Jessica Branks, News Writer • firstname.lastname@example.org Orion Rummler Excavation is currently under way in front of the Martin Brock Student Center to patch holes in the steam pipes that run underground in that area. However, that is not the only area where the heating system has been a problem, and this is not a new issue.… Read More Why is the E&H Campus Steaming?
Jacob Lawson, News Writer • email@example.com Ellen Hicks On November 9, Emory & Henry College announced its first Director of Inclusion and Diversity, with Patricia Gonzalez stepping into the new role. Gonzalez comes to Emory & Henry College’s Inclusion & Dialogue Center a little over a year after of its opening. Before coming to Emory &… Read More E&H Welcomes Director of Inclusion and Diversity
Matthew Krauss, News Writer • firstname.lastname@example.org Ann Ledgerwood On Tuesday, the first ever Mr. E&H program was held in Wiley Hall Auditorium to raise funds for the Samaritan House thrift store. The store helps give funds to incarcerated women reentering society after release from prison. The night included impromptu dance offs, original autobiographical comical rap pieces… Read More Achille Wanga Crowned First Mr. E&H in Charity Pageant
Matthew Krauss, News Writer • email@example.com ehc.edu On November 9-10, Emory & Henry held its 36th Literary festival to celebrate the works of Crystal Wilkinson, an Appalachian writer who grew up in the mountains. The annual festival chooses one Appalachian writers to highlight each year. The secondary theme of the festival was the systemic issues of… Read More E&H Holds 36th Annual Literary Festival
Jessica Branks, News Writer • firstname.lastname@example.org Ashley Bostian The historic Zeta Phi Social Sorority has been re-chartered at Emory & Henry, and will be accepting new pledges this coming Spring. Zeta Phi was originally founded in 1935, and it existed until 1940. While the original constitution of the organization is not on record, the new sisters… Read More Historic Zeta Phi Sorority Re-chartered
Desmond Perry, News Writer • email@example.com Courtesy of Mark Graham E&H’s plans to renovate the duck pond may have hit a roadblock, says executive assistant to the president, Mark Graham. The original plans were to have the renovations done by Ampersand Day, but delays in acquiring the appropriate permits could delay the renovations until the spring.… Read More Duck Pond Project in Limbo
Matthew Krauss, News Writer • firstname.lastname@example.org Caroline Mosteller The Emory & Henry administration is making plans to restore aging facilities and to help the newly opened Village Townhouse to improve its security. Currently, building efforts are focused primarily on the Village. Because there are now 300 students living in the Village, many additional new safety initiatives… Read More New Renovations and Security Added to Village Area of Campus