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News Archive 11/18/14

Senior leads campaign to big win for state’s youngest Republican candidate

Erin Giles and Jake Shade
Newly elected Allegany County commissioner Jake Shade and his campaign manager, Communication major Erin Giles, both won big on Election Day 2014. Best friends since fifth grade in Cumberland, Md., the 21-year-olds’ first venture into… Full Story

 

Hill Happenings 11-18-14 to 12-9-14

Read on for a list of events on the Hill in the coming weeks. Full Story

 

Sports Wrap 11-18-14

Senior Steph Perez passes 1,000-point mark Nov. 16 during the women’s basketball win at the McDaniel Tipoff Tournament, while Kristin Hart and Nicole Hill are named to All-Centennial Conference women’s soccer teams, and Bayley Vohs makes the… Full Story

 

S&P upgrades McDaniel’s bond rating

Standard & Poor's logo.
McDaniel College has received a positive bond rating from Standard & Poor’s. According to S&P, McDaniel’s revised debt rating outlook on its ‘BBB+’ rating points to the college’s recent enrollment stabilization, improved operations and net… Full Story

 

Former football coach to discuss his book about his battle with blindness

Jim Hindman.
Jim Hindman, former Green Terror football coach, entrepreneur and founder of Jiffy Lube International, will be on campus Dec. 2 to discuss and sign his new book, “Was Blind but Now I See,” about his challenges with macular… Full Story

 

Annual musical performances feature student musicians

College Choir.
More than 130 McDaniel College students headline a myriad of musical performances to round out the year. For more information about the concerts, which are free and open to the public, call 410-857-2599. Full Story

 

Colleges compete in Gill/McDaniel finance competition

Five student teams made up of Business, Economics, Accounting and Finance majors from McDaniel College, Juniata College, Towson University and Elizabethtown College competed in the fourth annual Gill/McDaniel College Finance Case Competition.  Full Story

 

McDaniel in the News: Therapy dogs on campus and students in Istanbul

WBAL features therapy dogs on campus to help students transition to college and the Carroll County Times talks with three McDaniel students who presented papers at a conference on the Muslim world in Istanbul, Turkey. Full Story

 

Students express gratitude during Thanksgiving lunch

Thanksgiving meals in the dining hall are a campus tradition, one that dates as far back as the 1800’s, and students still look forward to the special menu and the chance to say “thanks.” Full Story

 

Students’ posters win a first and second place at research symposium

Students and faculty at the UMBC Undergraduate Research Symposium, (l-r) Biology professor Cheng Huang, Jessie Kitts ’16, Laura Maurer ’16, Marlee Nelson ’14, Anna Kokubu ’16, Biology professor Susan Parrish, Chemistry instructor Stephen Robertson
Molecular Biology major Jessie Kitts and Biology major Anna Kokubu took home first and second places respectively in their sections Oct. 25-26 at the University of Maryland Baltimore County Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Chemical… Full Story

 

VIDEO: First Year Seminars offer gateway to the liberal arts

Classroom of students interacting.
“From Chaos to Compromise.” “Ideas That Made America.” “From Grimm to Disney.” These First Year Seminar (FYS) courses are only a small sample of the more than 30 options incoming students had to choose from this… Full Story

 

Eight senior capstone films to debut at VideoPalooza

When they roll out the red carpet for VideoPalooza Dec. 4, film aficionados will be treated to eight original premieres, the capstone films of senior Cinema majors — including for the first time ever, one in Vietnamese with subtitles and… Full Story

 

On stage: Creative thinking

With adjunct professor Britt Burr ’11 are Drama Therapy students, (front row, l-r): Chloe Gudmundsson ’17, Emily Wendler ’15, Jessica Anderson ’16, Sammy Arana ’16, Christina Bateman ’17, (back row) Ashley Manning ’15, Jeremy Simon ’17, De
Emily Wendler bursts into Drama Therapy class, looks around the room and grins. Full Story