News Archive - October 2010

All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated.- McDaniel College Biennial Faculty Art Show is on display Oct. 26 – Nov. 12 on campus in the Esther Prangley Rice Gallery in Peterson Hall. An opening reception will be… Full Story

 

McDaniel women scored wins Oct. 23 in field hockey, soccer and volleyball.Katie Corson scored in the 25th minute to lift McDaniel to a 1-0 field hockey victory Oct. 23 over Washington (Md.) in Centennial Conference (CC) field hockey action. Full Story

 

Internationally known for transforming rubber tires into outsized sculptures and creating wearable art, visiting artist Chakaia Booker will present an illustrated lecture at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 on the main stage in WMC Alumni Hall.The program… Full Story

 

The “South Park” kids are team-teaching with Philosophy lecturer Josh Baron and Sociology professor Sara Raley as they explore with their students such controversial social issues as gay marriage, immigration, race, consumerism, business… Full Story

 

On Nov. 5-6, the McDaniel College community will toast the 2010 Sports Hall of Famers, cheer on the football team against rival Gettysburg, see old friends and bask in the Homecoming tailgating experience around the big bowl at Bair… Full Story

 

Japanese-style drummer, composer and teacher Kenny Endo and his ensemble will present his 35th anniversary concert and classroom workshops Nov. 8 to highlight McDaniel’s new Asian Studies major.The concert, at 7:30 p.m. on stage in WMC… Full Story

 

Just back from Fall Break, about 500 fans celebrated Midnight Madness, the opening of the McDaniel men’s and women’s basketball practice season, by supporting the teams from in the stands and on the court.In basketball action, the… Full Story

 

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For about an hour, three times a week, the students in Ling-en Kang’s class are transformed into Chinese speakers.That’s because for nearly the full hour, there is a simple rule that governs Room 017 in Hill Hall: No English allowed. Full Story

 

By the time the silver suitcase landed on the stage in Baker Memorial Chapel, it had already traveled thousands of miles – from locales in China to Brazil – when its journey called for a special layover on McDaniel’s Westminster campus… Full Story

 

By the time the silver suitcase landed on the stage in Baker Memorial Chapel, it had already traveled thousands of miles – from locales in China to Brazil – when its journey called for a special layover on McDaniel’s Westminster campus… Full Story

 

Coming off a yearlong student-faculty research project, senior Brittany Kemp is already well into the work on her third research endeavor at McDaniel College.This time, she wants to determine whether stereotypes often demonstrated against… Full Story

 

The Eric Byrd Trio rocks. Really. Just ask the Bolivian audiences who couldn’t seem to get enough of the eclectic mix of music the group plays during a recent U.S. State Department-sponsored tour.With McDaniel music lecturer and alumnus… Full Story

 

All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated.- Taste of Latin America Dinner 6 p.m. Oct. 14 in Decker Center Forum. Information: contact Professor Amy McNichols at 410-857-2461 or amcnichols@mcdaniel.edu. Tickets:… Full Story

 

McDaniel’s distinguished faculty members have presented and published their work nationally and internationally.Greg Alles, Philosophy and Religious Studies, attended the 20th International Congress of the International Association for the… Full Story

 

Last basketball season, the McDaniel Women Green Terror pocketed yet another Centennial Conference Championship as they finished a winning season all the way to the first round of the NCAA tournament.  The elegantly personalized Conference… Full Story

 

Women’s cross country runner Lindsay Wilson scores fourth individual victory and leads McDaniel to first-place finish Oct. 9, and Matt Cahill and Kevin White are named Centennial Conference Players of the Week after the Green Terror’s… Full Story

 

Michelle M. Shearer, a chemistry teacher at Urbana High School in Frederick County who earned her master’s degree in Deaf Education at McDaniel, has been named the 2010-2011 Maryland Teacher of the Year.Shearer also holds a bachelor’s… Full Story

 

Michelle M. Shearer, a chemistry teacher at Urbana High School in Frederick County who earned her master’s degree in Deaf Education at McDaniel, has been named the 2010-2011 Maryland Teacher of the Year.Shearer also holds a bachelor’s… Full Story

 

Nearly a dozen Economics and Business Administration students discovered a few careers they hadn’t thought of during an extern day at Baltimore-based Legg Mason.“I was surprised by the diversity of jobs that you don’t think about with… Full Story

 

Nearly a dozen Economics and Business Administration students discovered a few careers they hadn’t thought of during an extern day at Baltimore-based Legg Mason.“I was surprised by the diversity of jobs that you don’t think about with… Full Story