New area coordinator enthusiastic and involved

By Stacey Axler Travis Eichelberger, left, stands with fellow Area Coordinators. Photo courtsey of Alfreda Nuwdsa In addition to the Read More →

From the editor: Thoughts on Sep. 11

By Hilary Lawch Almost everyone in the country remembers where they were the morning of the Sep. 11 attacks. We Read More →

Colloquium series begins with screening of documentary

By Laura Morton A documentary about Muslim children competing in an event that challenges their knowledge of the Koran will Read More →

Lecture by author and journalist to celebrate Constitution Day

By Stacey Axler and Catherine Collins Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist David Shipler will give a lecture on his latest Read More →

Professor publishes empirical study on black megachurches

By Catherine Collins Dr. Tamelyn Tucker-Worgs, associate professor of political science, has published a book entitled “The Black Megachurch: Theology, Read More →

Athletic department welcomes new coach: Jack Mehl

By Maegan Green Jack Mehl, the new women’s basketball coach, is excited to start the year. Photo coursey of Hood Read More →

Unconventional course offerings at Hood: Zombie History

By Kristinia Southwell Dr. Jay Driskell teaches his course “A Zombie History of the U.S.,” in which students explore the Read More →

College reflects on tenth anniversary of Sep. 11

The Hood Republicans set up a memorial last year marking the anniversary.

 By Stacey Axler and Shelia Headspeth Senior Sarah Morris put up flags on the quad last year for September 11. Read More →