“What Were You Wearing?”

Allison Hamilton, Guest Contributor • aphamilton16@ehc.edu As a part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Emory & Henry Inclusion & Dialogue Center has partnered with the Sociology department to create an art installation about sexual assault victims and their stories. The installation is survivor-centered and depicts the different types of clothing victims were wearing when… Read More “What Were You Wearing?”

Emory & Henry Students Welcome Bass Fishing Team

Jordan Whitcomb, Guest Contributor • jwhitcomb14@ehc.edu Due to voiced student interest, Emory & Henry College is in the process of creating its first ever club bass fishing team. Director of Campus Recreation Peter Stevenson is in charge of the development of the club’s bass fishing program. Stevenson’s duties related to the club include finding all… Read More Emory & Henry Students Welcome Bass Fishing Team

Theater Students Put On Musical “[title of show]”

Jessica Branks, News Editor • jsbranks16@ehc.edu From February 22 to 25, Emory & Henry theater students put on a production of Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell’s musical [title of show] in the MCA Black Box theater. The quirky four-person show is best described by its tagline as “a musical about two guys writing a musical… Read More Theater Students Put On Musical “[title of show]”

Catching Up With Teresa Keller, Post-Retirement

Missy Jones, Guest Contributor • mjones15@ehc.edu Even a year after her retirement, Teresa Keller’s name is still well known among the students and faculty at Emory & Henry. The former professor’s work in the Mass Communications department all but built it into the program it is today. Some of Keller’s achievements while at Emory &… Read More Catching Up With Teresa Keller, Post-Retirement