Has served for two years as a peer mentor in Hollins’ Early Transition Program and has twice participated in the Jamaica Cultural Immersion Program; has served as house president for Sandusky Service House; received the President’s Volunteer Service Award and the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award; crowned Miss Roanoke Valley 2016 and will compete for the title of Miss Virginia in June 2016.
Bring your blanket or lawn chair and join the Hollins University Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, and Talmadge Singers with the World Music Ensemble for a lively performance on Front Quad. Ice cream served at 6 pm. (rain location-duPont Chapel). Sponsored in part by the Sallie Gray Shepherd Fund. For more information, call 540-362-6511.
Come say goodbye to film faculty Matt Marshall as he will be giving a final live music performance to a short classic silent film comedy, Buster Keaton's Sherlock Jr. (45 minutes). Marshall is wrapping up his fifth year at Hollins and wishes to thank everyone by doing what he loves one last time.