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McDaniel senior earns state recognition as top honors student

McDaniel College senior Eric Lemmon has earned the 2010 John and Edythe Portz Award for Outstanding Maryland Honors Student at a Four-Year College.The Maryland Collegiate Honors Council gives the Portz Award annually to acknowledge the… Full Story


Senior Spanish major volunteers at Nicaraguan clinics

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Fluent in Spanish and certified as an emergency medical technician, Caitlin Rivet ’10 recently spent several weeks in rural regions around Nicaragua translating for doctors and patients, monitoring patients’ vital signs and educating… Full Story


Exhibition features mixed-media work of Honors Art students

McDaniel Honors Art students will present "That's What She Said," a mixed-media exhibition March 23-April 2 on campus in the Esther Rice Gallery of Peterson Hall. Artists will be available 7-9 p.m. March 23 to discuss their work, which… Full Story


Poet to present readings during Bothe lecture

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Poet, essayist and lyricist Mary Jo Salter will present readings from her work during the 24th annual B. Christopher Bothe Lecture at 7:30 p.m. March 25 in McDaniel Lounge.Salter is a true "woman of letters," according to Kathy Mangan,… Full Story


Exhibit explores the lives of Bosnian genocide survivors

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McDaniel College presents “Prijedor: Lives from the Bosnian Genocide” March 22-April 2 in Decker College Center.The exhibit is free and open to the public. An opening reception will be held at 6 p.m. March 23 in Decker College Center. Full Story


Master’s alumna honored for AP teaching

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Michelle Meredith Shearer M.S. ’96 knows that chemistry is everywhere, and believes that chemistry is for everybody. It is a philosophy that not only empowers her teaching – whether at the Maryland School for the Deaf or Urbana High… Full Story


Hill Happenings

All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated.- Spring Break March 13-21. Classes resume Monday, March 22. Full Story


Passion awaits between the covers of The Hill magazine

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Spring fever has definitely hit The Hill and there’s lots of passion in the upcoming issue. We explore why academics are swooning over romance fiction, thanks in large part to serious scholarship by our own English Professor Pam Regis. We… Full Story