Short Story: Let’s Make a Movie – Part 4

Matthew Brosche, Columnist • mbrosche14@ehc.edu Mark stood in front of the town auditorium waiting for Fredrick to arrive. After their last excursion, Mark decided to drive himself vowing to never ride in a car driven by Fredrick ever again. True to form, Fredrick showed up twenty minutes late and parked with his front two wheels on… Read More Short Story: Let’s Make a Movie – Part 4

Life With Allergies: A Student’s Story

Hannah Long, News Editor • hglong16@ehc.edu Photo by Hannah Long It’s one of the things we take most for granted. We encounter it every day. It’s common-place. It’s predictable. It’s food. But for a person with extreme allergies, eating is never casual, and it’s often dangerous. Christina Mitchell had severe allergies from the day she was… Read More Life With Allergies: A Student’s Story

I.D. Center Installs New Access Ramp

Jacob Lawson, News Writer • jalawson16@ehc.edu Robins McIntosh Though the Emory & Henry Inclusion and Dialogue (I.D.) Center was designed to be inclusive of everyone on campus, there’s one particular subset of students who remained excluded: students who use wheelchairs. Despite the attempts to be inclusive of all, certain architectural issues held back the I.D. center… Read More I.D. Center Installs New Access Ramp

Outdoor Program Attends Whitewater Rafting Festival

Jessica Branks, News Writer • jsbranks16@ehc.edu Courtesy of the E&H Outdoor Program On September 14, members of the Emory & Henry Outdoor Program travelled to Summersville, West Virginia, to participate in a rafting competition known as Gauley Fest. Gauley Fest is hosted annually as a fundraiser by and for American Whitewater (AW), and has been since… Read More Outdoor Program Attends Whitewater Rafting Festival

SGA Senator Emphasizes “Bi-Partisan” Platform

Claire Hogg, News Writer • cohogg16@ehc.edu Caroline Mosteller With his year as a senator off to its start, Orlando Martinez has his focus on cake, cameras, and campus change. On September 7, Emory & Henry announced this year’s Student Government Association senators and Martinez was one of three selected to represent the sophomore class. Martinez is… Read More SGA Senator Emphasizes “Bi-Partisan” Platform