The Hood College board of trustees appointed Tonya Thomas Finton ’78 as vice chair of the board following its June meeting. Finton will succeed Trustee Mark Friis, M.S. ’82 who previously held the position.
There were not one but two undergraduate commencement ceremonies at Hood College on Saturday, as the school recognized both its 2020 and 2021 classes.
The Rev. Margaret “Peggy” Muncie ’70 will be the speaker for Hood College’s Class of 2021 commencement ceremony this May. Dean Olivia White will remain the speaker for the college’s Class of 2020 ceremony.
The Robert E. and Ruth M. Delaplaine Scholarship was first established in 1955 through a bequest from a former member of the Hood College Board of Associates Robert E. Delaplaine.
There were not one but two undergraduate commencement ceremonies at Hood College on Saturday, as the school recognized both its 2020 and 2021 …
The Rev. Margaret “Peggy” Muncie ’70 will be the speaker for Hood College’s Class of 2021 commencement ceremony this May. Dean Olivia White wi…
The Robert E. and Ruth M. Delaplaine Scholarship was first established in 1955 through a bequest from a former member of the Hood College Boar…
Middletown Valley Bank and Hood College celebrated the Bank’s unrestricted gift to the college’s Forging the Future campaign with a ceremonial…
The Audrey Field Parrott Endowment for the Language Arts and the Benjamine Cawley Parrott Endowment for the Sciences have been established by …
Three Hood College faculty members were promoted and/or approved for tenure during the March Board of Trustees meeting.
The ribbon-cutting and opening ceremony at Hood College’s renovated, $7.2 million Beneficial-Hodson Library and Learning Commons Wednesday was…
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