Recap Of The Government Shutdown

Shayla DiTolla, News Writer • The recent government shutdown last weekend has brought about a debate over who’s at fault, and whether it was productive. After the three-day shutdown, lawmakers passed a “stopgap” spending bill on January 22 to fund the federal government through February 8, according to NPR. A press release for the United… Read More Recap Of The Government Shutdown

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Hosts Tunnel of Oppression

Sam Mungai, News Writer • Student groups hosted a Tunnel of Oppression on Sunday, January 14, as part of Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations. It is the first time such an event has been hosted at the college. The organizer of the event, Sociology Professor Amy Sorensen, said, “The Tunnel of Oppression is an… Read More Martin Luther King Jr. Day Hosts Tunnel of Oppression

DACA Lyceum Tackles Immigration

Jacob Lawson, News Writer • According to the New York Times, the Trump administration ordered an end to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on September 5. In response, on September 8, President Jake Schrum released a statement reaffirming Emory & Henry’s commitment to DACA. According to the American Immigration Council, applying for… Read More DACA Lyceum Tackles Immigration

Students Anticipate Completed Carriger Renovations

Hailey Ellis, Arts & Life Editor • Photo by Taylor Simmons Lately there have been many changes on our campus. A few of these many changes here at Emory & Henry College have included the renovations to Carriger Hall. The building was originally built between the years 1904 and 1908, and was then simply called… Read More Students Anticipate Completed Carriger Renovations

Campus Police Install Blue Phones in Village

Claire Hogg, News Writer • Photo by Robins McIntosh   With the construction of new residence halls in the Village region of campus, Emory & Henry’s campus police department has installed emergency blue light phones in the area. There are now two emergency blue light phones outside the apartment complexes in the Village that allow… Read More Campus Police Install Blue Phones in Village