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 »

College debuts website to advance planned giving

McDaniel’s new Planned Giving website debuted earlier this month to improve understanding of the options for college supporters to make gifts of a lifetime. The site explains the many planned giving programs within three main categories,… Full Story


Student filmmakers screen their work at VideoPalooza

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By Jonathan Slade, associate professor of CommunicationNearly 200 people attended each night of VideoPalooza 2009, making it the biggest turn-out yet for McDaniel's annual showcase of student-produced digital features. Among those in the… Full Story


Let it snow…

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We close this semester with a tour of campus blanketed in white during and after the region’s Dec. 5 snowfall. The photos were taken by student photographers Steven French, Megan Griffin, Shelley Hierstetter, Josh Poland, Becky Putnam,… Full Story


Theatre students perform professor’s original pantomime

Written and directed by Theatre professor Ira Domser – and presented in the opulent style of the British Holiday Pantomime – “Young Robin Hood” has it all: music, comedy, magic, sword-fighting and madcap Vaudevillian… Full Story


Hearst Foundation grant to fund McDaniel scholarships for Baltimore city students

McDaniel College has received a $100,000 grant from The Hearst Foundation, Inc., based in New York City, to provide scholarships for Baltimore city students in financial need. The funding will provide scholarships to deserving students from… Full Story


Hill Happenings

- “Young Robin Hood” at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 17-18; 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19 in WMC Alumni Hall. Tickets: $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, students, and the McDaniel College community. Special ticket offer: Dec. 17 is “Pay What You… Full Story


College announces MLK writing contest

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Carroll County students in grades 4 through 12 are invited to write an essay, a poem, a song or any other form of written expression that shows how they are continuing Martin Luther King’s dream by making a difference in their community… Full Story


Jan Term offers academic adventures on campus and abroad

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A full January Term schedule of uncommon classes, internships and study tours attracted more than 650 students back to the academic life for the 2010 three-week session. More than 100 students are experiencing study adventures in Asia,… Full Story