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  • August 19, 2019 at 9:31 am
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    Wiley-Jackson Hall was originally named Martha Washington Hall in honor of Martha Washington College. MWC was located in nearby Abingdon, Virginia and served as a liberal arts college for women. When Martha Washington College closed in 1931, most of the women enrolled at the time transferred to Emory & Henry College, which greatly increased the presence of women on campus. Martha Washington College, later renamed Wiley-Jackson Hall, served as an all female residence hall until 2010 when it became co-ed. Although the name of the hall changed several decades ago, students continue to call the residence hall MaWa.

    To honor the legacy of MaWa, the summer student staff helped create a lounge honoring important women in American culture. In addition to new furniture, portraits were hung in the lounge representing Amelia Earhart, Gloria Steinem, Harriett Tubman, Sacagawea, Susan B. Anthony, Laverne Cox, Sojourner Truth, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Rosa Parks.
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  • Wiley-Jackson Hall was originally named Martha Washington Hall in honor of Martha Washington College. MWC was located in nearby Abingdon, Virginia and served as a liberal arts college for women. When Martha Washington College closed in 1931, most of the women enrolled at the time transferred to Emory & Henry College, which greatly increased the presence of women on campus. Martha Washington College, later renamed Wiley-Jackson Hall, served as an all female residence hall until 2010 when it became co-ed. Although the name of the hall changed several decades ago, students continue to call the residence hall MaWa. To honor the legacy of MaWa, the summer student staff helped create a lounge honoring important women in American culture. In addition to new furniture, portraits were hung in the lounge representing Amelia Earhart, Gloria Steinem, Harriett Tubman, Sacagawea, Susan B. Anthony, Laverne Cox, Sojourner Truth, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Rosa Parks. Repost from @ehcstudentlife
  • August 19, 2019 at 9:31 am
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    Wiley-Jackson Hall was originally named Martha Washington Hall in honor of Martha Washington College. MWC was located in nearby Abingdon, Virginia and served as a liberal arts college for women. When Martha Washington College closed in 1931, most of the women enrolled at the time transferred to Emory & Henry College, which greatly increased the presence of women on campus. Martha Washington College, later renamed Wiley-Jackson Hall, served as an all female residence hall until 2010 when it became co-ed. Although the name of the hall changed several decades ago, students continue to call the residence hall MaWa.

    To honor the legacy of MaWa, the summer student staff helped create a lounge honoring important women in American culture. In addition to new furniture, portraits were hung in the lounge representing Amelia Earhart, Gloria Steinem, Harriett Tubman, Sacagawea, Susan B. Anthony, Laverne Cox, Sojourner Truth, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Rosa Parks.
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  • August 17, 2019 at 1:51 pm
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    🎉Congratulations to all the graduates from the School of Health Science Commencement! 🎉Over 60 students earned their graduate degrees, including the inaugural class of Master of Physician Assistant Studies students and 2019 class of Doctorate of Physical Therapy students. We’re proud of the impact you will make on health care both in this region and beyond! @ehcpa @emoryandhenrydpt #gowasps🐝 #commencement #MPAS #DPT #schoolofhealthsciences #collegesthatchangelives #collegesofdistinction @ Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia
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