Professor Henrie shares the precarious history of Prescott College

By Rebecca Antsis Staff Writer On the old campus: It was a residential school mostly … they had two sets of dorms and it was kind of rural. When they first built the school in 1965 it was on a dirt road. To live in town, you would have to drive six or eight miles … Continue reading

Prescott College professor Sam Henrie reveals colorful past

By Rebecca Antsis Staff Writer He has been at Prescott College a long time: for 39 years, having taught over 40 different courses. Official titles: Professor of Humanities, Professor Emeritus. Education: Bachelor of Music from Brigham Young University, Masters in Music from the University of Utah, Doctorate in Educational Psychology at Berkeley. Inspired by: Prescott … Continue reading