“Fresh Air,” one of public radio’s most popular programs, welcomed journalist and bestselling author Beth Macy M.A. ’93 as the show’s featured guest on October 18.
Hollins is co-hosting the 72nd annual meeting of the Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC), October 19 – 22. In conjunction, the Richard Wetherill Visual Arts Center is featuring an exhibition of drawings by recent Hollins alumnae.
Mezzo soprano Helena Brown graduated from Hollins in 2012 with a degree in music. Now, she’s returning to the area to perform in Opera Roanoke’s production of “South Pacific.”
“Truevine,” the upcoming book by New York Times bestselling author Beth Macy M.A. ’93, is one of six books that have been selected in the Nonfiction category for the Kirkus Prize shortlist.
Acclaimed author Lee Smith ’67 pays tribute to Louis D. Rubin, Jr., founder of Hollins’ creative writing program, in an essay published in The American Scholar.
Stella Thayer ’62, president and treasurer of the Tampa Bay Downs thoroughbred racing facility, has been named one of the most influential women in Tampa Bay sports.
Traci DeShazor, who completed her M.A.L.S. degree in justice and legal studies at Hollins in 2010, has been named deputy secretary of the commonwealth by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
In the May 2016 issue of Vanity Fair magazine, author Lisa Birnbach profiles nine women’s colleges, including Hollins University. She strongly makes the case that women’s colleges remain relevant.
Mary Beth Hatten ’71 is returning to Hollins and the Roanoke area to share her expertise in neuroscience at a series of special events.
Mary Beth Hatten ’71, a professor at The Rockefeller University, has received the prestigious Max Cowan Award in recognition of her outstanding work in developmental neuroscience.