soul of the Centralized Student Assistance (CSA) office. Her hard work and dedication to Emory & Henry College has earned her the January Blue & Gold Staff Award.

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For the second year in a row, members of the Emory & Henry College Public Relations Office were honored by the American Advertising Federation of Southwest Virginia Addy Awards.

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The winning entries from E&H students were completed as part of Dr. Tracy Lauder’s advanced publication design class in the fall of 2013.

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Emory & Henry College announced today that it has taken possession of the former Smyth County Community Hospital with the intention of developing a school of health sciences at the E&H campus in Marion.

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For the second time in less than a year, Emory & Henry College student Colin Christensen has appeared on national television to share his opinion on a national headline story.

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Power Outage Updates

Feb 18, 2014

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Find out the latest news on the recent power outage effecting campus.

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Emory & Henry, Hollins, Lynchburg, Randolph, and Sweet Briar are partnering with Collegiate Clean Energy to convert methane emissions from landfills into environmentally friendly energy for their institutions.

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An Emory & Henry College mathematics professor has been honored by the Appalachian College Association for research she is conducting in environmental mathematical modeling.

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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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