News Archive 03/17/15

Poverty expert to give Ridington lecture

Sheldon Danziger, one of the leading poverty scholars in the United States, to speak at McDaniel College’s annual Ridington Lecture at 7:30pm on March 26, 2015.
Sheldon Danziger, one of the leading poverty scholars in the United States, speaks at McDaniel College’s annual Ridington Lecture at 7:30 p.m. March 26 in Decker Center Forum. The lecture is free and open to the public. Full Story


Senior Honors Art students exhibit work

Gwen Chandler - Forest of Wire
Nine senior Honors Art students exhibit a variety of work in “Honorable Discharge” opening March 24 in Rice Gallery, Peterson Hall. The exhibition runs through April 4, with an opening reception 5:30-7:30 p.m. March 26 and gallery talk at 6… Full Story


I Love the Hill: It’s a wrap

Thank you for sharing the love.
Alumni, students, professors and staff sent in more than 800 hearts proclaiming the many reasons they love McDaniel during the month-long I Love the Hill campaign. Find out the campaign total gifts with the Mystery Couple's match in the… Full Story


Recognition for Religious Studies students

Katarina Winhauer (left) and Ali Duhan meet to collaborate on the paper they recently presented at a Religious Studies conference.
Two students represented McDaniel March 6 at the Mid-Atlantic Region conference of the American Academy of Religion in Columbia, Md. Full Story


Local foundation provides grants for study abroad

Sophomore Elena (Alyona) Skovorodnikova stands on the Gellért Hill on the Buda of Budapest during her semester studying abroad at McDaniel Europe.
Three Global Fellows are studying abroad this semester thanks to the Kahlert Foundation. Full Story


Level up! Students recharge after midterms

Students (left to right) Brandon Creyer '17, Rollin Mills '15, Maggie Heller '16 and Brent Linaweaver '16 battle it out in the final round of the tournament for Mountain Dew, Doritos, and bragging rights.
The competitors take their places and prepare for the tournament as a crowd gathers around to watch. No, this isn’t a sporting event; this is Mario Kart. Full Story


Hill Happenings 3-17-15 to 4-7-15

Pianist Ivo Kaltchev performs 7:30 p.m. March 27
Read on for a list of events on the Hill in the coming weeks. Full Story


Sports Wrap 3.17.15

Four student-athletes have been named to the Green and Gold Honor Roll and 125 student-athletes earn Dean’s List honors. Full Story


Exploring music, mind and brain

In a recent “Music, Mind and Brain” lab, Laine Nightingale is wired to the Galvanic Skin Response Amplifier (GSR) as violent images from the dystopian classic, “A Clockwork Orange,” flash on a screen not three feet from her face. The… Full Story


Spring Graduate registration begins
April 1, 2015, 12:00 am
Fall undergraduate registration
April 6, 2015, 12:00 am