Please be aware that the City of Westminster will be working on a road resurfacing project that will impact campus during the month of October. More information »

Jazz legend performs on campus

Student and faculty jazz fans recently gathered in Levine Hall for a Jazz Clinic with Grammy-nominated guitarist Mike Stern, whose robust music career started in 1976 and has included performances alongside jazz innovators such as Miles… Full Story


Hill Happenings

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All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated.- Annual Kathryn E. Wentz Juried Undergraduate Exhibition through April 16 in Rice Gallery in Peterson Hall. Information and gallery hours: Call 410-857-2595 or visit Full Story


National expert in traumatic brain injury to give Ridington Lecture

Maria Mouratidis, a neuropsychologist and national expert on traumatic brain injury, will present the annual Ridington Lecture, “Invisible Wounds of War,” at 7:30 p.m. April 19 in Decker College Forum.The lecture is free and open to the… Full Story


Alumni offer advice to students at career networking dinner

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More than 100 alumni and students gathered for a networking event sponsored by Alumni Relations and Career Services to exchange contact information and share tips on making the post-graduate transition in a tough economy.Alumni representing… Full Story


Philosophy professor wins prestigious “Enduring Questions” NEH grant

Peter Bradley, assistant professor of Philosophy, has won a prestigious “Enduring Questions” grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.The “Enduring Questions” grant program supports professors’ efforts to develop… Full Story


Writing Center tutors partner with young writing coaches at Baltimore-area school

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McDaniel Writing Center tutor Rebecca Tilyou, a junior Psychology major, says the best part of helping students at a Baltimore-area school establish their own writing center is that she feels like she is passing along valuable tools, insight… Full Story


RecycleMania to release final results April 16; McDaniel 4th in State

Headed into Week 9 of the 10-week competition McDaniel was ranked fourth among 12 participating Maryland colleges and universities and first in the Centennial athletic conference in the Competitive division. As of April 5, members of the… Full Story


Professor Esa named recipient of Human Relations Award

Mohamed Esa, German professor and McDaniel Distinguished Teacher in 2007, was honored recently by the Carroll County Human Relations Commission with its top award recognizing area advocates for human rights and understanding.The Israeli-born… Full Story


McDaniel alum wins prestigious Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting

Wendy Ruderman ’91 held aloft a red, white and black Acex children’s sneaker, size 3 ½, filled it with champagne and sipped a toast to herself as cheering colleagues in the newsroom of the Philadelphia Daily News applauded the news that… Full Story