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Louis “Lou” Wacker, an Emory & Henry College Hall of Famer who won nearly 70 percent of his games as head football coach of the Wasps, has died at age 84. The Richmond, Va. native spent 23 seasons as the Wasps head coach, and previously spent 24 years on the coaching staff at Hampden-Sydney College.
Due to an ever-demanding increased need for nurses in the region, Emory & Henry College has established its first-ever RN to BSN program and is now enrolling students to start classes this fall.
Assistant Professor of History, Matthew Shannon, has released his new book that highlights the relationship that Cold War-Era Iranian students had with the U.S. education system and how it affected their world view.
On Monday, Jan. 21, the Emory & Henry College community came together to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. and explore the possibilities of creating “the beloved community” within our own.
The ceremony will recognize Cadet Emily Johnston, a senior from Gloucester, Va. She is the first cadet at Emory & Henry to be contracted to the ROTC since 1918 shortly after World War I.
Emory & Henry College student Pearl Moore ’19 is one of the top six playwrights to participate in the Barter Theatre’s College Playwright Festival to be held Jan. 17-20.
Emory & Henry College is pleased to continue the tradition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, with multiple events all leading up to the annual celebration on Monday, January 21.
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February 22, 2019 at 9:00 am32