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Sharing the successes and hard work of Emory & Henry Wasps in the world.

  • During the 2020 MLK/DEI Week, a Drumming Circle was put on to inspire students to share what acti... January 22
    The Arthur Vining Davis Foundation has awarded Emory & Henry College as one of seven Appalachian College Association (ACA) colleges with a grant  to initiate Project PROMISE, a collaborative program to help college campuses identify their strengths and weaknesses regarding diversity and inclusion.
  • Representatives of Tumbling Creek Cider Company, the first recipient of the Business Challenge Award. January 10
    As part of the 2020 Washington County Business Challenge, Emory & Henry College, for the second time, has created the Business Innovation Award, giving a local start-up or expanding business a $5,000 award for focusing on agriculture, agri-tourism or outdoor recreation as well as having a Benefit Corporation status.
  • Mzuri Moyo Aimbaye is commemorating the 50th year of the Civil Rights Act with her one-woman play... January 10
    Emory & Henry College will hold a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Week of Awareness January 18-26, 2020 in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
  • Andrew Earp, senior member of the E&H Marching Band. December 27
    The Emory & Henry Marching Band is off to Rome to perform in a parade on January 1, 2020!
  • Celia East December 20
    Sophomore Celia East has a new music show on WEHC 90.7 FM called Kitchen Sink.
  • The MOT Class of 2019 had 33 graduates. December 18

    Emory & Henry College School of Health Sciences graduated its second class of students with a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy (MOT) at the Lincoln Theatre on Saturday, Dec. 14 in downtown Marion. The 33 students hail from six states and plan to practice in various areas of the country. 

  • Dr. Regenia Campbell, left, talks about food with students at the dinner. December 10
    Emory & Henry microbiology and immunology students celebrated the end of the semester with a microbial dinner!

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  • The Emory & Henry College Marching Band is off to Rome to perform in a parade on January 1, 2020! The Band has been selected as one of two college marching bands in the U.S. to perform in a parade down the streets of Rome, Italy on January 1, 2020. “It’s the parade for peace, that ends with the Pope’s blessing in Saint Peter’s Square,” said Matt Frederick, director of bands and associate provost. Around 40,000 people are expected to attend the parade. #marchingband #collegesthatchangelives #emoryandhenry https://www.ehc.edu/live/news/1113-when-in-rome

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