DACA Lyceum Tackles Immigration

Jacob Lawson, News Writer • jalawson16@ehc.edu According to the New York Times, the Trump administration ordered an end to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on September 5. In response, on September 8, President Jake Schrum released a statement reaffirming Emory & Henry’s commitment to DACA. According to the American Immigration Council, applying for… Read More DACA Lyceum Tackles Immigration

WEHC Loses Funding for Work Studies

Claire Hogg, News Writer • cohogg16@ehc.edu ehc.edu Up next on 90.7 FM: Emory & Henry College has defunded student involvement in the on-campus radio station, WEHC. The college will no longer financially support work study programs for the station, which has historically boasted a wide array of opportunities for student engagement. As of this semester, WEHC… Read More WEHC Loses Funding for Work Studies

New Sociology Prof. from Wythe County

Matthew Krauss, News Writer • mfkrauss17@ehc.edu Photo by Hannah Long Amy Sorenson, a new professor of sociology at Emory & Henry, is hoping to show students that sociology is an integrative study. Sorenson will be teaching a brand new class in the fall about health inequality and disability, exploring how social class affects health. Sorenson heard… Read More New Sociology Prof. from Wythe County

Action Taken Against Reported Homeless Man

Shayla DiTolla, News Writer • snditolla15@ehc.edu Photo by Ellen Hicks On Tuesday, September 12, the Washington County Sheriff Fred Newman and Campus Police officer Jerry O’Dell apprehended a homeless man fitting the general description of a suspicious individual seen by multiple students on campus. The first student report was filed on September 1. At least two… Read More Action Taken Against Reported Homeless Man

SGA Moves to Change Size and Districts

Jessica Branks, News Writer • jsbranks16@ehc.edu ehc.edu “Last year, the Senate passed Senate Bill #423 which proposed an amendment to the SGA [Student Government Association] Constitution,” read an email from the Dean of Students Kyle Cutshaw on September 19. The bill specifically proposed amendments to the number of representatives in the Senate, and how the districts… Read More SGA Moves to Change Size and Districts

Students Anticipate Completed Carriger Renovations

Hailey Ellis, Arts & Life Editor • hmellis15@ehc.edu Photo by Taylor Simmons Lately there have been many changes on our campus. A few of these many changes here at Emory & Henry College have included the renovations to Carriger Hall. The building was originally built between the years 1904 and 1908, and was then simply called… Read More Students Anticipate Completed Carriger Renovations

Students Donate to Harvey Relief Efforts

Jacob Lawson, News Writer • jalawson16@ehc.edu Photo by Ellen Hicks   In light of Hurricane Harvey, the E&H community is joining together to assist in disaster relief in Texas. Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on August 25. According to Weather.com, the damage from the flooding has become one of the worst weather disasters in American… Read More Students Donate to Harvey Relief Efforts