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  • The Hill McDaniel College | Summer/Autumn 2020 From Farm to Takeout

    New digital issue of The Hill magazine available now

    Alumni may have been wondering where the summer issue of The Hill magazine was this year, but they got the answer on Friday, Dec. 11, 2020 when the magazine launched digitally for the second consecutive issue. Although The Hill could not be printed in 2020, a new digital platform ensured the McDaniel College community was able to stay up to date with their friends, classmates, and the college.
  • Kylie Baker

    Five McDaniel students awarded Summer Intern Fellowships

    The Summer Intern Fellowship is awarded by the CEO at McDaniel College to provide competitive awards to help defray the cost of summer internships for current students. The program is supported, in part, by generous gifts from The Rupe-Stuart Internship Award, courtesy of McDaniel College Board of Trustee member Mark Stuart M.S. '94 and Timothy Rupe, and The Nora Roberts Foundation.
  • Mary Lynn Durham and Bill Roj

    McDaniel College unveils student center renovation

    Renamed the Roj Student Center for 1970 alumni Mary Lynn Durham and Bill Roj, who supported the project with a $5 million gift. The $11 million renovation modernizes McDaniel’s student center located in the middle of campus and is the first overall renovation of the structure since it was built in 1978.
  • Student Alumni Council pose for I love the hill day

    Thank you for showing us so much love!

    I Love the Hill Day was a resounding success thanks to the alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents and friends who came together in support of McDaniel. Together, we exceeded our goal of 578 donors, ensuring we can make a difference in the life of every student at McDaniel.
  • Decker Center renovation rendering

    Ceremony unveils plans for renovation of student center

    President Roger N. Casey joined by Board Chair Martin K.P.
  • Kinesiology major and research assistant Isabella Mendiola demonstrates lifting in McDaniel’s new Neuromuscular Lab.

    Kinesiology’s new labs and classrooms open in Gill Center

    The newly renovated Gill Center bustles with activity. After all, this is the epicenter of McDaniel’s study of movement — the place Kinesiology students and faculty alike call home. Three classrooms, three labs, nine faculty offices and a seminar room were newly built inside Gill Center to support a program that prepares students for careers as health professionals, coaches, athletic trainers, physical education teachers, personal trainers and others whose work centers on the science of physical activity and movement.