• Reflections on Congressman Lewis

    Published on Monday, July 20, 2020 as a Blog Post

    On Saturday, July 18, I woke up to the news of the passing of Civil Rights Icon, the Honorable Congressman John Lewis. Over the course of the morning, I would share text messages with Cindy Lyons, Chair of the Elms Board of Trustees, and many other members of the Elms College community, recalling one very historic Elms moment. Read more

    Dr. Dumay with Congressman Lewis on Capitol Hill in February 2019.
  • Professor and Alumnus Helps Craft Ethical Guidelines for Treating COVID-19 Patients Across the Globe

    Published on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 as a News Story

    Dr. Peter DePergola, Ph.D., MTS, is a professor of bioethics and medical humanities at Elms College and a leading voice in the field of bioethics. The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting shortage of key medical supplies and equipment throughout the nation’s healthcare system has raised a multitude of ethical questions. Read more

  • Healthcare Heroes

    Published on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 as a News Story

    We reached out to members of the Elms community who are on the frontlines of the pandemic fight from a variety of perspectives: nurses, law enforcement officers, speech-language pathologists, psychologists, and a biostatistician, among others. Here is what they said, in their own words, about their experiences. Read more

  • Making Art History Hands-On

    Published on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 as a News Story

    While the Elms community and the rest of the world made the transition to sheltering at home this spring, students enrolled in “ART 2102: Minecrafting Architectural Wonders” were busy traveling to Ancient Egypt, Greece, Africa, the Middle East, Victorian England, and 12th century Norway. How, you might ask, given all of the travel restrictions in place? By playing Minecraft, one of the best selling video games of all time. Read more

  • Reopening FAQ

    Published on Thursday, July 2, 2020 as a News Story

    Welcome back to Elms College! To all of our incoming first-year students, transfer students, and returning students: Welcome! We’re thrilled that you’re part of the Elms community. Below you’ll find a helpful list of frequently asked questions as they relate to five areas of the college experience: Health and Wellness, Academics, Residence Life, Student Life, and Athletics. Read more

    Photo of the Lyons Center for Natural and Health Sciences
  • Plan Details

    Published on Thursday, July 2, 2020 as a News Story

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    Photo of Berchmans Hall
  • ElmsSafe Plan 2020-2021

    Published on Thursday, July 2, 2020 as a News Story

    “Elms College will require undergraduate and graduate students to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to returning to campus for the Fall 2021 semester.”  Read more

    A photo of Berchmans Hall lawn in the fall
  • Letter from the President

    Published on Thursday, July 2, 2020 as a News Story

    May 7, 2021 Read more

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  • Damien Bradley ’02

    Published on Thursday, July 2, 2020 as a Student Story

    Once in a Blue Moon Real estate is a notoriously unpredictable market. Housing bubbles grow and eventually burst. Interest rates plummet and then skyrocket. Investors make a fortune — or lose everything. Read more

    Photo of accounting alum Damien Bradley '02 in Boston
  • Addison Ray ’15

    Published on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 as a Student Story

    A Fighting Chance Wrestling has always been center stage for Addison Ray ’15. As an athlete, he has six years of experience duking it out on the mat. He’s been a coach for nearly as long—five years at the high school level. Now, the Belchertown, MA, native is combining his passions for sports and business to help at-risk youth make better choices. Read more

    Photo of alumnus Addison Ray '15 at a youth wrestling event