In celebration of Hollins’ 175th anniversary, the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum is featuring “Views of Tinker Mountain by Ron Boehmer” in the Ballator-Thompson Gallery, January 12 through April 30.
Julia Voorhees Emmons ’63 is among the five newest members of the Atlanta Sports Hall of Fame.
Hollins students led by Associate Professor of Art Jennifer Anderson have constructed the first in a series of planned public art projects in downtown Roanoke.
Pareena Lawrence, provost and chief academic officer of Augustana College, will become Hollins University’s 12th president in July 2017.
In what has become an annual tradition, the Hollins soccer team led an afternoon of learning and fun with students at the Roanoke Academy for Math and Science.
Books by Associate Professor of English Elizabeth Poliner, Beth Macy M.A. ’93, and Lee Smith ’67 are among Amazon’s Top 100 Editors’ Picks for 2016.
Hollins has received the largest single gift assurance in the university’s 175-year history: Elizabeth Hall McDonnell ’62 and her husband, James S. McDonnell III, have arranged a commitment through the JSM Charitable Trust of $20 million.
A team of Hollins University students was named Distinguished Delegation at the Appalachia Regional Model Arab League, held November 4 – 6 on the Hollins campus.
Hollins riders captured multiple honors at the 28th Annual Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association (SWVHJA) Horse Show at Lexington’s Virginia Horse Center.
Through the U.S. – Middle East Partnership Initiative, communication studies professors Jill Weber and Vladimir Bratic worked with student leaders seeking to bring positive change to the Middle East and North Africa.