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?
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
Hailey Ellis, Arts & Life Editor • email@example.com 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
Hailey Ellis, News Writer • firstname.lastname@example.org Photo by Matthew Wingfield Fulton-Miller Hall has been on Emory & Henry’s campus for many years. The History, Mass Communications, and Physics departments are all located there. The front portion of the academic building, Fulton, which was named after one of the school’s founders, Creed Fulton, has been standing… Read More E&H Reacts: Fulton-Miller Renovations