Huntseat Team competes in first show of the season

By Katelyn Vanhoozer, Judson College Equestrian Team Reporter The huntseat team had a successful first show at the IHSA Fall Classic, hosted by the University of Georgia at Serenity Creek Equestrian Center. Competing at the show was Berry College, Emory University, Georgia College, Georgia State University, Georgia Tech, Judson College, Mississippi College, the University of […]

Judson College to host Preview and Scholarship Day Nov. 8

Judson College will host its second fall Preview and Scholarship Day on November 8. Prospective Judson students and their parents are invited to visit the Judson campus, explore the college’s academic programs, meet current students and faculty, and learn more about admissions and financial aid. Amy Collins, Judson senior of Birmingham, Ala., remembers visiting Judson for […]

Writing Center helps students enhance communication skills

Dr. Stacey Parham, Assistant Professor of English, is the director of Judson’s Writing Center, located in Jewett Hall. She and five different student-tutors provide one-on-one help during 30-minute sessions. The Writing Center’s free services are available from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m, and this schedule gives students the opportunity to find times most convenient for […]

Judson and Samford faculty members collaborate to present cabaret recitals

A collaborative duo featuring music faculty members from Judson College and Samford University will present recitals of cabaret and musical theatre selections. John Robertson, pianist, and Kristin Kenning, vocalist, will perform three recitals at area colleges in October. Starting with German composer Kurt Weill, and ending with the compositions of the famous American Gershwin brothers, […]

Dr. Norman Henry “John” McCrummen, II inducted into Alabama Men’s Hall of Fame

On September 23, past Judson College president, the late Dr. Norman Henry McCrummen, II, was inducted into the Alabama Men’s Hall of Fame in a ceremony and luncheon hosted at The Club by the Women’s Committee of 100 for Birmingham. Many Judson alumnae who were students during Dr. McCrummen’s tenure were in attendance, as well as […]

Judson hosts Constitution Day event

On September 17, 134 Judson students, faculty, and staff members gathered in the Ramsay-McCrummen Chapel on the Judson College campus to participate in the college’s Constitution Day event. Dr. Joe Jackson Frazer, Jr., Head of the History Department, and Mrs. Christine Bussey, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, gave lectures on the Supreme Court and the […]

Judson College Artist-in-Residence to perform This Little Light

Dr. Billie Jean Young, Artist-in-Residence and Associate Professor of Fine and Performing Arts at Judson College, will perform her one-woman show, Fannie Lou Hamer: This Little Light, once again in Marion.  The performance will be on Saturday, October 11 at 6 p.m. in the Judson College Alumnae Auditorium. Young has delighted audiences with her Civil […]

Alumnae vs. student softball games scheduled for Sept. 27

Alumnae are invited to participate in our Alumnae vs. Student Softball Games on Saturday, September 27 at Judson College. A fast pitch game will begin at 1:00p.m., and a slow pitch game will be at 3:00p.m. To register, please contact Stephanie Alford via private message on Facebook or by email at   You may also […]

Equestrian Teams Announce Rosters

By Katelyn Vanhoozer, Equestrian Team Reporter The Judson College Equestrian Teams are thrilled to announce the roster for the 2014-2015 show season. Returning to the Western team are Mary Kilpatrick, junior, of Dothan and Rylee Parnell, senior, of Tibbie. Joining the team this year are Emily Dickerson, sophomore, of Madison; Daphne Arrington, senior, of Roanoke; […]

College Colors Day

That’s today! Wear your red and black, and use the hashtag #jcforaye on social media to show your Judson spirit!