For the fifth consecutive semester, the Hollins swim team has been named a Scholar All-America team by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America.
Suzy Mink ’74, who was a member of the relay team that carried the Olympic torch to Lake Placid for the 1980 Winter Olympics, was the honored guest at the kick-off to New York’s Empire State Winter Games.
Alexandra Trower ’86 is joining Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, and Kim Kelleher, chief business officer for GQ, Golf Digest, Pitchfork, WIRED, and Ars Technica, in receiving one of the communications industry’s highest honors.
Dancer and choreographer Amara Tabor-Smith M.F.A. ’16 is one of 45 artists and collectives across nine creative disciplines announced as 2018 USA Fellows by United States Artists.
South African photographer and activist Zanele Muholi, winner in 2017 of France’s top cultural honor, will be teaching students, exhibiting her work, and leading a special symposium on the Hollins campus this spring.
Hollins University’s Batten Leadership Institute has announced its Executive Education Certificate in Leadership Program for 2018.
The work of pioneering feminist artist Susan King is the subject of a new exhibition at Hollins University’s Eleanor D. Wilson Museum. “Susan King: Chronicles of a Southern Feminist” is on display January 4 – April 8.
Hollins’ Jackson Center for Creative Writing, which offers both a concentration and a minor in creative writing in addition to a Master of Fine Arts degree in the field, is introducing an undergraduate major in creative writing, beginning in the 2018-19 academic year.
Jasmine Carter ’19 and Alexus Smith ’19 have been named winners of the U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, which will enable them to study abroad this spring.
Hanna Strauss ’19 has embraced the notion of “global citizen” in a way few other college students have experienced.