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Hood Hosts Student-Led Humanities Conference

September 16th saw Hood College hosting its first ever student-led Humanities conference! “Discovering the Humanities” featured undergraduate and graduate students from Hood and other area colleges and universities. According to…

  • Graduate
  • Arts & Humanities Graduate Programs
  • Graduate School
Monarch Butterfly

Monitoring Migrating Butterflies along the Atlantic Coast

By Drew Ferrier, Ph.D., Professor of Biology and Director of the Center for Coastal and Watershed Studies Have you seen any Monarch butterflies recently? Not long ago they were one…

  • Undergraduate
  • Center for Coastal and Watershed Studies
  • Natural Sciences
Oyster Dissection

Coastal Studies Students Study Chesapeake Bay Oysters

By Drew Ferrier, Ph.D., Professor of Biology and Director of the Center for Coastal and Watershed Studies The oysters of the Chesapeake Bay are an important commercial species, a linchpin…

  • Undergraduate
  • Center for Coastal and Watershed Studies
  • Natural Sciences
Marlon and Kevin

Creating Community Leaders

Kevin Brown and Marlon Ramirez, students in Hood College’s MBA program, have completed The Frederick County Future Minority Business Leaders Program. An initiative of the Frederick County Office of Economic…

  • Graduate
  • Graduate Student
  • Business Graduate Programs
Marnie Roberts

Bringing Back the Hood College Daylily

Many don’t know that the College has an official flower– Hemerocallis Hood College , the Hood College daylily. Over the years the plants had disappeared from the campus landscape, but…

  • Undergraduate
  • Alumni
  • Traditions
Ceramics

More Than Just Molding Clay!

Participants in Hood College’s Graduate Ceramics Arts programs have several degree options, but all students are working with both theory and practice in ceramics. Whether they are working towards a…

  • Graduate
  • Graduate School
  • Arts & Humanities Graduate Programs
  • Graduate Student
Twins

In Utero to Alma Mater

Those with an eagle eye at our last commencement ceremonies might have thought that they were seeing double. Over and over and over again. Among this year’s graduating seniors were…

  • Undergraduate
  • Undergraduate student
  • Traditions
  • Hood Magazine
Frederick

The Best Places in Frederick

By Mary Milligan ’17 1. Baker Park : It’s free, beautiful, has walking trails and is a good way to avoid walking through downtown on a busy First Saturday when…

  • Undergraduate
  • Undergraduate student
  • Traditions