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International Education Department Hosts Lyceum on Study Abroad Opportunities
April 9, 2021

Guest Contributor, Henry Quesenberry “Engage the World, Explore Other Cultures & Enhance Your Future: What You Can Do with E&H Abroad Programs” was a virtual lyceum presented on Tuesday, Apr. 9, that promoted faculty-led...

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Mary Eliza Hendricks Utilizes Zoom to Produce Senior Showcase Play "Avant Alice"
April 9, 2021

Guest Contributor, Tatum Harvel Last week, “Avant Alice” took to the Zoom screen in Mary Eliza Hendricks’s adaptation of “Alice in Wonderland.” This senior project took a new, innovative approach and lots of creativity...

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Senior Shay Reynolds Gains Experience at William King Art Museum
Katie Bolling, Writer • April 2, 2021

Museum studies might not be what most people think of when they think about majoring in art, but for Studio Art major Shay Reynolds, it is their passion. Reynolds, a senior at Emory & Henry College, is currently gaining work...

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Sand volleyball is just one of the many new campus recreation offerings for next year.
Campus Recreation Aims at Unifying the College Campus
Meg Doody, Sports Editor/Copy Editor • April 2, 2021

Guest Contributor, Lucas Biggerstaff As Emory & Henry college begins to implement club sports, the effects are felt throughout the college including the student body. Conor White,...

Masks and a cut out audience are some of the challenges that volleyball has faced due to COVID-19.
Volleyball’s Tri Match Sets the Tone for Rest of the Season
Meg Doody, Sports Editor/Copy Editor • April 2, 2021

Guest Contributor, Veronica Garrou The Emory & Henry women’s volleyball team is back on the court after about 500 days since their last match. “We are all super...

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