Mars Hill University has ranked 19th among the top 100 baccalaureate colleges in the nation on rankings released August 25 in Washington Monthlymagazine. Washington Monthly originally published its rankings as an alternative to the prestigious U.S. News & World Report rankings, and says that its rankings are based on better measures of student success. (more)
The following members of the Mars Hill University faculty were honored at a reception on February 20 celebrating scholarly and creative achievements during the past year. This is the fourth such annual recognition, which is co-sponsored by Renfro Library and the Faculty Library Committee.(more)
Christina Dalamangas, a senior biology major from Belmont, NC, and Dr. Beth Vogler, professor of social work, have received the G. McLeod Bryan Caring Awards from Mars Hill University. The Bryan Awards are given annually at Mars Hill University in honor of the late Dr. G. McLeod (“Mac”) Bryan, a member of the MHU class of ’39, and a professor at Wake Forest (more)
Mu Kappa Lambda Inductees: (left-to-right): Caption: Dr. Susan Stigall (Honorary Inductee), Stephanie Dawn McCullough, Pennie Evans Ewart, Jenee’ G.Davis, Amber N. Cheyney, Deanna Fox Buchanan, Angela B. Brock, Emily Suzanne Allen, Ashley Delores Garner, Raymond (more)
The Mars Hill University Department of Theatre Arts will present the musical comedy Once Upon a Mattress, February 27, 28 and March 1 at 7:30 pm, and March 2 at 2:30 pm in Owen Theatre.
Once Upon a Mattress was written as an adaptation of the l (more)
Several members of Forward Together, the Mars Hill University chapter of the NAACP, attended the Moral March, held in Raleigh on February 8. Forward Together is Mars Hill’s newest club. It is the only collegiate chapter of the NAACP located in North Carolina west of Winston-Salem.