For the past 15 years, the Hollins alumna and current executive vice president of global communications at Estee Lauder has devoted herself to protecting the lives of female journalists in an increasingly complex and dangerous world.
Ellen Goldsmith-Vein ’84 is the owner and CEO of The Gotham Group, a multi-faceted management and production company, and has countless credits and accomplishments to her name in movies and television. Hollins’ 172nd commencement exercises will take place Sunday, May 25.
As the nation marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Hollins alumnae recall where they were and how they reacted on that tragic day. In this 1960 photo, student supporters of Kennedy and Richard Nixon rally on campus during that year’s presidential campaign.
Frances McDowell Leitner ’39 (pictured here from her senior yearbook) lost her college ring in the early 1940s. Another Hollins alumna, Kathleen McDonald Roglan ’97 has returned it to her after discovering it on eBay.
Hollins’ second Career Connection Conference on October 10 featured an array of panels, workshops, presentations, and networking opportunities.
Schutt won the 2012 Yale Series of Younger Poets competition.
Robinson completed her M.F.A. in dance at Hollins this fall and is the longest-tenured female dancer – 31 years – with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
Hilary DuBose ’05 is working with an international humanitarian aid organization managing earthquake relief programs in Haiti.
The “force of and for nature” was cited for her work with the Department of Justice and the Southern Environmental Law Center.
“I never felt so energized, happy, hopeful,” said a Hollins sophomore after the university’s first-ever Career Connection Conference on October 4.