Candace Green started Emory & Henry as a business major, but she took a class that changed her direction.
What happens when a pandemic changes all your plans?
Rennel Marshall says mental health challenges don’t discriminate.
When the pandemic hit in 2020, there were a lot of jokes about the technology learning curve. But in the midst of the stress of learning new tricks, many found out that there was joy to be found in all this new technology.
Joel Vaughan has just published a book about a little town in Virginia that is the source of one of Southwest Virginia’s most popular jokes. Fries, Virginia, is pronounced “freeze” – but the joke is, “It’s freeze in the winter and fries in the summer.”
Parents of a certain vintage are famous for the line, “Go outside and play.” But these days a lot of parents are saying, “Go outside and LEARN.”
Talena Cox Williams has graduated….to the Olympics!
Woman with Crows is a newly published chapbook of poetry by April J. Asbury, E&H Class of 1996.
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Emory & Henry’s Dr. Laura Hainsworth doesn’t agree with John Denver on one important point: life on the farm is anything but laid back.
Actually, the REALLY big screen, as they perform this year’s annual Rotary Frolics event at the Moonlite Drive-In in Abingdon.
Orion Rummler changed his major after the 2016 election.
Dr. Ed Davis has been a professor at Emory & Henry for more than 30 years, and in that time he has cultivated a reputation for many things. He is known for having a great sense of comedic timing. He’s a stand-out stand-up bass player. He’s an accomplished gardener, a decorated academician, an author of multiple books, and he is one of the country’s leading experts on collard greens.
Also, he’s a committed conservationist.
If you think Richard Graves is dreaming that his art will end up in a glitzy New York gallery, think again.
The Emory & Henry Alumni Office is pleased to be participating one last time in the “College for Online Adults” sponsored by the SWVA Higher Education Center.
Dr. Miriam Macfarlan Herin gained more than a degree at Emory & Henry; and her life lessons paired magically with her education to make her a celebrated author.
Kari Kitts Rothstein isn’t waiting for theatres to reopen before expanding her passion for live dramatic performance. She has found a clever way to bring theatre to your computer screen – and the response has been great.
Morgan King’s new full-length animated feature is a throw-back to a popular 1980’s classic, but he was careful not to be limited by the past as he created something he wanted to stand up in the present.
Dr. Erin Griffin (E&H 2013) figured out how to parlay a double major in music and chemistry into a brand new animal clinic she just opened. And she already has a full house of four-legged clients.
Emory & Henry has a long and impressive tradition of preparing grads to be outstanding educators, and these two stories further prove the impact of E&H teachers.