The Intermont Equestrian at Emory & Henry College IHSA Team traveled to Bridgewater College this past weekend. They competed in the third of four Tournament of Champions Series shows on Saturday, Jan. 21. The Wasps finished fourth in the competition, earning three wins and three reserve champion finishes. The team finished fourth in the competition.… Read More Equestrian Places Fourth at Bridgewater
Emory & Henry students were welcomed home this semester with the college’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, which showcased five days of forums, lyceums, movie screenings, performances and more. The main MLK Day event took place on Jan. The main MLK Day event took place on Jan. 18, when Dean John Holloway presented his… Read More MLK Keynote Encourages Post-Election Dialogues
John Holloway is Emory & Henry’s new Vice President for Student Life and Student Success and Dean of Inclusion. Many of Holloway’s career goals at E&H reflect his new title of Dean of Inclusion, as he is focused on fostering intergroup dialogue and promoting inclusion on campus. When I met with Dean Holloway to get… Read More Dean Holloway Begins Work on Inclusion
Asked & Answered is a weekly conversation with readers: We respond to your questions and you answer ours. This week, we answer the question “Will Michelle Obama ever run for president?” Michelle Obama, the gorgeous, brilliant, shade-throwing, fit, former first lady of former (sigh) President Barack Obama has been repeatedly asked in the last few… Read More Asked & Answered: Will Michelle Obama ever run for Office?
On the evening of Jan. 20, the brass quintet Canadian Brass performed in the McGlothlin Center for the Arts. Canadian Brass is made up of founding member, Chuck Daellenbach (tuba), Christopher Coletti and Caleb Hudson (trumpets), Achilles Liarmakopoulos (trombone) and Bernhard Scully (horn). Chuck Daellenbach and Gene Watts first came together in 1970 to form… Read More Canadian Brass Performs for Packed House
Myles Turner grew up in Richmond, VA and that’s where his basketball career started. His career started when his father wanted him to play the game and one day, in second grade, he fell in love with the game. As a young child Turner was cut from the middle school basketball team, but that didn’t… Read More Turner Looking to Leave E&H a Champion
If there is something the Emory & Henry men’s basketball team is good at, it is bouncing back after a tough loss. When they lost to Washington & Lee by one point, they bounced back with a convincing 109-76 win at Shenandoah. This time, after a tough 76-59 loss to Guilford, they bounced back with… Read More Wasps Sting the Eagles on the Court