The English major has received a full scholarship from the English-Speaking Union to spend three weeks in Great Britain attending seminars at one of the world's most esteemed universities.
Designed to provide financial assistance to those interested in educating low-income students, the TEACH Grant is available to Hollins students pursuing a Master of Arts in teaching.
Ellen Goldsmith-Vein '84 is the owner and CEO of The Gotham Group, a multi-faceted management and production company, and has countless credits and accomplishments to her name in movies and television. Hollins' 172nd commencement exercises will take place Sunday, May 25.
From left to right: President Nancy Gray, Board of Trustees Chair Tom Barron, and Professor of Music Judith Cline following the presentation of the plaque officially recognizing Hollins as an "All-Steinway School."
Hollins paid tribute to the late Louis D. Rubin, Jr., founder of the university’s graduate program in creative writing and mentor to some of the nation’s best writers, with a memorial service on January 11, 2014.
The Hollins community didn’t let rain dampen its celebration of one of the university’s oldest and most beloved traditions.