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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
Scholars from the University of New Brunswick and Vanderbilt University will speak at this year’s event, held annually to encourage dialogue about the ancient world.
Kantor, who helped expose Harvey Weinstein’s decades of sexual abuse allegations and ignite the #metoo movement, will speak at the Hollins Theatre on Wednesday, November 14, at 7:30 p.m.
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Presented annually, the Margaret Wise Brown Prize recognizes the author of the best text for a picture book published during the previous year. The award is a tribute to one of Hollins’ best-known alumnae and one of America’s most beloved children’s authors.