News Archive - January 2018

Aerial photo of Hoover Library on McDaniel College's campus
Winning student videos on “Making History at McDaniel” are airing on WBAL-TV (NBC, Baltimore) through a partnership between the College and the NBC affiliate in conjunction with McDaniel’s 150th anniversary celebration. Full Story


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Read on for a list of events on the Hill in the coming weeks. For a complete list, see McLive. Full Story


Jose Pac of Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, a member of McDaniel College men's swimming team
Jose Pac of Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, and Blair Boyle of Springfield, N.J., each won three times Jan. 27 to lead McDaniel against Elizabethtown in Centennial Conference (CC) swimming action. Full Story


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Updated: Jan. 29, 2018 Full Story


McDaniel College alumna Melissa Fry at the Midway Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park
The ink was barely dry on Melissa Fry’s 2017 McDaniel diploma before the Biology major immersed in internships first at Yellowstone National Park and then at Mammoth Cave, where she discovered that you really can go home again. Full Story


McDaniel students Brenden Clinton, Hannah Martin, Maddy Simmons, Alexander Panagakos with professor Paul Mazeroff follow Qigong instructor Mary Pinkard
Stress may be an unavoidable part of any college experience, but students in Psychology professor Paul Mazeroff’s “Coping with Stress” Jan Term class learn about its psychological and physiological aspects along with techniques to help them… Full Story


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan. 23, 2018 Full Story


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McDaniel’s winter-spring calendar is packed with concerts, art exhibitions, intriguing lectures, two SmartTALKs and a performance of a powerful new translation of the Greek classic, Euripides’ “The Bakkhai.” Full Story


McDaniel College senior Alex Tolle
McDaniel senior Alex Tolle is the winner of the National Award for Arts Leadership for the Kennedy Center American Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Region II and will be one of only eight people from across the country to participate in a special… Full Story


McDaniel College students Jehan Silva, Eimilee Bell, Julie Person, English professor Mary Bendel-Simso and student Ryan Wheeler
Readers may find Ishmael Reed’s neo-slave narrative “Flight to Canada” a little easier to understand and enjoy thanks to the students in professor Mary Bendel-Simso’s “Slave and Neo-Slave Narratives” class. Full Story


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan. 12, 2018 Full Story


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