“Up next on WBKN we got a request from Mary for her thirteen-year-old daughter Emily ‘s birthday. So here’s Justin Bieber’s ‘Baby’”. Derrick started the requested song and leaned back in his chair as far as his headset cord would let him. “Hey, Frankie. Do thirteen-year-olds even listen to the radio anymore?” The young operator… Read More Short Story: Disk Jockey
College students all over the United States are encouraged to complete at least one or more internships during their time in college. Internships are supposed to give students the necessary hands-on experience within any field that they are interested in pursuing. An internship can often teach an individual a lot more than the initial working… Read More Can All College Students Still Benefit from Internships?
It was a sight that the Emory & Henry community was anticipating: blue and gold jerseys swarming the Salem Civic Center’s court during this year’s ODAC Men’s Basketball tournament. With the pieces in place, the Wasps took the ODAC tournament by storm, but eventually fell short in the championship game. Whether they knew it or… Read More Community Rallies Behind Men’s Basketball
John Holloway is Emory & Henry’s new Vice President for Student Life and Student Success and Dean of Inclusion. Many of Holloway’s career goals at E&H reflect his new title of Dean of Inclusion, as he is focused on fostering intergroup dialogue and promoting inclusion on campus. When I met with Dean Holloway to get… Read More Dean Holloway Begins Work on Inclusion