A student filmmaker is generating impressive online buzz with her unconventional approach to the LGBT movie genre. “Collide” by Hannah Thompson ’20 has been viewed on YouTube more than 510,000 times.
Four rising seniors who plan to pursue careers in STEM fields got the chance this summer to intern at one of the nation’s foremost academic medical centers.
Rachael Walker ’18 has been named the winner of the Fourth Annual Bill Hallberg Award in Creative Writing, presented by East Carolina University. This year’s award was presented for excellence in creative nonfiction.
Hollins is among 24 schools across the commonwealth that will be highlighting the quality and affordability of private higher education during Virginia Private College
Week, July 23 – 28.
Ann Branigar Hopkins ’65, whose landmark legal case paved the way for expanding protections to prevent gender bias, passed away June 23.
Mink, who serves as Hollins University’s vice president for external relations, captured her age group’s gold medal in the Long Distance Triathlon at the International Triathlon Union (ITU)/ Fynske Bank Multisport World Championships, held July 5 – 14 in Denmark.
Fitzpatrick, one of southwest Virginia’s most beloved artists, is renowned for his paintings of landmark buildings, local hangouts, street scenes. and area musicians and personalities.
The new head coach of Hollins Lacrosse was South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year in 2017 after leading Division II Coker College to its best record in program history.
For the sixth consecutive semester, the Hollins swim team has been recognized by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches of America for academic excellence, and for the second semester in a row is the top academic team overall in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.
For the second year in a row, a Hollins alumna has won the scholarship pageant and will compete for the title of Miss America in September.