Ellen Malcolm '69, founder of EMILY's List, a national organization that recruits and funds viable women political candidates, has made a substantial pledge to establish the Morning Star Scholarship for undergraduate students raised by single parents.
In explaining her reason for establishing the scholarship, Malcolm said, "Today there are many families headed by single parents. They have the same dreams for their daughters but often half the income. I hope this fund will help these girls afford the first-class education that Hollins provides."
One of the things Hollins does best is instill in her students the belief that they can do anything. More than anything else, a Hollins education offers students the chance to transform and change, both themselves and the world around them. From sub-Saharan Africa to suburban U.S.A., Hollins women are making the world a better place.
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