Low Attendance at EAB Spring Quidditch Tournament

Despite the low turn-out, students cheered as opposing House teams raced across the football-turned-Quidditch field. EAB gave out free T-shirts to students at the end of the game, and free butterbeer and popcorn was offered throughout the event. At the end of the match, Gryffindor beat Slytherin 70-40. Saturday evening, Emory & Henry students gathered… Read More Low Attendance at EAB Spring Quidditch Tournament

Four E&H Students Win Awards at Southeastern Psychological Association Conference

Before spring break, students from Emory & Henry College took part in the Southeastern Psychological Association conference in Atlanta, GA from March 8-11. And this year’s event may have been Kevin Watts’ favorite. “This is not the first conference that I have been to, but it was probably my favorite,” said Watts, a senior at… Read More Four E&H Students Win Awards at Southeastern Psychological Association Conference

Student Gov’t Pauses Impeachment Investigation into President Chase Crickenberger

During the Student Government Association meeting that took place on the Wednesday before Spring Break, a motion was introduced by SGA Vice President Taylor Fisher to discuss the beginning of pursuing an official impeachment investigation of SGA President Chase Crickenberger. The investigation is currently paused, because two senators have removed their signatures from the petition… Read More Student Gov’t Pauses Impeachment Investigation into President Chase Crickenberger

The ABCs of Dyslexia: Encouraging Students In and Out of the Classroom

On March 21, Emory & Henry held a forum for all education majors and local teachers. This first-of-its-kind forum took place at the MCA. Before it was kicked off, Janet Crickmer and Doug Arnold honored George Steinback, an education professor at Emory and Henry, who is retiring this semester. After those acknowledgements, keynote speakers Catherine… Read More The ABCs of Dyslexia: Encouraging Students In and Out of the Classroom

Inclusion & Dialogue Center Lacks Wheelchair Accessibility

The Inclusion and Dialogue Center, also known as the I.D. Center or the Scarbrough House, is a historical building located in the center of campus. The opening of the I.D. Center took place on September 22, 2016 with a ribbon cutting attended by President Schrum, Director of Student Activities Josh Von Castle, SGA President Chase… Read More Inclusion & Dialogue Center Lacks Wheelchair Accessibility