Inclusion & Dialogue Center Schedules Month of Lyceums for Women’s History

To celebrate Women’s History Month this year, Emory & Henry is hosting various lyceums all month through the Inclusion & Dialogue Center. So far, these lyceums have included a showing of the film “Iron Jawed Angels” on March 5, the lyceum “Gender and Food: A critical look at the food system” on March 6, and… Read More Inclusion & Dialogue Center Schedules Month of Lyceums for Women’s History

Lyceum: the Downfall of Ethics in American Politics

On Nov. 2-3, Dr. Robin Lovin, a Christian ethicist of Princeton University, was on campus to speak as a guest lecturer during a two part lyceum on the downfall of ethics in politics. On Wednesday night, Dr. Lovin spoke on how ethics have gradually become separated from politics. According to Lovin, this process began with… Read More Lyceum: the Downfall of Ethics in American Politics

Chamber and Concert Choir Fundraise at Requiem

Emory & Henry College’s Department of Music presented Sacred Motets & Duruflé’s Requiem on Saturday in the Memorial Chapel. The performance of Marice Duruflé’s Requiem was given in memory of Catie Coulthard, mother of soprano Chloe Coulthard. The recital received a standing ovation from the audience. The program featured Emory & Henry’s Chamber Choir and… Read More Chamber and Concert Choir Fundraise at Requiem

Appalachian Authors Celebrated in Literary Festival

On Oct. 27-28, Emory & Henry hosted the 35th annual Literary Festival. This event is held to honor a living writer with strong ties to the Appalachian region. Authors participated by reading an excerpt from their work, answering questions in a public interview, and listening to their fellow writers and the works that they have… Read More Appalachian Authors Celebrated in Literary Festival