President Hinton Joins in Dialogue With Michelle Alexander, Bestselling Author Of “The New Jim Crow”
As part of Hollins’ Distinguished Speaker Series, Alexander had a virtual sit-down with Hinton to discuss the 10th-anniversary edition of her book as well as a host of other issues including racial unrest in the U.S. and social activism both on and off-campus. “We’re grateful to have these timely and robust conversations,” said Hinton.
“Prelude to C3: A Virtual Conference” Connects Students With the Green And Gold Network
Mindful of COVID-19 protocols, Hollins alumnae/i this fall are employing a different way of conveying the lifelong power of a liberal arts education to current students by taking the annual Career Connection Conference (C3) online, September 28 – October 3.
President Hinton Joins Women’s College Coalition in Honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg
In a joint statement released by the WCC, Hollins President Mary Dana Hinton and leaders of more than 30 other women’s colleges and universities “mourn the loss of a life lived in service and celebrate an inspiration to us all.”
Through Summer Internships, ELI Students Get Down to Business
Hollins’ Entrepreneurial Learning Institute’s first summer internships offered four students rare opportunities to work with local start-ups and respected entrepreneurs.
Nationally Ranked Hollins Theatre Institute Announces Online Events for 2020-21 Season
The Hollins Theatre Institute (HTI) will be offering fans of the stage the opportunity to attend a number of special virtual productions during the 2020-21 season. This season’s schedule comes as HTI celebrates its recent ranking by The Princeton Review as the eighth-best college theatre program in the country.
Amy Gerber-Stroh’s Latest Film Probes Connectedness and Isolation, Detachment and Engagement, in the Modern World
The associate professor of film explores the ways in which cell technology has impacted society, and imagines the possibilities if cell towers actually developed consciousness, in “Do Cell Towers Dream of Morse Code?”
Hollins Announces New Partnerships with Graduate Programs in Health Sciences, Engineering
To further help qualified students pursue advanced degrees and meaningful careers in high-demand fields, Hollins has finalized admission agreements with Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences at Mary Baldwin University and Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering.
Hollins Track and Field Team Earns Academic Honor
In just their first season of competition, Hollins’ indoor track and field team has been named a 2020 Division III All-Academic Team by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Moving “Carefully Onward,” Hollins Reopens for Fall Term
Continuing through August 29, Hollins is welcoming new and returning students back to campus under the theme “Carefully Onward” as part of the school’s comprehensive plan to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Accessing Our Network: One of Hollins’ Greatest Strengths
Alex Lesniak ’20 shares how the experience she acquired and connections she made as a Hollins undergraduate led shortly after graduation to a rewarding opportunity with the American Institutes for Research.
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