Glenholme News Gets Ready to Go Live

After a pause in production for the summer, the student-created Glenholme News will once again be viewed across campus on a weekly basis.  As part of the enrichment program, fondly referred to as the “3-to-4’s,” the Glenholme News along with a rich menu of stimulating courses keep students enthusiastically engaged in learning after the afternoon bell…. Read more »

The Archeology of Misbehavior by Dr. Ninivaggi

The Archeology of Misbehavior Here is an interesting article written by Dr. Ninivaggi featured in Psychology Today. Click below to download the PDF or open the link on Psychology Today’s website. PDF_by_Dr_Ninivaggi Psychology Today Website

Glenholme has “Gone to the Dogs”

An amazing autumn day welcomed 20 precious pooches and their companions to campus for the twelfth annual Canine Collection dog show on Sunday, September 27. The event, in which students share details of their astounding relationship with their dog and showcase the special talents of their four-legged friends, celebrates the unparalleled bond that exists between… Read more »

Culinary Class: A Tasteful Favorite Among Students

After a fruitful soft opening in mid-September, the students in “Food for Thought” are setting their sights on a successful year in The Commons — where hard work and camaraderie are all ways of cooking up real-world applications of classroom learning.   By incorporating the classroom into a fully operational culinary facility, skills essential for… Read more »