Innovation has long been a driver of the global economy. In the United States, new ideas in fields as diverse as agriculture and automobiles have helped push growth from the country’s founding on through the post-WWII era.Read More
Letter From the President
Mission Made Manifest
Establishing Emmanuel was like a mountain that had to be moved. And, then again, it was like a dream.” So wrote Sister Helen Madeleine Ingraham, SND, in her Memoirs. Dean of the College from its founding in 1919 through 1950, Sister Helen Madeleine has long been considered the founder of Emmanuel for her leadership in moving the College from an idea to a thriving reality.Read More
Donor Profile | Margaret McKenna '67
A Force for Progress
Like many American Colleges in the 1960s, Emmanuel was a scene of student demonstrations and passionate discussions of issues that were gripping the nation—from civil rights to women’s rights to U.S. military involvement in Vietnam. As president of the Class of 1967, Margaret McKenna was in the middle of it all.Read More
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