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  • A group of students plays Tripoley in a classroom. The professor points at the board.

    First-year students discover unseen math in puzzles and games

    From cards to board games, you can find math in surprising places, as students in the First Year Seminar Unseen Math in Puzzles and Games are learning from Senior Lecturer of Mathematics Michele Gribben. The interdisciplinary course is one of many First Year Seminars that introduce the newest Green Terrors to academics and resources at McDaniel.
  • Carroll and McDaniel dual admissions agreement

    McDaniel, Carroll Community College sign Dual Admissions Agreement

    Officials from Carroll Community College and McDaniel College have signed a Dual Admissions Agreement offering a clear pathway for students to earn a bachelor's degree at McDaniel after completing an associate degree at Carroll.
  • Student Varia Alston reads a comic in the First Year Seminar course titled I am Groot.

    Students gain storytelling powers in Marvel-themed First Year Seminar

    Students in Associate Professor Paul Muhlhauser’s First Year Seminar are discovering that there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to their favorite Marvel superheroes as they examine tropes, representation, and transmedia in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
  • Margaret Riekenberg as Grace, Laisha Monteiro as Kathryn, and Madison Dehais as Irene in McDaniel College’s production of “Radium Girls.”

    McDaniel College students perform in "Radium Girls"

    McDaniel College Theatre Arts presents a production directed by theatre arts department chair Gené Fouché that recounts the tragedy of Marie Curie's factory workers. Performances are Thursday, November 17-Saturday, November 19 at 7:30 p.m. on the WMC Alumni Hall Mainstage at McDaniel College.
  • Bell in fall

    Current seniors, juniors, and sophomores honored with academic and leadership awards

    Current seniors, juniors, and sophomores were recognized for earning awards for academic achievement and leadership during the 2021-2022 academic year. Students were also named to prestigious academic and leadership honor societies, including Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Trumpeters.
  • Move In

    McDaniel welcomes families to the Hill for Parent and Family Weekend

    Current McDaniel families are invited to join their students for events and programs showcasing life on the Hill during Parent and Family Weekend, Nov. 4-6.
  • Student Kim Parson climbs a ladder while holding a stage light.

    Theatre Arts major in the spotlight for lighting design

    “There is a beauty to stage lighting — it’s a work of art. The time and effort that goes into it is very inspirational,” says Kim Parson, junior Theatre Arts major, who was awarded a 2022 Collier Robert Woods, Jr. Scholarship to support her pursuits in lighting design.
  • A student demonstrates a chemistry process in the lab.

    Finding solutions: professors and students uphold equity and inclusion in the chemistry lab

    While making compounds and refining solutions, McDaniel students learn to define the role of the chemist — and find it to be limitless. Supported by Chemistry faculty in classrooms and research labs, students prepare for fulfilling careers in the sciences.
  • McDaniel Environmental Center

    McDaniel College introduces new environmental center

    McDaniel College hosted the official unveiling of the McDaniel Environmental Center, an outdoor learning lab developed by students to engage in hands-on educational opportunities in agriculture, conservation, and environmental sciences, as well as community building. Additionally, McDaniel has received $2.3 million from the State of Maryland to fund educational environmental spaces and the college has introduced a new bachelor's degree in Food Studies this fall.
  • Wintertime at McDaniel

    McDaniel College students perform in "Wintertime"

    McDaniel College Theatre Arts presents “Wintertime," directed by adjunct lecturer Richard Sautter. Performances are Thursday, Sept. 29-Saturday, Oct. 1, at 7:30 p.m. on the WMC Alumni Hall Mainstage.