Hollins is one of nine contending teams taking part in the second annual Canstruction Southwest Virginia, a “can do” event raising hunger awareness and collecting food through a colossal canned food sculpture competition.
Co-sponsored by Hollins and Roanoke College, the Kendig Awards recognize distinction in arts and culture in the Roanoke Valley. Awards are presented in each of the following categories: Individual Artist, Individual or Business Supporter, and Arts and Culture Organization.
Hollins graduate students partnered with Peace Corps Ethiopia to produce creative short stories that have been published in various regions of the African nation. The stories supplement English language instruction in grades four through eight.
Assistant Professor of Art Jennifer Anderson is presenting “The Human Form Through the History of Art” at VTC School of Medicine’s first forum for creative learning about medicine, “Anatomy for Artists and Other Curious Sorts.”
Artist Harriet Stokes, Studios on the Square owner Richard Kurshan, and the Roanoke Children’s Theatre are this year’s honorees.
The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll has recognized Hollins six times since the program’s inception in 2006.
Students are assembling care packages that Carilion Clinic will provide to victims of rape and other sexual violence.
College Presidents for Gun Safety, a coalition of more than 160 college and university presidents, issued an open letter to U.S. policy makers requesting “thoughtful and urgent action to ensure that current and future generations may live and learn in a country free from the threat of gun violence.”
The initiative provides production assistance and travel costs for dozens of student readings and productions in legitimate theatres.
Angela Welch ’14, University Chaplain Jenny Call, and Randi Pedroza ’14 (left to right) carry some of the items collected during a campus food drive supporting a community ministry that provides local children in need with healthy meals.