Marisha Ash, a junior Mathematics major, makes it look easy.
Marisha Ash, a junior Mathematics major from Madison, has just returned from Madison West High School, where she is in her third year working with students – sixty at time - as an AVID/TOPS tutor.
I knew Edgewood College was the right choice for me as soon as I set foot on campus because it felt like “home.” This College offered me the best of both worlds with an ideal location in Madison, yet still offered all the benefits of a small school. When on my first tour, it struck me how friendly, excited, and welcoming everyone was. This tight knit community is one of the many benefits of a small campus, and it is very comforting to see familiar faces wherever you go.
“This is my way of being able to give back, and ‘pay it forward.’ But I get just as much out of it as I put into it. It’s a beautiful thing.”
Sherri Smith, a senior from Theresa, Wis., has served fulltime for nearly twenty years in the Wisconsin Army National Guard.
Through her connections with the Military and Veterans Service Office on campus she learned about Ride to Recovery, a national organization that provides opportunities for wounded and rehabilitating veterans to get out on bicycles and heal, whether it’s physical or mental.
When President Emeritus Dan Carey passed the Presidential Medallion, Scott Flanagan, Ed.D. officially became the seventh president of Edgewood College at the Inauguration Ceremony held Friday, October 24, 2014, in the Todd Wehr Edgedome.
The performance of two Edgewood College student-athletes has grabbed the attention of a major national publication. The October 7 edition of Sports Illustrated features Eagle sophomore twin sisters Jessie and Taylor Pampuch in the popular “Faces in the Crowd” section.