I’ve always been stubborn. I used to think that was a bad thing, and that I needed to be more flexible. The older I get, the more I take pride in my stubbornness. Of course, there are times when it is prudent to relinquish my stance for the sake of simplicity, or peace. However, there… Read More Engaged in Transition
What is the future of Mass Communications?Speaking with Brandon Chicotsky, new Ph.D., from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. Speaking with Brandon Chicotsky, new Ph.D., from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. MF: What is the future of Mass Communications? BC: It’s already arrived. The future is already here. MF: How? BC: Much of the media that… Read More Finney’s Findings
While the Eric McClure car was at the baseball game this weekend, the softball team traveled up to Harrisonburg to play a two-game series with Eastern Mennonite on the 25. This series was the first ODAC game for the Wasps, while the Royals were 0-2 heading into the series, as they fell short twice to… Read More Wasps Split Doubleheader
Instances of graffiti on the campus dorm building Matthews-Carriger Hall have taken place within the past few weeks. This past Saturday afternoon, senior Delyn Bull was in Martin Brock at 4 p.m when she noticed something unusual on the side of the dorm informally known as Carriger. Graffiti in black spray paint covers the sidewalk,… Read More Graffitti Covers Side of Residence Hall
On a nice warm Saturday afternoon, Emory & Henry Baseball team hosted a double header against Eastern Mennonite. But it just wasn’t the baseball game that was going on, but much more. Emory & Henry alumni Eric McClure of McClure racing came by to watch the game, and also brought his #39 car which will… Read More Emory & Henry Racecar Visits E&H
When I started working for the post office in May 2013, I was able to get an inside look into what life is like behind the front counter of the post office. Many people say that the post office should be dead. Why should this concern us employees of the post office? Because we’re not… Read More One Student’s Perspective: Should We Keep the U.S. Postal Service Alive?
On March 25, the Emory & Henry mens tennis team started the weekend of back-to-back against Roanoke College. After being ranked last in the preseason coaches’ poll of the conference, the Wasps are looking to pull off major upsets throughout the ODAC matches. Already starting off with a record of (2-7) and losing one conference… Read More Wasps Fall Twice