Soul Food

Melody Lipford, Columnist • mrlipford15@ehc.edu Finally, after a bitter and cold January, we have elapsed into a new month. Still cold and snow-filled, this month is still promising for creating a greater self-awareness and a new start for accomplishing whatever goals or tasks we might have. Finally, after a bitter and cold January, we have elapsed… Read More Soul Food

Music Lessons Improve Enunciation in “At-Risk” Children

Ashley Bostian, Guest Contributer • abostian14@ehc.edu Within the past decade, a surprising amount of research has come out relating the correlation of music training to brain development. A recent study wanted to prove that two years of participation in music lessons would dramatically improve the neurophysiological distinction of speech sounds, a phonetically distinct unit of… Read More Music Lessons Improve Enunciation in “At-Risk” Children

Cody Skinner: Emory & Henry Felt Like A Perfect Fit

Peyton Williams, Sports Writer • pcwilliams16@ehc.edu Home is where the heart is. And for Emory & Henry College Head Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach Cody Skinner, that’s exactly why he decided to come to E&H. Skinner of Akron, Ohio says that E&H reminded him so much of where he attended college. “I came down here on… Read More Cody Skinner: Emory & Henry Felt Like A Perfect Fit