Andolyn Medina ’16 to Sing National Anthem at Black History Month Gala
Medina, whose vocal talents have earned her National Anthem performances before President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, the Miss America Pageant, and a Washington Wizards NBA game, is about to add another special event to her impressive resume.
Hollins Goes to Greece!
Led by Professors Tina Salowey and Chris Richter, 20 Hollins students are spending three weeks this month studying Greece firsthand as a cultural crossroads from ancient times to the present.
Wilson Museum’s New Exhibition Showcases 2019 Artist-In-Residence
Diane Edison focuses on portraiture with an emphasis on the autobiographical. Her images are thematically narrative in presentation and psychological in nature.
Hollins’ Director of Scholarships & Financial Assistance Reports Good News for Federal Student Loan Borrowers
Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Education in an effort to combat frustration and confusion released an online help tool to assist borrowers who have questions about their eligibility, whether their employer qualifies for Public Service Loan Forgiveness, and which required forms to submit.
Hollins Senior Builds Upon Her Model Arab League Experience During Week in Qatar
As part of a year-long fellowship with the National Council on U.S. – Arab Relations, Hayley Harrington ’19 traveled with nine other undergraduate students from across the country to the Persian Gulf nation for a study visit.
“Help Wanted – Female”: Hollins Alumna’s New York Times Op-Ed Reflects on Pivotal Point in the Women’s Movement
In 1968, The New York Times stopped categorizing classified ads as “Help Wanted – Male” and “Help Wanted – Female” in favor of simply using “Help Wanted.” Wyndham Robertson ’58 spotlights the 50th anniversary of this little-remembered but nevertheless significant decision, and its impact on women in the workplace.
Hollins Theatre’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Brings Immersive Experience to Shakespeare’s Crowd-Pleaser, Nov. 28 – Dec. 1
A 60-minute express version of the play that has been charming audiences for more than 420 years will be staged in multiple locations throughout the Hollins campus, November 28 – December 1.
Pultizer Prize-winner Kantor Discusses Using Journalism’s Power for the ‘Public Good’
Investigative reporter and bestselling author Jodi Kantor, who has played an essential role in revealing hidden truths about power, gender, technology, politics, and culture, spoke at Hollins on November 14.
VTCSOM’s “The Influence of Women” Exhibition Showcases Hollins Artists
Students in Associate Professor of Art Jennifer Printz’s Intaglio Printmaking class have contributed their creativity to the show, which is on display at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine through March 1, 2019.
Hollins Students Recognized for Prominent Leadership Roles at Model Arab League
Hollins welcomed to campus 12 delegations and nearly 100 students as host of the flagship leadership program of the National Council on U.S. – Arab Relations.
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